I started working for ADLC in June of 2011. I started as a Support Staff Generalist where I assisted the Lesson Records department process student’s assignments received for marking. This position as Generalist also led me to work mainly in the Exams department where I helped students set-up their ADLC exams. I also worked in conjunction with Alberta Ed to set-up Diploma exams. In November 2013, I moved into the Contracts and Project Management department at ADLC. In this new role, I worked behind the scenes with ADLC’s Contractors and Instructional Design team as well as with ADLC’s Markers and Finance department.
My current role of Administrative Assistant in the Communications and Marketing department started on December 1, 2015. If you call or email ADLC’s Communications department, more than likely I will be the one answering the phone or replying to your email. Administrative support is only part of my role though; I also help coordinate and plan ADLC events, provide support for publications, assist with external and internal communications, and aid in website content management. I feel that the experience I have gained in each of my roles at ADLC has given me insight into many different aspects of ADLC, which I can now bring to the Communications & Marketing department.