New FT Faculty in School of Human Services
Please help me welcome the following new full-time faculty to the School of Human Services:
Dr. Kimberly Maich, O.C.T. - Professor, Early Childhood Education program and future applied degree program (Fall 2011). Kimberly has a Doctorate in Philosophy and a Master's in Education. She has a rich employment history as faculty in a number of post-secondary academic institutions. She has also worked in special education in both elementary and secondary schools. Her primary focus over the past several years has been in Autism Spectrum Disorder with McMaster Children's Hospital. Kimberly has extensive experience publishing and presenting her work in the field.
Linda Whitehead - Professor, Recreation and Leisure Services. Linda has 12 years teaching experience at post-secondary institutions including Fanshawe. As partial load professor she has taught within the Recreation and Leisure program. She has a Master's in Business Administration from the University of Liverpool and a Master's of Education from the University of Victoria. She has experience in coaching, teaching, applied research and in developing community-based programs.
Carmen Hall - Program Coordinator for the Autism and Behavioral Science program. Carmen has a Master's degree in Counselling Psychology. She joins us after working as an Autism Spectrum Disorder Consultant, effectively collaboratively with educators, students, Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI) programs, and families in transitioning children with autism into school settings. She also facilitated training, created professional resources, and engaged in research projects. Carmen has worked as a part-time professor at Fanshawe in the Autism and Behavioural Science program as well as at Lambton College.
Susan Loosely - Professor, Child and Youth Worker program. Susan has a Bachelor of Arts and Child and Youth Worker advanced diploma and is currently working on a Master's degree in Education. She has been teaching at Fanshawe for 10 years. Her career in human services spans almost two decades. Susan developed, implemented, evaluated and published a collaborative community-based counselling model. She has presented the model and trained individuals provincially, nationally and internationally. Internationally she presented at the British House of Commons, Scottish House of Parliament, San Diego, and Japan. Her books have been published in three different languages - English, French and Japanese.
Chair, School of Human Services