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Dianne Sedore-McCoy

Cultural Facilitator & Consultant

BSc Hons; BEd; OCT; SEAT

Dianne Sedore-McCoy has over 25 years experience in education as a classroom teacher, school lead teacher, curriculum services team member for Indigenous education, and provincial facilitator for the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario.

She graduated from Queen's University in the two year program in Mohawk Language and Culture in 2020. She is a graduate of both Trent University (BSc Hons Psych), and Queen's University (BEd).  In 2021 Dianne graduated from CiiAT (Canadian International Institute of Art Therapy) with certification in Specialized Expressive Art Therapy.

Dianne is a member of Tsi Tyónnheht Onkwawén:na Board of Directors, which oversees language programs within the community of Tyendinaga, including the Kawenna'on:we Immersion School. She is on the curriculum writing team for Kawenna'on:we.

Dianne also sits on the Queen's University ITEP (Indigenous Teacher Education Program) Application Selection Committee.

Dianne is an Honourary Lifetime Member of the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario.

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