Career Spotlight: Tania Xerri, Director, Health Leadership & Learning Network, York University

When:
February 10, 2021 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
2021-02-10T16:00:00-05:00
2021-02-10T17:00:00-05:00
Where:
Zoom

Register here for Career Spotlight: Tania Xerri, Director, Health Leadership & Learning Network, York University

Are you a Faculty of Health student curious about where your degree can take you? Career Spotlight is an opportunity where you can connect with Faculty of Health alumni and learn about their career. This session’s spotlight speaker is Tania Xerri.

Tania Xerri is a passionate educator and leader in Adult Professional Learning serving Health and the broader Health community locally, nationally and globally and currently heads the Health Leadership & Learning Network (HLLN) in the Faculty of Health at York University. HLLN provides innovative and leading edge education to working health professionals and health care management and staff. Tania has been instrumental in leading “integrated health” education in Canada, and most notably Health Coaching, where she has lead York University to offer the first accredited professional education Health Coaching program in Canada. She is the past board chair of the Conference on Management and Executive Education (CMED) where she served on the board for 5 years. CMED serves the broader Adult Professional Learning industry and serves a community of over 250 Universities and Colleges globally. Tania’s career spans almost 20 years in health care research in the Toronto teaching hospitals before arriving at York University in 2009. Using this experience, she has forged Health education and leadership that is inter-professional, evidence based, informed by the industry, integrated and focused on “keeping people healthier, longer”. Tania is currently spearheading the use of micro-credentials and digital credentials in HLLN towards “connecting our learners to the global job community and getting the career they want”. She believes that the path to leadership is found first and foremost through your own personal ability to self-reflect, and that you use leadership in everything you do, no matter how small.

The conversation will be moderated by a Calumet & Stong College team member and is followed by an open forum where students will have an opportunity to ask questions.