Dr. Anita Jack-Davies is a writer, researcher and cross-cultural expert with over 15 years of experience in the field of higher education. While completing doctoral studies at Queen’s University in teacher education (Cultural & Policy Studies), she gained experience in several administrative roles at the university including Human Rights Advisor (Education & Antiracism) and Educational Developer. From 2013-2014, she taught undergraduate courses as Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Arts and Science and has developed a wealth of experience in responding to student academic and co-curricular needs.
Anita specializes in curriculum development and design. She develops and designs cross-cultural education products using a variety of formats that include blended and online courses. Other products include reports, briefing notes, press releases and in-house education programs for university and residences and large corporate departments.
Dr. Jack-Davies specializes in examining issues of equity, diversity and inclusion as they impact the changing Canadian workplace and is a seasoned facilitator who offers strategic planning, training and advisory support to organizations. A certified mediator, she is the author of Teaching in “Dangerous Places”: Race, Gender and the Urban School (manuscript under review).
Visit Anita’s website here, http://www.dranitajackdavies.com/.