Adjunct, Sports Management, International School of Hospitality, Sports, and Tourism Management

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Academic Profile

Sandra Louie, Adjunct Faculty, brings 20 years of experience to FDU’s International School of Hospitality and Tourism Management in the areas of Special Event Management, Food & Beverage Services, Tourism Marketing, Visitor Services, Tourism Careers, and Strategic Planning.

Sandra likes to complement classroom theory with examples from her practical work, board, and committee experiences in Canada at BC’s Tourism Education & HR Council (now Go2HR), Tourism Vancouver, Destination Canada, BC Restaurant & Foodservices Association, Hostelling International, Travel & Tourism Research Association, BC Tourism Educators Consortium, BC Tourism Human Resource Development Taskforce, Tourism Researchers Industry Validation group, and a number of non-profit charitable organizations.

She holds a Diploma of Tourism Management from Capilano University, a Bachelor of Urban & Regional Planning Degree from Ryerson University, and a Masters of Arts Degree in Tourism Management from Royal Roads University. In addition to her role as Adjunct Faculty at FDU, she has 11 years of experience teaching at the Art Institute of Vancouver, BC Institute of Technology (BCIT), and Eton College in Vancouver.

In her personal time, Sandra enjoys yoga, walking her dog, reading, food (eating AND cooking), mixed media & modern art, crafting, and traveling anywhere, anytime. She has visited 26 countries and has lived, worked, and studied in: Canada (BC, Ontario, Nova Scotia & Quebec), China, Taiwan, and Cyprus. Sandra was born and raised in Vancouver.

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