Areas of Expertise

Learning should be accessible to all.

As a person with access to universities and colleges across the globe, it is often easy to take for granted the deep learning and for growth that can exist within our social and cultural spaces.

My journey as a facilitator began in 2012, where I was provided with the resources to lead seminars and activities for the Tri Delta new member education program. Over the course of two academic terms, I developed the necessary skills to confidently lead 20 young women through a transitional phase of their collegiate years. Truth be told, even today I find myself in a period of transition as I learn more and share many of the lessons I’ve learned with the people around me.

In early 2013, I was developing small, interactive activities for my colleagues within my academic faculty association at the University of Ottawa. These activities were crucial for the team to improve our communication styles, generate constructive feedback, and understand key challenges in volunteer recruitment, retention, and recognition. Soon after I had challenged myself in the development of the Convention programming for the University of Ottawa Greek Council. This was my first opportunity to manage a full-day educational program, coupled with leading a group of young facilitators in creating content and exchanging knowledge.

Since then, I have facilitated prefabricated programs for groups up to 60 people, and developed and presented my own educational content for groups up to 90 people.

Below is a list of programs I have developed and delivered since 2016:

  • Accessible Event Planning
  • Plan V: Recruiting and Retaining Volunteers
  • Anti-Oppression
    • Anti-O 101: a primer on power, privilege, and oppression
    • Anti-O 102: Challenging Conversations
  • Accountability and Me: Skill-building for new Board members
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Creative Writing through Trauma
  • The Art of Storytelling
  • Developing Good Policies
    • “101” Level/general focus on policy creation process
    • Specific areas of interest/focus: accessibility, sexual violence prevention and response, diversity and inclusion
  • How to Generate Meaningful Feedback
  • Use the “Right” Words: understanding the impact of language in diversity and inclusion work
  • Risk Management
    • For Greek-letter organizations: policies, best practices, event-specific
    • Campus/student associations: policies and procedures, best practices, event-specific
  • “The Long Game of Leadership Development”

Here are some of the programs I have had the privilege of presenting, and events where I have facilitated, on behalf of organizations and/or at conferences:

  • AAUW Start Smart: a salary negotiation workshop for graduating college seniors, offered by the American Association of University Women in partnership with Tri Delta
  • AAUW Work Smart: a salary negotiation workshop for women at all points in their career journeys, offered by the American Association of University Women in partnership with Tri Delta
  • BodyImage3D: a signature member education program developed for, and presented to, second-year Tri Delta members with a focus on promoting positive body image and creating balance in mind, body, and spirit
  • Tri Delta Collegiate Leadership Conference 2018: Collegiate Chapter President Track
  • Alpha Chi Omega Leadership Academy 2019: Vice-President Risk Management Track
  • Northeast Greek Leadership Association Annual Conference 2019: General Education Session “Whose Language is it Anyway? Putting Social Justice Language into Action”

Stay tuned for more of the amazing opportunities for creation and collaboration!

If you would like to have a program created for your group from a topic listed above, or request customized services for your group, please use the Contact form.