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Our Team

The people who manage the MCM Food Panel and its surveys, collect and correlate data, write and disseminate research findings consists of a small team of academic researchers and staff from the University of Manitoba, in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, Max Rady College of Medicine, Department of Community Health Sciences. They are supported with a contingent of committed research staff, communications and project coordinators.

The following people are committed to enabling government, food processors, innovators, distributors and related stakeholders use the information gathered from MCM Panel surveys and its subsequent research towards enhancing the health and quality of life of all Manitobans.

Dr. Jared Carlberg
Principal Investigator

Dr. Jared Carlberg, B.A. (Honours) in Economics (1997), B.Commerce in Finance (1997), M.Sc. in Agricultural Economics (1999) Saskatchewan and Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics (2002) Oklahoma State is Associate Professor of Agribusiness & Agricultural Economics and Associate Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences. His research focuses on consumer preferences, the economics of nutrition and disease prevention, and agricultural marketing, and has been published in a variety of peer-reviewed outlets including Nutrition Reviews, Frontiers in Pharmacology, Nutrients, Journal of Food Distribution Research, Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness: An International Journal, Food & Nutrition Research, and others. He teaches econometrics and price analysis and supervises M.Sc. and Ph.D. students carrying out graduate research in the Department of Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics and Department of Food and Human Nutritional Sciences.

Dr. Tammi Feltham
Principal Investigator

Tammi S. Feltham, B.S. (1983) Business Administration; M.B.A. (1984) University of Montana; Ph.D. (1990) Marketing, Queen’s University has taught consumer analysis, introductory management, and marketing at the undergraduate and graduate levels at Wilfrid Laurier University, University of Saskatchewan and the University of Manitoba. Her research has appeared in the Journal of Consumer Psychology, Journal of Consumer Marketing, Advances in Consumer Research, Journal of Small Business Management, isuma: Canadian Journal of Policy Research, Marketing Management Journal and with the Filene Research Institute. She is a principal and co-founder of the Manitoba Consumer Monitor Food Panel. Her consulting projects (www.felthamresearchservices.com) center on survey design and analysis. Former clients include national firms, post-secondary institutions, provincial government, small businesses and not-for-profits.

Jocelyne Gaudet, PHEc
Project Manager

Prior to working at the University of Manitoba, Jocelyne left Bellevue, Saskatchewan in 2004 Winnipeg to pursue University studies.

She graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Human Nutritional Sciences in 2009. She’s a passionate Professional Home Economist who endeavors to continue to contribute greatly to her profession and industry. Jocelyne’s volunteer work on the MAHE Board comprises of a variety roles such as Vice President, Director of Membership Recruitment, Admissions Chair, Interim IPHE Chair, and guiding new members as a MAHE Mentor.

As Project Coordinator since Sept 2010 at the University of Manitoba’s Manitoba Consumer Monitor Food Panel (MCMFP), Jocelyne thrives on managing the multiple layers of a research study and being consistently organized, professional, and friendly.

Jocelyne spends her leisure time watching the German soccer league (Bundesliga) at the Winnipeg German Society Club.

  • Rady Faculty of Health Sciences
  • Max Rady College of Medicine
  • Department of Community Health Sciences
  • Project of Manitoba Consumer Monitor Food Panel

To create, preserve and communicate knowledge with respect to the health of populations and thereby contribute to the physical, psychological, cultural, social and economic well-being of the people of Manitoba, Canada and the world.”