Kicking off pre-budget consultations
UNB, STU still finalizing sexual assault policies
CBC New Brunswick, September 18, 2015Television
Katie chats with CBC about a pending sexual violence policy at UNB.
Bettering the gender balance: Four women on 21st century politics
CTV Atlantic, March 31, 2017Television
Katie, along with former and current women identifying politicians discuss challenges for women in politics.
President of the UNB Student Union says sexual assaults are largely under-reported on campuses
CBC News, February 17, 2016Television
Host Julia Wright is joined by political analysts JP Lewis and Katie Davey for a look at the key issues that could sway voters over the next couple of weeks.
CBC New Brunswick, August 19, 2020Radio/Podcast
"Policy analyst Katie Davey explains the challenges facing physically distant campaigns, which must operate in digital spaces now more than ever with COVID-19 in play this election."
580 CFRA Radio, August 12, 2019Radio/Podcast
Politics Panel features Phaedra de Saint-Rome, founder of So What Media and Katie Davey, CEO of Femme Wonk. Anna speaks with Tu Vuong, founder of Lead Your Way, a camp that is starting for new immigrant children.
CBC New Brunswick, September 28, 2019Radio/Podcast
The CBC New Brunswick Political Panel is launching a special summer series of podcasts that focuses on political issues but without politicians. This podcast digs into the state of the province from the perspective of three citizens, Katie Davey, Travis Daley and Symone Jennings.
Opinion: Rebuild our social safety nets, not just our economy
The case for finally adopting a basic income
N.B. could be model for election campaigns in the midst of COVID-19
CBC New Brunswick, August 19, 2020Online
As campaign closes, social policy groups prepare for post-election advocacy
National Post, October 20, 2019Online
Record 98 women elected to Parliament, including 2 in N.B., a cause to 'celebrate'
CBC New Brunswick, October 23, 2019Online
New Brunswick universities report 12 sexual violence cases
CBC News, February 17, 2016Online
More Than a Place of Refuge: Meaningful engagement of Government-assisted refugees in the future of work
Published by Action Canada/ Public Policy Forum
March 13, 2020
Feeling like the conversation around inclusive and diverse decision making was lacking on the East Coast in Canada, Katie Davey created Femme Wonk – a policy, politics, and current affairs using an inclusion lens. Through Femme Wonk, she also speaks, consults, and hosts a book club. Once called ‘the feminist money girl,’ Davey advocates for the integration of economic and social policy.
She is currently leading policy projects at the Public Policy Forum. She has served as Director of Policy and Stakeholder Relation at the Office of the Official Opposition in New Brunswick, Senior Advisor for Policy and Stakeholder Engagement in the New Brunswick Premier’s Office, and President of the University of New Brunswick Student Union.
Davey is a member of the Youth Working Group on Gender Equality for the Government of Canada, and a 2019/20 Action Canada Fellow. She holds a Degree in Political Science from the University of New Brunswick and a Master of Applied Politics from Wilfrid Laurier University.