Having grown up in South Africa until the age of 11, my identity is rooted in my African upbringing. I am also very proud of my Canadian citizenship and from this "afrinadian" was born.
My father was transfered to Montreal, Canada when I was 11 and this changed the projection of my life. I often refer to myself as a modern nomad because I have not lived in one place for more then 10 years.
After completing high school and my first year of CEGEP in the general C.A.L.L program, I obtained a diploma in Aesthetics and Electrolysis. After working for several months as a makeup artist and esthetican, I moved to Windsor, Ontario where I attended and graduated from the University of Windsor with a major in Psychology and a minor in English.
I graduated from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario with my B.Ed (Primary and Junior) with a focus in International Education in 2014.
Following teacher's college I worked as the Reading Support Teacher at John F. Kennedy American International School in Querétaro in pre-first, grade 1 and 2.
Beginning August 2015 I will be working for PHORMS in Frankfurt, Germany as a grade 3 classroom teacher. Let the adventures begin!
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