In the role of Team Lead: Teaching Initiatives and Innovation, Rebecca leads the educational developers who provide teaching and learning supports related to Indigenous education initiatives, accessibility and EDI, and the Office of Experiential Learning.

Rebecca also collaborates with faculties and departments on initiatives involving innovations in teaching and learning, and centering voices and insights needed to further Reconciliation and inclusivity on campus and beyond.


Rebecca’s 15-plus years of experience in post-secondary education includes teaching, curriculum development, faculty development, and administrative leadership roles at public and private colleges and universities. Exploring innovative approaches to teaching and learning, including leading change initiatives involving process, technology, and mindsets, are part of their everyday practice. Outside of work, Rebecca enjoys walks, reading, crafting, keeping an eye on genAI, and spending time with family and friends.

Pronouns: (they/them/theirs)


M.Ed., B.Ed., B.A.


Brooks, R.M. (2023). Integrity Through Experience: Fostering a Culture of Academic Integrity Through an Experiential Learning Approach. In: Eaton, S.E. (eds) Handbook of Academic Integrity. Springer, Singapore.