Nadia Hall, as the Training Specialist at Invest in Kids, develops curricula and delivers training to health care and social service professionals. She began her education in New York City with a Bachelor of Arts from Queens College. She subsequently earned a Master of Arts in Russian Language and Literature, a Diploma of Child Study with an Infant Specialization, an Ontario Teacher's Certificate as a Primary Specialist, and a Master of Education, all from the University of Toronto.
For close to two decades, Nadia has been working in the field of children's services, beginning her professional career as an infant therapist in a home-based intervention program. Since then, she has been involved in an array of prevention and intervention positions, including Director of the Infant-Parent Learning Program, Manager of Academic Programs at Canadian Mothercraft, Senior Infant Development Consultant for the regional municipality of Durham and Policy Analyst for the provincial "Healthy Babies, Healthy Children" program. She is a tireless community advocate and has participated on many projects, among which number the First Nations Child Care Project, Child Care Visions and the Anti-Racist Education Committee for Metro Children's Services. Nadia is an author of numerous publications, presenter at workshops and conferences and has taught curriculum and child development courses at universities in Canada and New Zealand.
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