Alexandra has been working in the adult education field for 25 years. Her roles have included program and personnel management, policy development, research, training, and test and resource development. She has additional experience as a presenter, case manager, youth counselor, and teacher in literacy, workplace, academic and special education programs. At ABC, Aleksandra promotes workplace training and workforce development strategies for the social and economic advancement of Canadians. Aleksandra holds a Bachelor of Psychology, a Bachelor of Education with additional qualifications in ESL/ESD and Special Ed, and a certificate in Adult Training and Development from OISE at the University of Toronto.
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