I love making places, learning spaces, and paths for people.
I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Kinesiology from The University of Western Ontario and then spent a few years guiding international development through sport programs. I went on to complete a Master of Education in Adult Education and Community Development from the University of Toronto, and have worked as a community educator and project manager for over a decade.
I recently completed a Master of Urban and Regional Planning candidate at Queen’s University, and am integrating my practice into the field of urban planning with a special focus on making accessible and equitable paths and places. Currently, I work with Infrastructure Canada guiding Canada’s first National Active Transportation Fund.
Outside of that, I am Dada to two little and powerful girls and a sauna enthusiast. I live in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.