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Ravinder Johal

Ravinder works as a Principal in a diverse secondary school setting. He previously worked as a teacher, department head, and Vice Principal in Ontario. Ravinder recently completed his PhD, focusing on the experiences of second generation youth living in a suburb of Toronto. His research interests include examining the intersecting notions of racial identity, gender, […]

Des McKay

I have been an educator for over 48 years and am currently a City University instructor and an educational / business consultant.   Three years ago I retired, for a second time, as the principal of a Preschool to Grade 10 independent school in Cranbrook, B.C..  During my career in the public-school system I was […]

David Quick, M.Ed.

Associate Faculty David began his teaching career in 1978 and since then has served in 8 different school districts in a variety of roles from teacher to superintendent in Newfoundland and Alberta. Throughout his 38-year career David has been an innovative educator and administrator who has always kept students as the focus. One of David’s […]

Brad Hutchinson, MA

Associate Faculty, M.Ed. In Leadership Program Brad Hutchinson has been a pioneering educator for 35 years, primarily in the Abbotsford School District. Just retired, Brad has been a District Principal for past 14 years after teaching Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics at W.J. Mouat Secondary in Abbotsford B.C. His district role involved creating and nurturing online and […]

Dave Elwood, B.Ed., M.Ed.

Dave Elwood is the Director of Human Resources for Wild Rose School Division.  Dave is responsible for all human resource leadership and management within WRSD.  He also supports the supervision and evaluation of new teachers in the division, works with universities to coordinate student teacher placements, and mentors new school administrators within the division. Dave […]

Gloria Antifaiff, M.Ed., Ph.D.

Dr. Antifaiff is currently the Dean, School of Education at Red Deer College. She is also the Board Chair for the Central Alberta Regional Consortium (CARC).  Prior to coming to Red Deer, she was a superintendent in a rural school division in Saskatchewan for several years.  Dr. Antifaiff has continued to teach throughout her administrative […]

Sue Montabello, Ph.D.

Sue Montabello is a passionate teacher and administrator whose work honours and nurtures the diversity of community, enabling others to come together to learn and thrive. Sue’s experience and understanding of developing a caring and compassionate community has led to documentation of her work in the NFB video Dare to Care: Transforming Schools through the […]

Dwaine Souveny, MSc., Chartered Psychologist

As a semi-retired educational psychologist, Dwaine enjoys a delightful balance of providing services to children, family and educators while participating in leisure time with family and friends. Dwaine has been an instructor at Red Deer College, written and contributed to a number of resources for Alberta Education and has facilitated professional development learning opportunities for […]

Brian Bieber, M.Ed

Brian’s professional experience includes twenty-nine years as a teacher and school administrator, and ten years as Associate Superintendent, Human Resources with the Red Deer Public School District. Brian holds a. B.Ed. degree (Biological Sciences major) from the University of Alberta, and M.Ed. degree in Educational Policy and Administrative Studies (specialization in Human Resources Administration) from […]

Brian Celli, M.Ed., CEC

“In every child, there is a promise. It is a promise to the future…” …And it is the work of a lifetime for this promise to be fully realized! Brian spent the bulk of his career helping teachers, school administrators, system leaders and other support workers develop the skills and understandings needed to engage effectively […]

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