Kelsey McDonald’s career in public education spans 20-plus years as classroom teacher, school counsellor, and principal. Most recently, she was seconded as the provincial consultant for guidance and counselling with the Inclusion Support Branch of the Manitoba Department of Education. An advocate of expanding one’s professional repertoire, Kelsey currently works as a K to 8 resource teacher and as a sessional instructor at the University of Winnipeg. Kelsey holds a BEd and a PBDE from the University of Manitoba, where she is currently enrolled in the MEd counselling psychology program. She lives in Winnipeg with her husband, Scott, and sons Owen and Griffin.
Books by Kelsey McDonald
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