“Our son graduated in 2020 with a high 80s average & started university virtually. He soon lost all confidence. He began working with Glorie [concurrent with being] diagnosed with multiple learning disabilities in March 2021. Glorie was the only bright light in his academic life. Sometimes, one person can make a tremendous impact. That person was Glorie.”

– A forever grateful parent.

“I started my graduate program during COVID (while also awaiting an ADHD diagnosis and recovering from major transitional surgery). After barely muddling through the first term, I got on meds, registered with USask’s AES, and received funding for Glorie’s services. Without her positive energy, I was easily consumed by frustration and negativity. Now, I have medications and strategies. She makes me want to keep climbing.”

– Challen G. (they/them)

“Glorie was my English professor at the U. of S., and she embodies the idea that a professor can be a mentor, teacher, and support person for students with personal struggles. In my five years of undergraduate study, she was the most engaging professor I have met…”

– Cooper

“Glorie’s genuine desire for her students to do well is refreshing. She instilled a sense of confidence in me that set the tone for my university career. Her authenticity, encouragement, and thorough feedback made me a more resilient student.”

– Ruby

“As an instructor, she pushed me to a much higher standard of quality in my work. As a coach, she could help show you the way how: not only helping you to deliver academically, but also to handle setbacks and set the groundwork for your long term goals.”

– Sam

“Glorie supports her students’ academic skills by identifying their unique gifts and building on these through a positive and meaningful relationship…”

– Julia