Alina Roman earned holds a Master's Degree in Engineering and is a Regulated Immigration Consultant with many years of experience in the field of immigration. She is working as Immigration Consultant for Simon Fraser University, and her past work experience includes working for educational and governmental organizations as well as managing her own immigration practice.
Alina has been teaching at Ashton College since 2016. In 2017, Alina received the Faculty Award, presented to an instructor who projects a positive, professional, and approachable attitude within the workplace and who possesses outstanding leadership abilities within the school community. As a graduate of Ashton College’s Immigration Practitioner Program, Alina strives to provide the best support to her students and help them become successful immigration consultants.
In addition to Alina’s immigration practice and teaching, she is a member of the Practical Experience Advisory Committee for the regulatory body, ICCRC which regulates all RCICs on a national level. Alina is also a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC).
Alina speaks several languages and enjoys interacting with people coming from different cultural environments.