For as long as I can remember I wanted to be a teacher, so I completed my Master of Education. It wasn’t until later, when I found myself a faculty member in a BA/MA of Education program, that I met Design Thinking and Facilitation – and my world turned upside down.
The power of empathy – of stepping into someone else’s shoes and seeing through their eyes – paired with the magic of masterful facilitation and structured innovation would be my life’s work.
I ran my own business as a facilitator until I was presented with the opportunity to continue doing what I love with a team, and increase my impact by joining the Acadia Entrepreneurship Centre.
I have learned so much from my teachers, elders, colleagues, and clients. In addition, I had the good fortune to attend formal trainings in the Art of Hosting, Design Thinking, Dynamic Governance, and more.