LOGIC 2018 will feature two WinSETT Centre workshops focused on introduction to negotiation and mentors vs sponsors. We are excited to have Edna Dach and Kandis Neth facilitate this learning opportunity for our attendees.
Edna Dach, M. Ed., PMP
Alberta & Prairies Facilitator, WinSETT Centre
Edna Dach has extensive experience working in the education field as Director of Technology Services for Elk Island Public Schools and as Education Manager for Alberta Education. She is a recognized presenter and has shared her experiences to a wide variety of audiences locally, nationally, and internationally.
In recognition of her work, the Education Technology Council, Alberta Teachers Association presents an annual award, “The ETC Edna Dach Educator of the Year Award ” to a classroom teacher and/or technology leader in an educational setting who works to promote technology in education through leadership in educational technology.
Edna works with a variety of boards including WISEST (Women in Scholarship, Engineering, Science and Technology), WITT (Women in Trades and Technology) and SkillsCanada Alberta. She has been recognized with the Alberta Centennial Medal and the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal for her community and volunteer work.
Kandis Neth, P. Eng., EMR
Western Canada Facilitator, WinSETT Centre
President & CEO, R3K Consulting, and PeerSparkTM Facilitator, Alberta Women Entrepreneurs (AWE)
Kandis holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Alberta, with a specialization in Chemical Engineering (Co-op) and is certified as a Master Instructor and Adult Educator from NAIT. Kandis is an avid life-long learner and has found her passion in facilitating adults, so much so that she is currently completing her Master of Education, specializing in Adult Education. Kandis continues to maintain her licenses as both a Professional Engineer with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and as an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) with the Alberta College of Paramedics.
In addition to a career working mainly as a project manager with global engineering organizations, Kandis received extensive training on communication, leadership, and crisis intervention during her time as a volunteer with the Edmonton Police Service’s Victim Services Unit. Currently, Kandis’ career is specifically focused towards course design, development, and delivery (training and facilitation) primarily contracting through her own consulting company, R3K Consulting.
In 2018, Kandis was thrilled to become a regional facilitator of WinSETT Centre’s Western Canadian Leadership program. This role allows her to follow her passion of supporting women in maximizing both their personal and professional potential.