Roxanne Reeves

Part-time Instructor

Renaissance College

Maggie Jean Chestnut 208

1 506 447 3092


In Japan she apprenticed and worked under a national master renown for large, secular architectural stained-glass installations and later relocated to Italy to work and study under a maestro recognized for liturgical stained-glass restoration.

When she returned to Canada, almost a decade later, she learned she had cognitive disabilities. With support from UNB’s Centre for Learning Disabilities, Roxanne Reeves completed three degrees at UNB culminating with a PhD.

Renaissance College courses

  • RCLP 4028 – Community Problem solving

Research interests

Past research

Dr. Reeves is a MITACS Doctoral Fellowship recipient (mentorship). Her masters work in the area of Canadian History: Labour, Women, Economic and Public Policy earned her an LHTNB fellowship.

She has worked in China, Colombia, Italy, and Japan and has been contracted with the New Brunswick Government on matters of immigration, entrepreneurship, and mentorship. She has appeared before House of Commons hearings and is the author of Provincial Solutions to National Issues: How to Further Support Newly Arrived Entrepreneur Stream Immigrants as Economic Multipliers.

Current research

As an academic practitioner, Dr. Reeves’ current research is focused on an evidence-based, work-integrated learning process. For organizations the performance improvement solution grows, motivates, and retains your people, using your people, using your best in-house talent to cultivate a versatile-talent and leadership pipeline.

The Framework builds capacity for knowledge sharing, authentic experiential learning, and practical application for everyone—regardless of title, ethnic background, gender, or age. It is comprised of

Knowledge Sharing and Talent Development (KSTD) Inventory Assessment

  • provides clients with data-driven report and planning metrics.

eLearning Platform and Work-Integrated Learning resources

  • assists organizations in promoting, implementing and embedding authentic
  • experiential
  • social learning and development
  • effective application practices in daily workplace routines and interactions