Bio (Bryce Casavant)
Doctor of Social Sciences
Bryce Casavant has over 10 years of experience in the security, military and law enforcement sectors. Bryce’s work has been both at the national and international levels. His international experience includes time spent as an Operational Mentor in Afghanistan with the International Security Assistance Force, training local police and military units. In addition, Bryce holds a technical diploma in aircraft mechanics, a provincial security consulting license, a certificate in special operations management and various team building and instructor ratings. He is a graduate of Royal Roads University’s Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies program and completed his degree with a concentrated focus in human security and further studies in environmental law and sustainability. Bryce is a former B.C. conservation officer and special provincial constable, and is now employed with the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations as a senior compliance and enforcement specialist. Bryce is an avid diver, an amateur historian and is actively involved in the arts. He speaks annually at the Vancouver Aquarium on various marine history and conservation issues pertaining to B.C. marine ecosystems. Bryce is a dedicated conservationist who believes that modern environmental concerns affect society as a whole and are therefore inherently “social” issues. He has joined the Royal Roads Doctor of Social Sciences program with support from the Province of B.C. and is intending to research human elements of wildlife conflict within the urban interface. Bryce lives on Vancouver Island, B.C.