Curriculum Vitae

Education

Human Resources Management Certificate, University of Calgary Continuing Education. (ongoing).
Courses Completed: Human Resource Management (BMC 165), Human Behaviour in Organizations (BMC 172), Recruitment and Selection (BMC 178), Business Management (BMC 205), Conflict Resolution (BMC 212), & Management Communications (BMC206)

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), Project Management Institute (PMI). 2013.

Master of Arts in Anthropology and Humanities Computing, University of Alberta. 2010.
Thesis: Fair Game: An Anthropological Study of the Negotiation of Fairness in World of Warcraft

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and Classics (with Distinction), University of Alberta. 2007.

Training and Workshops

Adobe InDesign, Level 2. Oct 2012. Technology Training Centre, UofA

Adobe Photoshop, Level 1. June 2012. Technology Training Centre, UofA

Adobe Illustrator, Level 2. May 2012. Technology Training Centre, UofA.

Understanding Financial Planning, Budgeting, and Management. April 2012. Business Programs, Faculty of Extension, UofA.

Survey Design, July 2011. Applied Solutions Consulting.

Grant Writing and Program Development, May 2011. Applied Solutions Consulting.

Social Marketing, Jan 2011. Health Research Transfer Network of Alberta.

Skills Building for Tomorrow's Leaders, October 2010. Alberta Community and Co-operative Association, Spruce Grove, Alberta.

Project Management: Principles and Practices, Level 2, July 2010. Technology Training Centre, UofA.

Grants

Alberta Human Services, Aboriginal Development Branch

Metis Settlement Youth Facilitator Training program

Alberta Centre for Child, Family, & Community Research

Metis Settlements Life Skills Journey: Pilot Implementation at Buffalo Lake Metis Settlements

Alberta Health Services, Safe Communities

Metis Settlements Life Skills Journey: 3-year Implementation and Evaluation at Multiple Metis Settlements

Publications and Conferences

Refereed Journal Articles

Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A., & Hammer, B. (In-press). Debriefs as Process Evaluation for CommunityWell-Being: CBPR with Métis Settlements in Alberta, Canada. In C. Wong and R. Philips (Eds.), Handbook of Community Well-Being.

Fletcher, F., Salenieks, T., & Hibbert, A. (In-press). Integrating Life Skills Content into a Play-Based Summer Day Camp: Making Play-Based Learning Work. Conference Proceedings from the 10th Global Conference, Creative Engagements: Thinking with children, Lisbon, Portugal, March 22-24, 2015.

Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A., & Hammer, B. (2014). Beyond Collaboration: Principles and Indicators of Authentic Relationship Development in CBPR. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Fletcher, F., Hammer, B., & Hibbert, A. (2014). “We Know We Are Doing Something Good, But What Is It?”: The Challenge of Negotiating Between Service Delivery and Research in a CBPR Project. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 7(2).

Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A., Robertson, F., and J. Asselin. (2013). Needs and Readiness Assessments: Tools for Promoting Community-University Engagement with Aboriginal Communities. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement, vol. 6, p. 131-149.

Fletcher, F., Baydala, L., Hibbert, A., and F. Robertson. (May 2, 2013). Interactive Focus Group Tools. CES4Health.info. Retrieved from http://ces4health.info/find-products/view-product.aspx?code=W64JY7FS.

Presentations

Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A. & Hammer, B. (2015, April). Cooperative Debriefs: Boundless Qualitative Methods for CBPR Process Evaluation. 14th Annual Qualitative Methods Conference: Better Bounded or Boundless?, Melbourne, Australia.

Fletcher, F., Salenieks, T. & Hibbert, A. (2015, March). Integrating Life Skills Content into a Play-Based Summer Day Camp: Making Play-Based Learning Work. Creative Engagements: Thinking with Children 10, Lisbon, Portugal.

Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A. & Fisher, K. (2015, March). Métis Life Skills Journey Program: Contributing to Individual and Community Resilience. 6th International Meeting on Indigenous Child Health: Resilience: Our ancestor’s legacy, our children’s strength, Ottawa, ON.

Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A., Ladouceur, S., Hammer, B. & Fisher, K. (2014, November). Evidence and Impact of Community Engagement. Honouring Our Knowledge Gifts: An Aboriginal Research Forum, Edmonton, AB.

Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A., Ladouceur, S., Hammer, B. & Fisher, K. (2014, October). Are we making a difference?: A layered approach to measuring impacts and outcomes of community based research. The 15th Annual Engaging Scholarship Consortium Conference: Engaging for Change: Changing for Engagement, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A., Ladouceur, S., Hammer, B. & Fisher, K. (2014, November). Evidence and Impact of Community Engagement. Honouring Our Knowledge Gifts: An Aboriginal Research Forum, Edmonton, AB.

Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A., Robertson, F., & Fisher, K. (2014, February). Process Evaluation Through Stories of Change: Evaluating a Life Skills Program for Metis Children and Youth. Evaluation & Qualitative Research Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Fletcher, F., Barlott, T., Hibbert, A., Robertson, F., Gow, G., Belhumeur, M., and S. Ladouceur. "Social Media and Text Messaging: Knowledge Sharing in Partnership with Metis Settlements." Research Transfer Network of Alberta (RTNA) 2013 Conference, Banff, October 2013.

Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A., Robertson, F., Ladouceur, S., and M. Belhumeur. "Transforming Academic Practice: Engaged Partnership with a Metis Settlement in Alberta, Canada." Engagement Scholarship Consortium 2013 Annual Conference, Lubbock, Texas, October 2013.

Fletcher, F., Robertson, F., Hibbert, A., Belhumeur, M., Ladouceur, S. "Stories of Change: Training Youth Facilitators to Deliver a Life Skills Program for Children." Engagement Scholarship Consortium 2013 Annual Conference, Lubbock, Texas, October 2013.

Fletcher, F., Hibbert, A., and F. Robertson. “Engaged Partnership Transforms Academic Practice: Authentic Engagement with a Metis Settlement in Alberta, Canada.” 6th International Barcelona Conference on Higher Education, Barcelona, Spain, May 2013.

Hibbert, A. "Virtual/Online/Digital Ethnographic Methods”." Guest Lecture for the Course: ANTH 407 - Principles of Fieldwork, Anthropology - Community, Culture and Global Studies Unit, UBC Okanagan, Kelowna BC, October 30, 2012.

Fletcher, F., Baydala, L., Hibbert, A., Robertson, F., Ladouceur, S., and M. Belhumeur. "On Local Ground: Developing the Life Skills Journey for Children." National Outreach Scholarship Conference, University of Alabama, October 2012.

Robertson, F. and A. Hibbert. "Discovering by Doing: How Applied Anthropology Unexpectedly Found Us." Pecha Kucha Presentation at the CASCA/AES 2012 Conference. University of Alberta, Edmonton, May 2012.

Hibbert, A., F. Fletcher, L. Baydala, and F. Robertson. "Interactive Tools: Engagement Strategies for Focus Groups in Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR)." Community-University Engagement Showcase IV: Celebrating 100 Years of Engaged Research. University of Alberta, Edmonton, May 2012. (poster).

Hibbert, A., F. Fletcher, L. Baydala, and F. Robertson. "Visual Strategies: Activity-Based Focus Groups in CBPR." National Outreach Scholarship Conference, Michigan State University, October 2011. (poster)

Organisciak, P., K. Reed, and A. Hibbert. "Short Cuts and Dead Ends: Online User Generated Content." Canadian Association for Information Science Conference, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, 28 May – 4 June 2010.

Varnam, C., P. Organisciak, K. Reed, A. Hibbert, and D. Keto. "Invasion of the And-Ors: Applying Active Learning Principles in the Development of a Flash-based Boolean Search Tutorial and Game." Canadian Association for Information Science/L’Association canadienne des sciences de l’information (CAIS/ACSI) 37th Annual Conference. Carleton University, Ottawa, May 2009.

Hibbert, A. "Virtually Fair: Money-making and money-trading in World of Warcaft." CASCAAES 2009 Conference. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, May 2009.

Hibbert, A. "Playing Fair: Choice, Exchange, and the Management of Resources in World of Warcraft." Richard Frucht Memorial Lecture Series and Student Conference. University of Alberta, Edmonton, March 2009.

Organisciak, P., K. Reed, A. Hibbert, C. Varnam, and D. Keto. "Saving the World from the And-Ors: The Development of a Flash-based Boolean Search Tutorial and Game." Research on Display: Faculty of Education Graduate Student Poster Fair, University of Alberta. March 2009.

Hibbert, A. "Gender, Power, and Ethics: Adapting Ethnography to a Virtual World." Richard Frucht Memorial Lecture Series and Student Conference. University of Alberta, Edmonton, March 2009. (poster).

Varnam, C., P. Organisciak, K. Reed, A. Hibbert, and D. Keto. "“Invasion of the And-Ors: Active Learning for Boolean Searching." Faculty of Education Graduate Student Poster Fair. University of Alberta, Edmonton, March 2009. (poster).

Hibbert, A. and K. Reed. "Streetlines: Connecting Homeless and At-Risk People with Community Resources." Beyond Analogue: Current Graduate Research in Humanities Computing, University of Alberta, Edmonton, February 2009.

Organisciak, P., K. Reed, A. Hibbert, C. Varnam, and D. Keto. "Invasion of the And-Ors: The Development of a Flash-based Boolean Search Tutorial and Game." Beyond Analogue: Current Graduate Research in Humanities Computing, University of Alberta, February 2009.

Hibbert, A. "Less QQ, More Pew Pew: Communication in World of Warcraft”." Guest Lecture for the Course: ANTHR 208-Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, November 2008.

Hibbert, A, B. Shank, A. Flatt, and S. Richter. "Assessing the Information Needs of the Homeless in Edmonton: A Mixed Methods Analysis”." Presentation to University of Alberta Community-Service Learning program staff, University of Alberta , Edmonton, April 2008.

Hibbert, A. "The Anthropology of Cyberculture: World of Warcraft”." Guest Lecture for the Course: ANTHR 230–, Anthropology of Science, Technology, and the Environment, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 2008.

Hibbert, A. "“Consumption Patterns of Hudson's Bay Company Servants, English River District 1810-1860”." CURA (Community-University Research Alliance) Otipimsuak Researcher Meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 2007.

Media

Fletcher, F. (Producer), Hibbert, A. (Executive Producer), Ladouceur. S. (Co-Producer), Salenieks, T. (Co-Producer), MacRae, M. (Co-Producer), & Johnson, E. (Associate Producer). (2015, Nov. 20). Life Skills Journey Promo Video [Video file]. Retrieved from https://vimeo.com/146449471

Fletcher, F. (Producer), Hibbert, A. (Executive Producer), Ladouceur. S. (Co-Producer), Salenieks, T. (Co-Producer), Cardinal, A. (Associate Producer), Jutras, A. E. (Associate Producer), . . . Skoye, M. (Associate Producer). (In-press). Life Skills Journey Metis Identities [Video file].

Fletcher, F. (Producer), Hibbert, A. (Executive Producer), Ladouceur. S. (Co-Producer), Salenieks, T. (Co-Producer), Ladouceur, L. (Associate Producer), Parent, D. (Associate Producer), . . . Skoye, M. (Associate Producer). (In-press). Life Skills Journey Spirituality [Video file].

A Day in the Life: Career Snapshots, Volume 1. (Film). Produced for Metis Settlements Youth Workshop. Produced by Christopher White. Executive Produced by Alicia Hibbert and Fiona Robertson. March 2012. Youth across all eight Metis Settlements in Alberta were asked about which careers they were interested in pursuing. This video contains 2-minute interviews with individuals in those career fields.

Reports & Infographics

Hibbert, A. & Fisher, K. (2013). Life Skills Journey Program Impact Report 2013 Buffalo Lake Metis Settlement. Retrieved from http://metislifeskills.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/BLMS_Y1_Infographic.jpg.

Hibbert, A. "“Purchase and Provision: Consumption Patterns of Hudson's Bay Company Servants in Ile a la Crosse, 1810-–1860."” Research report. Metis Archival Project. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.

Selected Awards

2009 Richard Frucht 1st Place Poster Prize (Department of Anthropology, U of A)

2009 Graduate Student Scholarship - Alberta Heritage Scholarship (Province of Alberta)

2008 Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship – Master's (Province of Alberta)

2008 TAQA NORTH Scholarship (TAQA NORTH Ltd.)

2006 Jason Lang Scholarship (Province of Alberta)

2005 Jason Lang Scholarship (Province of Alberta)

2003 University of Alberta Academic Excellence Scholarship (University of Alberta)

2003 Faculty of Science Academic Excellence Scholarship (University of Alberta)

Experience

Research Project Lead, Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta

Buffalo Lake Metis Settlement Life Skills Program (Supervisor: Dr. Fay Fletcher)
March 2010-Present

Managing up to 5 grant applications at one time; Entering Canadian Common CV data for up to 3 investigators/grant; Preparing manuscripts for publication; Preparing international presentations; Leading program evaluation and needs assessments; Community engagement; Supervising 20 seasonal staff; Managing a budget of <$1.8m.

Research Assistant, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta

Mapping Guaraniland (Supervisor: Dr. Kathleen Lowrey)
June 2009-Dec 2009

Research Assistant, Department of Humanities Computing, University of Alberta

Digitizing Humanities Computing History (Supervisor: Dr. Geoffrey Rockwell)
May 2009-September 2009

Research Assistant, Department of Humanities Computing, University of Alberta

PhD Program Proposal (Supervisor: Dr. Stan Ruecker)
September 2008-April 2009

Data Entry Clerk, Department of History, University of Victoria

CCRI Census Project (Supervisor: Dr. Peter Baskerville)
April 2008-September 2008

Seminar Leader, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta

ANTHR 207: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (Supervisor: Dr. Jan Olson)
September 2007–April 2008

Research Assistant, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta

(Supervisor: Dr. Kathleen Lowrey)
September–December 2007

Intern, CURA (Community-University Resarch Alliance) Otipimsuak, Metis Archival Project, University of Alberta

Consumption Patterns of HBC Servants 1810-1860 (Supervisor: Dr. Frank Tough)
May–September 2007

Volunteer & Memberships

Member, Metis Nation of Alberta

Board Member, Community Services Advisory Board, City of Edmonton (January 2013-December 2014).

Chair

Richard Frucht Memoral Lecture Series and Student Conference Organizing Committee, University of Alberta (2008–-2009)

Committee Member

Humanities Computing Graduate Student Conference Organizing Committee, University of Alberta (2008-2009)

Webmaster

Association of Anthropology Graduate Students, University of Alberta (2007–-2009)

Undergraduate Representative

Museums Policy and Planning Committee, University of Alberta (2005–-2007)

Committee Member

Academic Affairs Committee, Faculty of Arts, University of Alberta (2005–-2006)

Field Research

Focus Group Design, Community Program Development, Implementation, and Transcription Analysis

Community based participatory research with Metis youth, adults and seniors

Survey Design and Implementation

Ethical and appropriate survey design for Aboriginal children, youth, and adults

Interviewing and Participant Observation

Virtual world audio and video recording

GIS/Field Survey/Cataloguing

Kastro Kallithea Archaeological Field School (2006)