Cody received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science & Philosophy at the University of Prince Edward Island in 2012 with first-class standing. Upon graduating Cody worked as a policy analyst for the Mayor and city council of Charlottetown. He left that position to complete his Master’s degree in Political Science (International Relations) at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.
Cody is no stranger to advocating on behalf of those who lack a voice and are underrepresented. Cody has managed, researched, analyzed, and advocated policy on behalf of youth, elderly and low-income families who need access to affordable housing. Additionally, Cody has held an active role and voice in advocating youth participation in the political process. It is these experiences, skills, and passion that Cody brings the Native Council of Prince Edward Island, and will help bring a positive voice to the membership and Aboriginal community.
Cody lives in Charlottetown, with his orange cat Reese. During his free time, he is often found at a café socializing or enjoying the Island experience of beaches, golfing, sailing and hiking.