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Carla Bullinger

Carla Bullinger
Carla Bullinger has been working in the field of community development, literacy, and adult education for more than 20 years. In the 1990s, she worked in the NWT as the literacy coordinator for Aurora College and as Executive Director of the NWT Literacy Council where she piloted family literacy projects; facilitated a one-to-one volunteer tutoring program; supported communities in building their capacity to provide literacy services; and helped initiate workplace literacy training. She has taught at the Burnaby Correctional Centre for Women; managed an English Language Services for Adults (ELSA) program for new immigrants (the former, and now again current, LINC); participated in the development of a provincial training strategy for ESL Instructors and Settlement Workers; and helped develop a pilot program for multi-barriered refugees and their families. She currently works in Williams Lake as the Literacy Coordinator and as the Facilitator of Communities that Cares, a Collective Impact initiative that fosters healthy youth development while addressing the root causes of negative behaviour. She is life-long learner, and is passionate about life

Recent Posts

The Circle of Courage and Sense of Belonging

Posted by Carla Bullinger on June 3, 2016

Sense of Belonging – this was a recurring phrase I heard while listening to the webinar Homecoming, Gifts and Rootedness: Coming home to the wonder of a place based world.

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