As a lifelong learner, the pursuit of education is a passion of mine. 


Yo East! Alumna

Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree
English Literature & Women's Studies 

2010 - 2011

Assaulted Women & Children's Counselling & Advocacy Program
Dean's List

2017 - 2019
Paralegal Studies Program
Dean's List 

Continuing Education 
Recent webinars/workshops/courses

Write Effective Web Content
University of Waterloo, ED2GO, March-May 2023

Grant Writing Workshop
Northumberland Country, March 2023

Effective Selling
University of Waterloo,ED2GO, December 2022 – February 2023

How to Move Beyond Allyship at Work, Home and in Your Community: Anti-Racism Online Course
Selam Debs/Antiracism Educator, 2022

2021 Residential Landlord-Tenant Disputes; Essentials for Paralegals and Lawyers
Osgoode Hall Law School Professional Development, April 2021

"Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death." - Albert Einstein

Future educational goals

To enroll in the Professional Editing Standards Certificate through Queen's University Professional Studies Faculty of Education in Winter 2023.

A Master's degree in Sexual Diversity Studies from the University of Toronto (focus will be on queerness).

An LLM (Master of Laws) in Administrative Law from Osgoode Hall. 

Continuing education is extremely important to me because it allows for personal and professional growth. It is a means to stay relevant in a rapidly evolving world and enhances my knowledge and skills in areas of interest. It fosters a mindset of lifelong learning and helps me adapt to new technologies, trends, and industry standards. 

Continuing education expands my network, increases my knowledge, exposes me to diverse perspectives, and opens doors to new opportunities, enabling me to achieve my career goals and make a meaningful impact in my chosen field.