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Gina Bennett
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About me


Professional life


I am an adult educator and curriculum consultant with experience in domestic, virtual and international settings. My academic background includes a B.Sc. in Biological Sciences and an M.A. in Adult Education, as well as postgraduate certificates in Instructional Design and Intercultural Communication. I worked for many years at College of the Rockies, a rural, public post-secondary institution in the Canadian Rocky Mountain area. My career was focused on the integration of appropriate technology for teaching and learning, and the use of technology to increase educational access.

I was also involved in several international projects, delivering workshops & training for curriculum development, in:

  • Kenya
  • Tanzania
  • Ecuador
  • Chile
  • Colombia

Evolving interests


I (mostly) retired in 2016 & moved to the smaller community of Hope, BC (Canada). Now I have more time to contribute to projects related to adult education outreach, online facilitation, and curriculum development in a variety of fields. I have a strong interest in projects which not only open up learning materials but also make them more welcoming to marginalized learners.

I love the energy of working with fellow educators & others who believe in the potential of free knowledge.Contributing to Wikipedia & Wikimedia is a natural fit for me.

My Wiki experience


  • appointed to the Board of the Regional Committee for United States & Canada, part of the Wikimedia Regional Grants Committee (2021)
  • recruited as a volunteer juror for the AfroCreatives WikiProject (2022)

I contribute to Wikipedia & other Wiki- projects by:



I have conducted a number of workshops for public post-secondary faculty about Wikipedia: