Landy Anderson, Author/Educator, M.Ed.
Landy Anderson is a senior manager with over 30 years of experience in child welfare. She has worked in several Children’s Aid Societies in Ontario for various departments, including community services; shelter and transition housing; kinship services; and foster care and adoption. Landy is a former Treatment Foster Parent and Licensed Group Home Operator and has supervised staff operated group homes and foster care departments for various child welfare agencies. Currently, Landy is the Senior Manager of Alternative Care at Dnaagdawenmag Binnoojiiyag Child and Family Services, an Indigenous child and family well-being agency in Ontario.
Landy holds a Master of Education with a focus on urban Aboriginal education. Additionally, Landy teaches at her local community college. She has published a book entitled The Foster Parent Survival Guide: How to Navigate the Child Welfare Matrix. To learn more about Landy visit her web site http://www.fosterparentsurvival.com/ or visit her YouTube cooking channel by searching Landy Anderson & Cookie’s Kitchen!