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Zoe Keirstead is a Senior Consultant in Navigator’s Calgary office with extensive experience working across all levels of government. With her vast knowledge of government and media relations, issues management and public affairs campaigns, Zoe supports a variety of clients across multiple industries. While working in Alberta and British Columbia, Zoe developed significant expertise and knowledge of the oil and gas sector, allowing her to provide clients with unique insights and support.
Prior to joining Navigator, Zoe served as an adviser for British Columbia’s Finance Minister and Government House Leader. In this role she worked closely in the creation of the provincial budget communications plan and rollout, analyzed Treasury Board documents and strategized communications following the 2017 election that resulted in a minority government.
Before to moving to British Columbia, Zoe worked for the federal government in Ottawa as a Policy Adviser to the Minister of Status of Women and Labour. She has worked on numerous campaigns from coast to coast, including provincial leadership campaigns in Alberta and British Columbia and riding the premier’s media bus during the 2017 B.C. election.
Zoe holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree with distinction from Queen’s University. During her studies, Zoe was accepted into an international exchange program at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, where she studied public relations and communications. Zoe is passionate about getting more women involved in politics and serves as the Past Chair for the Equal Voice Calgary Chapter, a multi-partisan group working to get more women involved at all levels of government.