I am originally from Montreal, Quebec, and have lived in the city my whole life. In August, 2017, I moved to Val-d'Or, Quebec, to pursue a full-time teaching contract. To broaden my horizons, I love to travel and see new places whenever possible; it is an extra bonus to escape Quebec's intense winter season!
I hold a DEC in Pure & Applied Sciences from Marianopolis College as well as a Bachelor's of Education from McGill University.
In my spare time, I love watching movies and spending time with my family.
Here, you will find the most recent version of my resume. For questions, you may click on the "Contact me" button below.
After one year of full-time teaching, I published an article, in Education Canada Magazine, reflecting on my teacher training program.
I recently volunteered at Elizabeth Ballentyne School, returning a year after I did a stage there. Some of the activities I did with the students were featured in their monthly newsletter (EBS News seen on the left) on page 4.
After working as a Research Assistant for a few months with the McGill Office of Sustainability, we hosted a workshop which focused on providing training to pre-service teachers on how to teach topics of sustainability to students. It was a huge success! Check out the blog: HERE