Certificate in International Development, UBC:
"Project Planning & Proposal Writing."
"Evaluating International Development Work."
International Development Studies,
Menno Simons College,
University of Winnipeg
Regular by-line contributor,
distributor of fair trade products,
Listen to my interview about the book on the podcast
"Talking with Green Teachers"
2004 to 2018 – various positions at MCIC as international projects officer, program coordinator and fair trade outreach coordinator.
Chair, Youth Community Partnership – a youth-led project in Gimli, Manitoba.
Member, Manitoba Round Table for Sustainable Development.
1979 to 2004 – Executive Director, Marquis Project, Brandon, Manitoba (International Development NGO).
1969 to 1979 – various other work in international development agencies.
Future Experience (?):
I am always looking for opportunities to use my knowledge and skills if people have projects or contracts in mind. Please feel free to contact me!
Master of Arts Degree in History, University of Manitoba (1975).
Bachelor of Arts Degree (Honours) in History, University of Manitoba (1971).
Over the years, I have been active in international development, environmental, multicultural and peace efforts in Manitoba, across Canada and overseas. I have been a member and supporter of many organizations and on many committees and boards.
Award, presented by Fairtrade Canada, Fall
Canada's Champions of Change nominee in this program sponsored by CBC TV News, Fall 2010.
Interlake Volunteer of the Year finalist in Community Futures East Interlake regional awards, Fall 2007.
Global Citizen Award presented during International Development Week, from the Marquis Project, February 2007.
The Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal for making “a significant contribution to Canada, to his community and to his fellow Canadians,” December 2002.
Sustainable Development Award for International Work, presented to the Marquis Project in 1997 by the Premier of Manitoba.
The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) Prairie Regional Award for Development Education, February 1995.