Linda Todd is a medical office assistant with a keen interest in health and education. She is a recent graduate of the University of the Fraser Valley’s (UFV) Continuing Education Medical Office Assistant program. She also holds an Occupational First Aid level 3 certificate, her most recent in a long line of first aid certifications earned since her first in 1979.
Linda has worked extensively as a volunteer educator which has included: tutoring her classmates in school, being a parent volunteer when her own children were in school, serving as the VP Ed in her Toastmasters club, teaching English fluency to school children in grades pre-K to 12 in Gaza City, the Gaza Strip, being a return guest speaker at a local high school, and co-teaching computer classes to seniors locally.
In her spare time she loves to create in the form of writing, sewing, cooking, sculpting, crafting – whatever it takes to make something new.
The next phase of her educational journey will be to earn her B.A. in adult education, also at the University of the Fraser Valley.
Linda’s greatest joy is to be with her partner and her growing family including her children, children in law and grandchildren as well as Max, her cat.
Linda blends warmth, wisdom and humour into every presentation. Enjoy the ride!