I am an experienced museum programmer, I am interested in working with communities to develop meaningful and lasting projects through authentic dialogue. Working in a vast array of sectors, industries and levels of government, I have worked extensively in the field of accessibility, supporting community-specific and inclusive programs and projects for museums and arts institutions. In May of 2017, following a move to Ottawa, I joined the Library of Parliament as an Interpretation before joining Environment & Climate Change Canada (formerly Environment Canada) as a senior learning specialist in 2018. Working in the learning strategies and integration division I am currently leading a 3-year project to modernize the way federal enforcement officers are trained and designated under Canadian environmental legislation. I identify as European and Métis, speak 5 languages and hold an undergraduate degree and certificate from Queen’s University and a Master of
Museum Studies from University of Toronto.