Julie Stewart, originally from Prince Edward Island, Canada, has been involved in education her entire career. She graduated from the University of Manitoba with her Bachelor of Education in 1998 and spent two years teaching KS3 at the school where she did her student teaching practicum.
Lauren LeBlanc is Aurelia's first point of contact for placing Canadian teachers in the UK. Born in Ontario, Canada, she completed her education at Nipissing University, obtaining her Bachelor of Arts Honours in Philosophy and her Bachelor of Education in the Primary/Junior Division.
Erin joined the Aurelia team in September of 2016 spearheading the digital branding and marketing communications for the company. Having graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration in 2015 from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, and working for a marketing software company in Halifax for a year - Erin moved overseas (specifically to Bradford) with her partner Will.
Born and raised in small town Ontario Canada, Samantha (but you can call her ‘Sam’) attended the Trent-Queen’s Concurrent Education program, obtaining her Bachelor of Arts with an Honours in Psychology, and Bachelor of Education in the Primary/Junior division. Sam then went on to complete an alternative practicum in the Scottish Highlands during her teacher’s college year and fell in love with travel and specifically the ease of life in the UK.
Chelsea was born and raised in Brantford, Ontario. She is a Wilfrid Laurier Graduate focusing on History, English and Religion. Her UK adventure began in Scotland where she attended teachers college to become a Secondary Teacher. Along the way Chelsea came across Aurelia Education and knew it was a fit! She went on to teach a range of subjects in Northern England post graduation before deciding to head South to teach in London.
Meaghan was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario (Dundas more specifically, for those who are familiar). She completed the Queen's-Trent Concurrent Education program in the Primary/Junior stream, obtaining a major in Psychology and minor in History. During her studies at the Department of Education in Kingston, she took her first crack at international teaching when she completed an alternative practicum at a state school in Nicaragua.