Board of Directors
In response to being elected President of the BCSTA in 2017, he made the following statement. “I’d like to thank my colleagues for the trust they’ve placed in me and the Board of Directors. BCSTA is bigger than the sum of our parts – our strength is in our diversity, and we look forward to representing our local communities and addressing the particular needs of students across the province.”
As Chair of the SD51 (Boundary) Board of Education, she was first elected as trustee in 1999 and is a proud resident of Grand Forks, BC.
A mother to four adult children, all successful graduates of BC’s public education system, Teresa knows firsthand the critical connection between a robust and healthy public education system and the future success of our children and BC.
As a leader, Teresa believes in the power of respectful dialogue and engagement.
Chief Executive Officer
A mother of two teenaged children, Carolyn is passionate about public education and believes that we need to continue to work to ensure that every student in our K-12 system gets the support and individualized attention they need to reach their full potential.
Alan and his wife Linda enjoy their blended family of four adult children and spend a lot of their time with their five grandchildren.
Donna has been the co-chair of the BCSTA Election Engagement Committee, BCSTA Aboriginal Committee Board Liaison and an ELL Consortium member. She has been School Distirct 38 Chair, Vice Chair and has served on many committees. She is actively involved with the Metro Branch.