Angela Nardozi always made her parents wonder, when from a very young age she would stop and engage strangers on the street. Now older, and a bit more discerning, she has channeled her knack for deep listening, compassion and humour into a coaching practice. Angela is inspired by her clients visions for their better futures, and journeys with them as they navigate the steps to achieve their goals. Angela is especially passionate about education and working in solidarity with Indigenous communities, which inspired her PhD research exploring teacher candidate willingness and readiness to teach Indigenous curriculum.
Angela is an engaging speaker and has almost a decade of experience communicating to a vast array of audiences about engaging with Indigenous communities in Reconciliation. She has been invited to speak to community and religious groups and has extensive experience with academic audiences as a keynote, invited and peer-reviewed speaker. A trained educator, Angela has delivered numerous workshops to students from kindergarten to graduate students. While employed as Project Manager of the Deepening Knowledge Project at OISE/UT, she worked in partnership with Indigenous colleagues to educate over 6000 teacher candidates about Indigenous education.
Angela has over five years experience consulting with teacher educators about Indigenous curriculum and building stronger relationships with Indigenous communities. She is excited to work with educators and schools at all levels who want to create more meaningful programming and curriculum about Indigenous education.
When she is not working or sharing a meal with her very Italian family, Angela loves to sew, and enjoys sharing her husband’s baked goods.
You can contact Angela at firstname.lastname@example.org.