Simona Ramkisson

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Simona Ramkisson is a Senior Projects Officer leading the implementation of the Digital Literacy + Coding pilot. She spent the bulk of her professional career in the community development sector with a focus on leadership development and youth empowerment.

Prior to joining the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship, she led the Mozilla Foundation’s city-based learning project, Hive Toronto. In her role as director, she supported the development of unique education opportunities with a focus on web and digital literacy and for-youth, by-youth cyber-safety curriculum building. She currently sits on the Right to Play Youth 2 Youth program advisory board and the YWCA’s Project Shift ICTC roundtable.

Simona hold as Hons.BA in Criminology from York University with a focus on restorative justice practice. As a graduate of the Rockwood Leadership Institute’s Transformative Facilitation and the Art of Leadership program, she actively works to bring a social justice scope to the work.

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Sep 24, 2020

From extensive research to a youth-focused pilot, we’re working to better understand how digital literacy is taught and learned across Canada, who has access to it, and who doesn’t
Making Connections: Enabling access to digital literacy across Canada

Feb 25, 2019

As we move into our second year of the pilot, find out what we’re learning along the way in our latest quarterly update, from female participation rates to flexible learning practices, and more
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Oct 1, 2018

With several successful cohorts behind us across our 5 sites, find out what we've learned so far and where our digital literacy + coding pilot is headed
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Jun 5, 2018

As we take stock, the Digital Literacy + Coding Pilot shares important insights about the impact of its pilot program and the value of digital skills across Ontario
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