Having worked in and been the office manager of both large and small organizations, Peggy brings a wealth of practical office knowledge to her classes. As a career educator who has taught at the high-school, college, and corporate training levels, Peggy brings a vast knowledge of pedagogy and research to her in-class and online courses.
Peggy has been with the McKeil School of Business at Mohawk College since 2010, and is a member of the Office Administration faculty. She is also the program coordinator for the Office Administration - General program. Currently, she teaches in the four Office Administration program steams of General, Executive, Health Services and Legal. Peggy also manages The Office – an experiential learning opportunity for second-semester students, where they get real-life experience doing reception at The Agency, making documents AODA accessible and supporting events at for the college community.
Peggy has focused research projects on ways to help students improve their touch-typing keyboarding skills, as she knows that being able to type quickly is and accurately is a skill in high demand by many employers.
Peggy has undergraduate degrees in Secretarial and Administration Studies and Education from Western University and a Master of Arts degree in Education from Central Michigan University.