Interim CEO (Director of the EdCan Network)/Director of Communications
Reporting to the Chair and with the advice of the Board of Directors and Advisory Council, the Interim CEO sets the strategic direction of the EdCan Network. This includes providing strategic leadership to ensure that the EdCan Network is driven by its vision, mission and principles and focused on research, initiatives and activities that leverage our publications and events to seize a stronger pan-Canadian position and voice among broader public audiences, influence an educational innovation and equity research and policy narrative, and strengthen the network’s value among existing and potential EdCan Network members. The Interim CEO negotiates funding agreements and is accountable for the effective management of the organization’s operations, communications, partnerships and achievement of its objectives.
Mia San Jose
The Operations Manager is responsible for the day-to-day financial, operational, human resource and office administration. This includes providing overall financial oversight, monitoring and reporting, managing membership recruitment and retention and publication advertising, and managing event logistics while liaising with a network of suppliers to ensure efficiency and cost-effectiveness and facilitating data-driven decision-making in all aspects of the organization’s affairs.
Digital Marketing Coordinator
Sophie develops knowledge mobilization strategies using digital and traditional communications to engage Canadians into a conversation about transforming public education.
English Editor of Education Canada Magazine
Francophone Editor of Education Canada Magazine
Gilles provides strategic counsel for the network’s financial, HR and business planning.