|Centre||Arts, Design and Information Technology|
|Schools||School of Fashion and Jewellery|
|Office Address||160 Kendal Avenue, C453|
Winnie Leung holds a Master of Teaching degree from
the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Applied Arts degree from Ryerson
University. She has over twelve years of management experience, working
in the fashion industry, education and non-profit organizations. Winnie’s
area of expertise includes apparel production management, both domestic and
offshore, focusing on quality assurance. Her academic experience includes
teaching at Seneca College School of Fashion in the Business Management Diploma
Program, and holding the position of Academic Department Director for fashion
design and fashion marketing programs at The Art Institute. Teaching in higher
education since 2006, Winnie brings inquiry, insight and experience into the
classroom. She is an educator and mentor
for students, focusing on delivering the highest quality of sustainable learning
strategies, with a commitment to students' academic and personal growth, and
determination to create positive change for students that will last a
lifetime. Winnie joined the
faculty of George Brown College in 2008 and continues to teach at the School of
Fashion & Jewellery.
Master of Teaching in Elementary Education, Primary/Junior, University of Toronto - Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 2015.Ontario Certified Teacher, Ontario College of Teachers, 2015.Bachelor of Applied Arts, Fashion Design, Apparel Production Management, Ryerson University, 1998.
Areas Of Specialization
Apparel Production Management, Quality Assurance,
Areas Of Expertise
Education, Fashion Change Agent.
2008-Present: Professor, George Brown College Centre for Arts, Design and Information Technology, School of Fashion & Jewellery.2016-2017: Teacher, Spirit of Math Schools2011-2016: Online Teacher and Classroom Instructor, George Brown College Centre for Continuous Learning, Fashion and Creative Arts.2015-2016: Professor, Seneca College Faculty of Communication, Art and Design, School of Fashion.2008-2009: Board of Directors, Canadian Blood Services.2008: Project Assistant, Local Health Integration Network.2006-2008: Academic Department Director, Instructor, The Art Institute of Toronto Fashion Design and Fashion Marketing Diploma Programs.
Board of Directors - Thalassemia Foundation of Canada, 2007–2011Regional Liaison Committee - Canadian Blood Services, 2007–2008, 2009–2011.Provincial Judge - DECA Ontario Competition, 2008, 2011.One Match Stem Cell & Marrow Network, Canadian Blood Services & George Brown College, 2011.Board of Directors -Toronto Standard Condominium Corporation, 2008–2010.Steering Committee, Network for Rare Blood Disorders Organization, 2008–2009.
Hetty C. Chu Memorial Fellowship Award, University of Toronto, 2013.Mobile Learning App Development, E-Learning and Teaching Innovation, George Brown College, 2013.Excellence in Fashion Design, City of Toronto, 1998.Product Development Corporate Sponsorship, Kellogg’s Canada Inc., 1997.
Supporting Introversion and Extroversion
Learning Styles in Elementary Classrooms, Research Paper, Department of
Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
of the University of Toronto, 79, April 2015
Product Quality - A Management Perspective QC1003 course content E-Book for
George Brown College, Pearson
Learning Solutions, 20, June 2013.