Renée Clark joined Grey, Clark, Shih, and Associates (GCS) in 2009 as a Consultant. Renée holds a Bachelor of Arts (magna cum laude) from Carleton University as well as a Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution from the Law Department of Carleton University.
Ms. Clark is responsible for research and assisting the CEO, conducting research and supporting the development of studies and papers for domestic and foreign interest groups on variety of issues including Anti-Dumping, CVD, Bicycles, Aluminium Extrusions, Copper Pipe Fittings and Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG).
She is responsible for media and electronic research including all French language research and analysis. She attends parliamentary hearings and monitors the legislative activities and process in the House of Commons and Senate and in Committees in both Houses for a number of trade associations and foreign governments.
Major research projects have involved:
– Canadian aircraft subsidies;
– U.S. agricultural subsidies;
– E.U. agricultural subsidies.
Before joining GCS, Ms. Clark coached candidates for the Graduate Certificate in Conflict Resolution (GCCR) in mediation skill development at Carleton University.
Renée was also a Residential Relief Counselor and Researcher with the Elizabeth Fry Society in Ottawa. She reported on program activities in the quarterly newsletter and was also responsible for various other communications related activities.
While at Elizabeth Fry, Renee was Coordinator of the Prison Visitors Program and a Court Outreach Worker. In 1997 she received a Community Service Award from Correctional Services Canada for work as a volunteer at the Ottawa Carleton Regional Detention Center.
Ms. Clark also conducted research for the Elizabeth Fry Society of Ottawa on the effects of the 1995 legal aid cut backs. Her Involvement was supported by a grant from the Labatt’s People in Action Program.
Renée is bilingual (English and French).