Dwayne Hodgson

Dwayne Hodgson (he/him) is a learning designer and facilitator who works with organizations advancing social justice and environmental sustainability. He is passionate about designing and facilitating engaging, participatory learning experiences, in both online and face-to-face events. He also brings experience in project design and management and monitoring and evaluation.

His experience includes staff and consulting roles with a variety of non-profit, government, humanitarian, labour, faith-based and environmental organizations, where he has applied his knowledge of adult learning principles to support employee training, public education and capacity building projects. He has worked in 17 countries, including a four-year assignment in Tanzania with a Canadian NGO.

Dwayne has completed an M.A. in International Affairs at Carleton University, and a combined honours in Political Science at McMaster University’s Arts & Science Program. He has built on his academic training by becoming a Certified Dialogue Education Teacher with Global Learning Partners, Inc.

Dwayne is based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on unceded and unsurrendered Algonquin  Anishnaabe First Nation. When not working, you’ll find him riding his bike, taking pictures, making music or driving his two kids to sports.

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