We learn best from educational experiences that pose meaningful problems, engage our senses, and stimulate our curiosity. I always have a handful of public educational initiatives on the go, which you can find here.
I’m pursuing a Master of Arts in Child Study and Education at the Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study (OISE, University of Toronto). I also work as a Research & Development Graduate Assistant exploring how small businesses in Canada can use the co-op model to prevent from closing, and I work as a Teaching Assistant for the course Philosophy in Everyday Life. I have a Master’s Degree in Philosophy from the Jackman Humanities Institute (University of Toronto).
I enjoy exploring built and natural places by foot, bike and canoe. My passion is examining wildflowers, trees and geological features to better understand their surrounding environment. I once spent seven weeks paddling two thousand kilometers into the Canadian Arctic.