Colleen began her career for the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board as a teacher.
She entered her first leadership position as an elementary viceprincipal in 2004, then elementary principal in 2007, and finally secondary principal in 2018.
Colleen is a graduate of Catholic elementary and secondary schools and has a Bachelor of Arts in English and Philosophy, as well as a Master of Education in Curriculum Studies.
A parishioner of St. Jerome Parish, Colleen is also a Eucharistic minister, a member of the sacramental preparation team, and a member of the Catholic Woman’s League.
Colleen is an advocate for social justice who believes that people are each called to live their lives in service of others.
She volunteers for a variety of social justice initiatives and is currently a member of the Hope Alliance
Christopher began his career with the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board in September 1999 as an elementary teacher; he entered his leadership role as vice-principal in
September 2004 in the elementary sector, and then moved to secondary in 2010.
He graduated from McGill and Nipissing Universities with his Bachelor of Education and Masters of Education In Educational Leadership respectively.
Parishioners at St. Veronica Parish, Christopher and his wife, Lorie, are also Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, and participate in a variety of initiatives in their faith community.
Christopher serves on the Board of Governors for Sault College, is a Rotarian for Sault North Rotary, and is the Executive Treasurer of the Catholic Principals’ Council of Ontario – SSM.
Tiziana has served the Huron-Superior Catholic District School Board since 2001, as a classroom teacher, Student Work Study Teacher, Technology and Learning Teacher, Numeracy Facilitator,
and elementary school Vice-Principal.
Tiziana graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an honours degree in anthropology with a specialization in linguistics.
She earned her Bachelor of Education from the University of Windsor.
Tiziana and her family are parishioners of St. Gregory’s Parish. She and her husband have been involved in the Marriage Preparation Course to support couples in receiving the sacrament of Marriage.
Tiziana also serves as a Eucharistic minister for the school communities.
ARCH Hospice is a cause Tiziana and her family believe in and support through volunteer work and attendance at special events.
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