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Languages Canada
Board of Directors

Languages Canada is governed by a Board composed of a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 16 directors elected by the membership at the Annual General Meeting of the association. Board members serve a two year term.

During the Annual General Meeting held on Saturday, March 2, 2024 Languages Canada members welcomed their Board of Directors for 2024.

Executive Committee


ACTING PRESIDENT

Gary Gervais

Heartland International English School

Private sector

Manitoba
Ontario

VICE PRESIDENT

Cath D'Amico

Trent University

Public sector

Ontario

TREASURER &
ACTING VICE PRESIDENT

Christopher Mediratta

ILSC Education Group

Private sector

British-Columbia
Ontario
Québec

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT

Sharon Curl

Oxford International Education Group

Private sector

British Columbia
Ontario
Nova Scotia

SECRETARY

Stéphane Lemelin

Collège Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière

Public sector

Québec

Directors


Robin Adams

Centre of English Studies (CES)

Private sector

British Columbia
Ontario

Jesse Black-Allen

Seneca Polytechnic

Public sector

Ontario

Veronica Cartagenova

Collège Canada / Canada College

Private sector

Québec

Angela Johnston

International Language Academy of Canada (ILAC)

Private sector

British Columbia
Ontario

Evan Lavoie

University of Ottawa Centre for Language Learning

Public sector

Ontario

Kerrianne MacKenzie

Cape Breton Language Centre

Private sector

Nova Scotia

Shaun MacLeod

Canadian College of English Language (CCEL)

Private sector

British Columbia

Lisa Morgan

University of Toronto English Language Program

Public sector

Ontario

Sheri Rhodes

Mount Royal University

Public sector

Alberta

Corinne Whitney

Georgian College

Public sector

Ontario