Carrie A. Swartz, Director of Congregational Learning

Carrie Swartz is a passionate educator who has 20 years of experience as a secondary school teacher, museum education specialist and manager of school programs and professional learning for teachers. Carrie is skilled in developing and implementing programs that are innovative, in-line with current pedagogy and respond to the needs of students (K-12), teachers and stakeholders. She has designed a range of education materials and resources for students and teachers at both the Art Gallery of Ontario and at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for onsite programming and online learning that served thousands of participants. Carrie has developed and managed strategic partnerships with numerous community groups, non-profit organizations, provincial and national organizations. As a specialist in art education, Carrie co-developed and taught a university course in this field and has presented at conferences in both Canada and the US. Carrie has a particular passion for and knowledge in Holocaust education.

Carrie holds a Master’s Degree in teaching with a focus in museum education from George Washington University, in Washington DC, and a Bachelor’s Degree in education and Bachelor’s Degree in history and drama from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. Carrie is a member in good standing of the Ontario College of Teachers.

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