I’m a storyteller and a people weaver. I am the host of a local history podcast called Let’s Find Out, and am pursuing an MA in History at the University of Alberta. I also work as Podcasting Coordinator at CJSR, Edmonton’s campus and community radio station. Previously, I taught a course in Writing About Science in the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Extension.
Born and raised in Edmonton, I love telling stories about this place through podcasts, radio, writing, public speaking, and illustration.
I have a joint degree in International Development and Environment & Resource Studies from Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. I also studied Mandarin at Sichuan University, and studied and worked through Trent’s International Development Studies partnership with the University of Ghana.
I served as Edmonton’s Historian Laureate from 2016-2018. During my term, I created Let’s Find Out to encourage Edmontonians to learn more about local history and how to do solid research. The podcast and my public speaking duties focused on queer history, cultural communities often left out of our city’s narrative, and how humans and nature shape each other.
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