Linda Mlodzinski, M.Ed., is an independent education consultant. She taught early, middle, and senior years in the Pembina Trails School Division before moving to the Manitoba Department of Education as a provincial social studies consultant. She was the Anglophone chair of the Western & Northern Canadian Consortium for K to Grade 9 Social Studies and led the development of the provincial K-12 social studies curriculum and related learning resources. Along with Gareth Neufeld, she helped establish the NESCO Associated Schools Network in Manitoba and Canada. Linda was an advisor to various national organizations, including the Historical Thinking Consortium and the Teachers Institute on Canadian Parliamentary Democracy. She has delivered professional development workshops to teachers across Manitoba, and in Guyana, South America, Grenada, West Indies, and Malawi, Africa.