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Alana Abramson Dip. Bus. Admin. (Kwantlen), BA (Hons) (SFU), MA (SFU), PhD (SFU)
Alana Abramson is a passionate educator, dedicated to enhancing student experiences in the classroom. She believes education can inspire personal and social change and enjoys learning with her students. Alana bridges the community with education, providing opportunities for her students to be in the criminal justice field and learn from those who have directly experienced it. She uses experiential and transformative learning techniques, storytelling, and guest speakers to engage students.
Alana is grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the diverse and dedicated Criminology Department at KPU. She currently resides in Kamloops and loves vegan food, yoga, hiking and being in nature, her two cats, and travelling with her partner.
Areas of Interest
Alana has examined the roles that police and community play in restorative justice. She also has explored the role of post-secondary education in advancing the theory and practices of restorative justice in community and social institutions.