Thursday, September 29, 2016
The Empire Club of Canada Presents:
Ms. Deryn Lavell, Head of School, The Bishop Strachan School On Women & Education in Canada: How Far We’ve Come. How Far We Have To Go
Part of our Sesquicentennial Series Honouring Canada’s 150th.
Deryn Lavell is a highly respected educational leader with over 30 years experience in Canada and internationally. With a Master of Educational Administration and Bachelor of Education from the University of Victoria, B.C., Ms. Lavell’s career has taken her from the classrooms of Alert Bay, Prince Rupert and Victoria, B.C., to increasingly senior roles in the United Arab Emirates and Canada. Currently she is Head of School at The Bishop Strachan School, BSS, soon to celebrate its 150th anniversary alongside Canada, making it this country’s oldest day and boarding school for girls. She is a powerful advocate for equality and empowering girls with the confidence they need to thrive in an increasingly complex world, a philosophy that has distinguished her leadership at BSS.
Ms. Deryn Lavell, Head of School, The Bishop Strachan School
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