This page is dedicated to spotlighting the accomplishments of our members inside and outside of their role in ACENET and the educators who have successfully used ACENet content in their school and classroom.
ACENet's Treasurer, Nandanee Sawh, continues to demonstrate exemplary leader beyond her role at ACENet. Her journey to her position at one of Ontario's top public schools, Marc Garneau, was beautifully documented in the school paper.
ACENet's Secretary, Joshua Lim, has been involved in various organizations while on his journey to becoming an Ontario certified teacher. His involvements, such as Co-president of the Master in Arts in Child Study and Education program at OISE, have earned him a feature spotlight on the OISE website.
ACENet's Vice-President, Sandy Yep, has been integral to ACENet since its inception in 2012. Sandy's personal and familial history in Canada has been a driving force for his current activism. Sandy's feelings toward Montral's Chinatown, his former home, is recounted in the following article by the Montreal Gazette.