What I'm up to these days

  • I'm the Programs and Communications Coordinator for the Office of Community Engagement at Concordia University where, among other things, I oversee the University of the Streets CafĂ© popular education program.

  • I'm a PhD student in Educational Studies at McGill University, under the supervision of Profs. Henry Mintzberg and Naomi Nichols. Through my research, I consider the role of informal spaces in fostering social movements.

  • I work with the Centre for Community Organizations (COCo) as an associate facilitator and assist community organizations in building their organizational capacity and critical analysis.

  • I'm an affiliate member of the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University, a member of: the Constructed Environment Knowledge Community, the Alternative Education Resource Organization and l'Assocation francophone pour le savoir.

  • Montreal-based visual artist Shane Watt and I collaborate on Paper Places: Mapmaking the Commons, a series workshops on our relationship to the city.

  • On March 27, I'll be a FAST5 Judge at the 17th Annual Education Graduate Students Society Conference at McGill.

  • On March 28, I am facilitating a discussion at the Concordia Center for Teaching and Learning, organized by the Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association. The theme will be: How can the city enhance learning?

  • On April 12, Shane Watt and I will present on Paper Places at the 2018 McGill University DISE Students Symposium.

  • I recently wrote an article on East-Harlem housing rights activists Movement for Justice in El Barrio. It is currently available on the Canadian Observatory for Homelessness blog.

  • Two of my photographs of Montreal spaces will be included in a public exhibition in Dezhou, China, this summer. This exhibition is held as part of the 2018 Solar Decathlon and is organized by the Institute for Urban Futures.

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