All things Libraries and Living Heritage.
Adaptive & accessible is a hill worth dying on.
Rural at Heart. Both/and; yet.
Who am I? What do I Do?
I am an award-winning researcher, writer and educator trained in the Arts & Humanities and Social Sciences. I work at the intersections of culture, communication and information. Using multi-modal storytelling strategies across civil society, NFPs and charitable organizations, my work builds pathways that guide people toward their potential. More specifically, I engage in
advocating, especially for accessibility
My accessibility work is especially important to me. To date, I have helped businesses, charities and non-profits secure more than $500,000 in funding for community projects. In 2022, I was appointed to Ontario's David C. Onley Award for Accessibility Review Committee.
A precarious worker by choice, I have the remarkable privilege of managing my own time. I use it to show people that the pursuit of a joyful and meaningful life – through business, art, creativity & giving – is not a zero-sum game.