Who we are
Community Engaged Learning works to cultivate your community mindset—a set of attitudes that value the knowledge and expertise of communities, broaden your notion of partnership and relationship-building, and orient your personal, academic and professional lives to serve social change.
Anny Chen is second-generation Chinese-Canadian, strongly shaped by her upbringing as a child of refugees from Southeast Asia.
Anny’s love for experiential learning and community engagement started during her work with Katimavik and was nurtured by a Master of Education in adult education and community development, her work in the settlement sector as an EAL teacher, and organizing with various communities in Winnipeg.
Nicki Ferland is a Two-Spirit Red River Métis Sundancer. She was raised on ancestral lands in urban and rural Métis parishes, including the historic St. Vital and St-Boniface communities (Winnipeg), and Lorette, Manitoba.
Nicki has a background in Indigenous and Aboriginal rights, Indigenous and anti-racist education, Indigenous research and community engagement, and holds a Master of Education in Indigenous land-based education from the University of Saskatchewan.
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