Keshini Senanayake (she/her) resides on Treaty 7 Territory, and is a secondary school music educator with the Calgary Board of Education. She has taught a combination of Instrumental Music, Concert Band, Choir, General Music, Guitar, Strings, as well as Drama, Film and Creative Writing. Keshini was selected as the Calgary Board of Education’s Edwin Parr Award Nominee in 2018. She is a currently a member of the Calgary Local 38 Equity and Diversity Committee, and a co-organizer of the Calgary Local 38 Anti-Racist Teachers Network, as well as a clarinet player in the Calgary Wind Symphony. Her specialized areas of interests include exploring music education pedagogy through a critical lens, equity and anti-oppressive education, and educational leadership.