I believe in lifelong learning. In September 2015, I graduated from Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC with a Masters Degree in Conflict Analysis and Management. This degree focused on analyzing, and trying to find solutions to, national and global problems of a political, ethnic and security nature. My final research project was entitled Radicalization in British Columbia Secondary Schools: The Principals’ Perspective.

Shortly after graduation, In 2016, I was honoured to be invited to join Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC as as an Associate Faculty member. In this capacity I supervise graduate students in their quest to produce theses on such topics as national defence and public security. I sincerely appreciate the honour that Royal Roads University has afforded me by taking me on board their academic team.