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Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association Announces Its 2017-18 Provincial Executive

Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association Announces Its 2017-18 Provincial Executive

The Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA) welcomes its new President, Liz Stuart, who will begin her two-year term on July 1, 2017.

President Stuart has been an active OECTA member for 25 years and was elected First Vice-President on the Provincial Executive in 2015. Beginning her teaching career in 1992, Stuart taught in the elementary panel with the York Catholic District School Board, where she served as York Unit President from 2009 to 2014. A passionate advocate of Catholic education, human rights, workers’ rights, and social justice, Stuart has served on a number of committees and working groups both at OECTA and for various national and international organizations.

Joining President Stuart, OECTA’s newly elected Provincial Executive members are:

 
Past President

Ann Hawkins, Dufferin-Peel Secondary

First Vice-President

Warren Grafton, Waterloo

Second Vice-President

Barb Dobrowolski, Eastern Ontario

Third Vice-President

Andrew Donihee, Eastern Ontario

Treasurer

Michel Derikx, Hamilton-Wentworth

Councillor

René Jansen in de Wal, Toronto Secondary

Councillor

Anthony Rocchio, Sudbury Elementary

OTF Table Officer

Chris Cowley, Brant Haldimand Norfolk

 

Additionally, the following five members were elected to the positions of Governor with the Ontario Teachers’ Federation (OTF):

  • Rick Belisle, Nipissing Secondary,
  • Chris Cowley, Brant Haldimand Norfolk
  • Tracey Pecarski, Renfrew
  • Sean Roberts, Halton Secondary
  • Andrew Robertson, Dufferin-Peel Secondary
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