About Me

I’ve always had a problem with standing still. Dancing my way between adventures, I am just about obsessed with learning – both for myself and for the students with whom I work. A voracious reader from a young age, I (attempt to) balance living in my own head with externally processing anything and everything with anyone and everyone. Taking on the title of ‘Advocate for Awesome’, my work in higher education spans defining and chasing student success in leadership development, career services, community engagement and, my most recent love, assessment.

I have presented and facilitated at numerous local and national conferences but am most at home with a good chat over a cup of hot chocolate (preferably with a side of some sort of chocolate dessert). In between jumping out of perfectly good planes, walking the outside edge of the CN Tower, hang-gliding and zip-lining, I create, facilitate and assess programming in higher education to help students and staff showcase and grow their own awesomeness. The walking, (always) talking embodiment of extroversion, I need people like you to keep me energized, excited and engaged.



For great student affairs and assessment information (and general awesomeness), make sure you're following @ #FF #satech #sachat
Kristen Abell

Thanks @ for our great conversation! Making life decisions suck, but with awesome guidance I think I will be okay #optimistic
The only pipeline from Canada I want is one carrying awesome from @. #debates
Joseph Ginese
#RealTalk: I know it's time to wake up every morning (8am) because my phone starts blowing up with @'s tweets to the world!
Sean Eddington
@ You know you make me think every day! Thanks.
Deb Schmidt-Rogers
FF @ for her honest, inspiring, and generally AWESOME tweets. The students she advises are exceptionally lucky.
If you want to follow somebody who is reading & sharing great things, be sure to follow @ #sachat #sagrad
Brian R Lackman
For those of you in #sachat that didn't know, @ is #awesomesquared. That's #awesomeawesome for you non-math folks.
Matthew Deeg
Skype time with @ - I was challenged & supported. You should be jealous. #buzzword
brian gallagher




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