- Prince George
I studied French at l’Université de Montréal and worked for two years in Zaïre (now the République Démocratique du Congo. I began teaching French Immersion in School District 57 (Prince George) in 1999, and joined the International Studies Department at UNBC in 2019.
In addition to French, I specialize in teaching German, Social Justice and working with at-risk students at the high school level. I also write a weekly column for The Prince George Citizen and Troy Media which I see as an extension of my classroom. I am also currently enrolled in the Queen's University PMED program.
I enjoy teaching French at UNBC because I believe that learning languages promotes global understanding. We each have the capacity to change the world for the better, and working to achieve this goal brings meaning and joy to life.
Research and ExpertiseAreas of Expertise:
French, Education, Genocide Studies, GermanLanguages Spoken: