Sue Glasgow


Carline joined WHISE in 2013 as a community development worker, with a specific focus on facilitating IT literacy amongst our community. In that year, she excelled at the core elements of her role — managing the administrative tasks that come with offering such a program and actually running the classes. She also initiated numerous improvements that enabled us to broaden the range of programs offered and take in a higher number of participants. I have heard only positive things from the women who attended Carline’s classes and who were very sorry to see her leave. She is an engaging, hard-working individual possessing excellent interpersonal skills and would be an asset to any team.

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