Curriculum Vitae

JOSEPH B. IMRE
Hon. B.A., PGCert., MA, Diploma

Education

2009 – The London School of Economics, Graduate Diploma, Political Science
2007 – University of Bristol, MA, Medieval and Early Modern History
2006 – University of Oxford, Postgraduate Certificate, History and Political Science
2005 – University of Toronto, Hon. B.A., Specialist in History and Political Science

Professional Experience

2012-Present - Senior Project Analyst (Policy Advisor), Cancer Care Ontario
2011-2012
 - Policy Analyst, Public Health Agency of Canada, Ottawa
2011-2012 – Researcher (P/T), Department of History, University of Toronto
2008-2010 - Program Mgmt. and Coordination Officer, National Research Council

2008 – Paralegal Assistant, Department of Justice Canada, Ottawa
2008 – Assistant/Project Coordinator, Correctional Services of Canada
2006 – Data Analyst, Parks Canada Agency, Ecological Integrity Branch
2005 – Financial Analyst, Dept. of Public Works and Government Services Canada
2002-2005 – President/Founder, Hungarian Students’ Association of Toronto
2003-2004 – Research Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2003-2004 – Research Assistant, University of Toronto
2000-2004 – Vice-President, Albert Apponyi Association of Canada, Ottawa
2002 – Environmental Affairs Clerk, Department of Transport Canada
2000 – Junior Communications Assistant, Library and Archives Canada

Volunteer Work

2013 – Mentor, University of Toronto Alumni Assoc., Backpack to Briefcase Program
2011 –
Volunteer, 41st Canadian General Election (Ottawa-West Nepean)
2010 – Volunteer, Ottawa Municipal Election (River Ward)
2008 –
Volunteer, 40th Canadian General Election (Ottawa-West Nepean)

2007 – Volunteer, 39th Ontario General Election (Ottawa-West Nepean)
2007 –
Volunteer, Calvin Hungarian Presbyterian Church, Ottawa
2006 –
Volunteer, 39th Canadian General Election (Ottawa-West Nepean)

2006 – Volunteer, Ottawa Municipal Election (River Ward)
2006 – Volunteer, Canada-Hungary Educational Foundation, Ottawa
2004 –
Scrutineer, 38th Canadian General Election (Ottawa-West Nepean)

2003-2004 – Chairman, New College Student Council (NCSC)
2003-2004 – Social Coordinator, New College Residence Council, Toronto
2003 – Volunteer, Ontario General Election (Trinity-Spadina), Toronto
2002-2003 – Chair, Programming Committee, Union of Political Science Students
2001 – Canvasser, The Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Ottawa
2000 – Scrutineer, 37th Canadian General Election (Ottawa Centre)
2000 – Campaign Assistant, Ottawa Municipal Election (Ottawa Centre)
1994-1999 - Teacher/Instructor, Dominion-Chalmers United Church, Ottawa
1997-1998 – Activity Instructor, Broadview Avenue Public School, Ottawa

Certification

2014 – Certificate in Learning Essential Approaches to Palliative Care, Pallium Canada
2013 -
Certificate, Cancer Care Ontario, Data Quality (Advanced)
2012 –
Certificate, Cancer Care Ontario, Data Quality (Intermediate)
2012 –
Certificate, Cancer Care Ontario, Data Quality (Beginner)
2012
- Certificate, Saint Elizabeth First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Program, ATP

2012 - 
Certificate, Saint Elizabeth FNIM Program, Breast Cancer
2012 -
 Certificate, Saint Elizabeth FNIM Program, Cancer Care
2010 –
La Cité Collégiale, French for Government Employees, Intermediate

2010 – Nexient Learning, Certificate, Microsoft Office 2007
2008 – Certificate, “How Government Works: The Mechanics of Government”
2008 – Certificate, “Bridging the Gap Between Generations”
2008 – CDI Education, Certificate, Excel 2000-2003 Level III Data List Management
2005 – Nexient Learning, Certificate, Excel 2000-2003 Level II
2005 – CDI Education, Certificate, Microsoft Access 2002 Level II

Awards

2007 – Order of the Knights Cross, Republic of Hungary
2007 – Merit Distinction, University of Bristol
2005 – Honours Recipient, University of Toronto
2001-2005 – University of Toronto Scholarship
2001 – Ontario Honours Society
2001 – Ontario Scholar
2000 – Ontario Provincial Debating Award
1998 – Ottawa Regional Chess Champion

Memberships

American Historical Association
The Renaissance Society of America

Canadian Historical Association
Program Management Institute (PMI)
Friends of the City of Ottawa Archives
Nemzeti Regiszter (National Registry) of Hungary
Oxford and Cambridge Society of Toronto
National Alliance of Hungarians in Canada
National Capital Sommelier Guild
1956 Hungarian Freedom Fighters Association
Society of Ontario Nut Growers (SONG)
The Folio Society 

Committees

2012-Present – Standing Committee for Media Relations, National Alliance of Hungarians in Canada (KMOSz)

Listed

Directory of History Departments, Historical Organizations, and Historians
39th Edition (2013-2014), American Historical Association

Directory of History Departments, Historical Organizations, and Historians
38th Edition (2012-2013), American Historical Association

Languages

English (fluent)
French (intermediate – BBB)
Hungarian (intermediate)
Latin (reading)
Italian (reading)
German (reading)