Meet Glorie (she/her)

A trusted guide and mentor for your academic journey.

Who I am

My joy is seeing students succeed. When I saw students struggling during the pandemic, I began offering academic strategizing to help them make their academic climb. I have worked with all kinds of students. Increasingly, I have worked with neurodivergent students, students whose brains work a little differently than their peers.

I am neurodivergent myself. After being immobilized by bipolar disorder and the stigma associated with mental illness, I left a doctoral program to heal. And learn. And grow. And struggle, at times. And be well. And succeed. It’s all part of the climb – the growth and the challenges.

Teaching at the University of Saskatchewan on Treaty 6 Territory and working with students have helped me thrive. And strategizing with individual students – to help them have the tools to succeed academically – brings me great joy.

With 20 years of undergraduate teaching experience and 2 teaching awards—a Students’ Union Teaching Award in 2012 and the Sylvia Wallace Sessional Lecturer Award in 2018— I feel I have earned the respect of my students and peers. I have learned – and continue to learn – so much from my students.

Credentials & Experience

With a Master of Arts (M.A.) in English and a Master of Education (M.Ed.), both from the University of Saskatchewan, I have taught introductory courses for the U. of S. in the following colleges:


Literature Module of Medical Humanities for the College of Medicine


Business Communications for the College of Engineering and Edwards School of Business


Legal Writing for the College of Law


First year English classes and Women’s and Gender Studies for the College of Arts & Science

I have worked with students in a variety of university programs and services:

I also hold a Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language (CERTESL), which equips me to work with international students who seek help with learning English for academic purposes.

Mental Health Advocacy

I continue to be committed to the health and emotional well-being of students diagnosed with mental illnesses. In 2019, I established the Resilience Awards at the University of Saskatchewan to help undergraduate students who cope with mental health issues.

I am committing 20% of my gross earnings from Summit Academic Coaching to these awards. 

By choosing to be helped and supported by me, you are helping and supporting other students.  

To make a donation to the Resilience Bursary or Resilience Scholarship, visit