Aimee began her training career as a seven-year-old. She created a makeshift desk from an
overturned laundry basket, designed curriculum, and taught lessons to her imaginary pupils. Then she
completed and corrected their homework!
Several years later, Aimee received the D. Younger Memorial Award from the Bachelor of Education
program at the University of Western Ontario for "outstanding qualities of scholarship, teaching
ability and character." Aimee brings her conscientious approach to all her writing,
editing, and training projects.
For several years, Aimee worked at a real desk at a high school where she taught English, Music,
and Special Education. Aimee enjoyed the challenge of captivating her students' attention and making
Now Aimee delivers training to a wide variety of corporate and not-for-profit clients. She crafts practical,
transformative workshops and provides in-depth individual consultations. As always, her clients' success
is Aimee's motivation for excellence.