Keshini Senanayake

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.

For a taste of what Keshi­ni Senanayake does, see the fol­low­ing projects fea­tured on the PCM Hub :