Jennifer Brown

Lead Facilitator, Graduate Programs

Jen is a member of the Graduate Student Facilitator Team where she is an Instructional Skills Workshop (ISW) facilitator and a Facilitator Development Workshop (FDW) trainer. In her role as the Lead Facilitator of this team, she provides support to her colleagues, leads professional development for the team, and works behind the scenes to ensure the ISWs run smoothly. Jen is currently pursuing her PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Caroline Luk

Bronte Burnette

Educational Resource Developer: Indigenous Initiatives

Bronte joined CTLT’s Indigenous Initiatives team in September 2020 as the Educational Resource Developer and is grateful to work and live on the unceded, traditional territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) people. She designs and updates the digital learning resources that support and sustain ongoing projects of Indigenous engagement in teaching and learning. Her professional interests include human-information interaction, Indigenous knowledge keeping and practices, and digital librarianship services. Bronte previously worked at Xwi7xwa Library and holds an MLIS from the UBC School of Information with a specialization in the First Nations Curriculum Concentration.

Alice Campbell

Curriculum Consultant

Ainsley Camps

Educational Developer: Teaching & Learning Professional Development

Janey Lew, PhD

Senior Educational Consultant, Indigenous Initiatives

Janey joined CTLT’s Indigenous Initiatives team in August 2015 and is grateful to work and learn at UBC on the unceded, ancestral territories of the Musqueam people. As Senior Educational Consultant, Indigenous Initiatives, Janey supports faculty engagement and professional development on topics related to intersectional differences, social justice, and critical Indigenous studies in teaching and learning. Janey is an experienced facilitator in a variety of community and educational settings, and holds a PhD in Comparative Ethnic Studies from the University of California, Berkeley. Prior to joining CTLT, Janey taught courses in the Asian American Studies Program at UC Berkeley, the English departments at Capilano University and Douglas College, and the First Nations Studies Programs at SFU and UBC.

Kyle Shaughnessy

Education Consultant, Staff Training

Kyle holds a joint position between Human Resources and CTLT Indigenous Initiatives as Education Consultant: Staff Training, at the University of British Columbia, situated on the traditional and unceded territory of the Musqueam people. Kyle is a Two-Spirit, trans person of mixed Indigenous (Dene) and European (Irish) ancestry, and is a registered social worker and writer originally from the Northwest Territories and rural BC. His professional background includes health education, Indigenous community engagement and cultural safety consultation, and LGBT2Q+ advocacy. Kyle’s MSW graduate research at Dalhousie University explores the contemporary healing roles of Two-Spirit educators within the larger context of reconciliation and diversity education. His role as Education Consultant: Staff Training is to provide consultation and support for staff seeking to foster greater inclusion and representation of Indigenous voices and perspectives in university programming and engagement strategies.

Hailan Chen

Educational Consultant: Learning Design

Hailan has a background in Learning and Instructional Technology. She is a skilled Instructional Designer, Educational Technologist, and e-Learning Specialist, with several years of experience working at Teaching and Learning Centres with different higher education institutions. Hailan manages the development and delivery of quality e-learning courses and projects, and is interested in working closely with faculty members to apply sound instructional design principles to their e-learning courses. She ensures that course design and development meet best practice standards, accommodate for diverse learning styles, and incorporate appropriate educational technologies in facilitating and assessing active student learning.

Judy Chan, PhD

Faculty Associate / Faculty Liaison (Land and Food Systems)

Judy develops programs for faculty members, post doc fellows, and staff to support their teaching and learning needs. She has special interests in Using Problems and Cases in the Classroom, Teaching and Learning for the Heart and MindQualitative Research, and more! She coordinates Faculty Instructional Skills Workshops and the CTLT Institute. Judy calls herself a milk protein chemist and explores various food science topics with her students in FNH 200.

Noureddine Elouazizi

Strategist, Teaching and Learning Technologies