Max has served in a leadership capacity with the CEA/EdCan Network since 2007, and is currently CEO. He manages a strategy to strengthen this pan-Canadian network’s visibility among broader public audiences so as to positively influence the education policy and practice narratives.
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 Manager
Sophie develops knowledge mobilization strategies using digital and traditional communications to engage Canadians into a conversation about transforming public education.
Sarah leads the planning, communications, coordination, and conducting of research and knowledge mobilization outputs. Her research interests include social-emotional development of children, program evaluation and, in particular, analyzing school-based supports that promote positive mental health in children.
Karl brings an open, creative mind and unique, dynamic ideas to each nonprofit partner he works with.
With a wide, rich variety of hands-on fundraising and nonprofit management experience, Karl honed his skills in working in multi-disciplinary teams that led to the emergence of Pathways to Education, the Ontario Council of Articulation and Transfer, Ottawa’s Aberdeen Pavilion and Toronto’s Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts to name just a few.
Serving as our Development Manager, Karl has brought the organization through a development rebirth by establishing a solid donor base, annual fund, major donor relationships and special events.
With personalized, proven strategies, effective training, and dynamic programs, Karl has helped the organization and its leaders address development concerns with new eyes, new focus, and new enthusiasm.
English Editor of Education Canada Magazine
French Editor of Education Canada Magazine
Annie Côté is the Education Canada Magazine French Editor. After working 18 years as a high school teacher, Annie worked three years at the Quebec Ministry of Education and Advanced Learning as a knowledge transfer consultant. She is now a knowledge transfer consultant at LLio, the Open Innovation Lab, at Cégep de Rivière-du-Loup, Quebec. During her professional career, she has also worked for the International Baccalaureate Organization, the RÉCIT national des arts and has given several training sessions and conferences in Quebec and France on innovation and the use of technology in teaching.