Mia is an articling student under the supervision of Roberta J. Stewart. In June 2016, Mia graduated with a Juris Doctor with Distinction from the University of Alberta. While studying law at the UofA, Mia wrote for the Centre for Constitutional Studies and interned at the Alberta Human Rights Commission. She holds a PhD in History from the University of Victoria, and a Master of Arts and a Bachelor of Arts, both in History, from the University of Northern British Columbia. Mia was a founding student at UNBC.
Mia turned to the law after a career as a College Professor at Northwest Community College in Terrace. She has also taught at the University of Victoria and the College of New Caledonia. She was very involved in her faculty association and federation, serving as President of the Academic Workers’ Union and Member-at-Large of the Federation of Post-Secondary Educators of BC.
Mia is happy to be back in Prince George where she was born and raised. She is enjoying re-discovering the city and region with her husband and their canine companion. They enjoy walking, hiking and bicycle riding. Mia also enjoys reading mysteries, watching documentaries and antiquing and thrifting in her spare time.