I have worked at Mount Royal University (MRU) since 1991 when I began sessional teaching in the Therapeutic Recreation program, Department of Physical Education & Recreation Studies (PERS), in the Faculty of Health & Community Studies. In 1996 I joined PERS as a full-time faculty member. In 2000 I moved to MRU’s faculty development centre, the Academic Development Centre (ADC), to assume the role of Faculty Development Consultant, Curriculum. In 2003 I became Manager of the Centre where, among other things, the Centre’s Educational Technology and eLearning teams were a key part of my portfolio. In 2008 I was appointed into my current position as Director of the ADC. Prior to joining Mount Royal I worked in the health care sector as an administrator and front-line therapist in both institutional and community based settings. One of the most exciting and creative job postings I have ever undertaken was to work over four winters (during the 1990s) as one of two co-facilitators of a four-month residential program in leadership, communication, spiritual formation, and social justice for young adults 18 to 24 years old; this experience has resulted in my passion and commitment to teaching and learning excellence in my current work.