As an adult educator whose primary focus is on teaching Indigenous education at the undergraduate and graduate levels, I have witnessed how transformative this learning is in my students. 


Over the years, I have been honoured to continue my digital storywork with Metis community members and educators. In November 2020, working with members of the Rupertsland Institute education team, we premiered the launch of educational resources created with Metis community members.

I have also focused a great deal of my scholarship on the topic of working towards reconciliation through education. In 2016, I worked with colleagues to create, design, and deliver the Indigenous Education: A call to action program to 91 students.



Indigenous education and decolonization

Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education

2006 - 2011

University of Calgary

Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD)

Reconciliatory pedagogy

Canadian Journal of Education

Critical service-learning

Wiley International Handbook of Service-Learning for Social Justice

Metis education

Knowing the Past, Facing the Future: Indigenous Education in Canada

2003 - 2006

University of Calgary

Master of Arts (MA), Communication Studies

1996 - 2002

University of Calgary

Bachelor of Arts, Honours (BA, Hons)