Ali’s journey at WWS began in 2009, where she has since worn many hats, spanning various roles across all school sections, from early years to high school. Currently, Ali is engaged in supporting students in her role as post-secondary, student exchange and AEP Coordinator and serves as a dedicated educator, imparting her knowledge in Science and Math to high school students.
She brings a wealth of academic achievement to her role, boasting degrees in Geography and Environmental Science from Queen’s University, along with a Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia. Ali’s commitment to holistic education led her to complete her Waldorf Teacher Training at the Centre for Anthroposophy in New Hampshire.
Beyond her professional life, Ali is a mountain enthusiast who found her way to Whistler in 2005, driven by her love for the great outdoors. In her leisure moments, she can be found exploring the mountains by foot, bike, or skis, often alongside her husband and two children—both of whom are members of the WWS community. Ali’s dedication extends to the broader community as well, as she actively contributes to the Whistler Public Library Board and continuously pursues further education through various classes and programs.