Partners and Advisory Panel members


  1. Association of Early Childhood Educators of Ontario (AECEO): Represented by Anne Wright.
  2. Association francophone pour l’enseignement des mathématiques en Ontario (AFEMO): Marie-Hélène d’Amour est présidente de L’AFEMO.
  3. Canadian Mathematical Society (CMS; Represented by Peter Taylor, Queen’s University.
  4. Catholic Principals’ Council of Ontario (CPCO; . Represented by Luciana Cardarelli, who is the Program and Member Services Coordinator.
  5. First Nations, Métis & Inuit Education Association of Ontario (FNMIEAO; FNMIEAO is a provincial association representing First Nations, Métis and Inuit Studies and Indigenous language teachers. FNMIEAO will be represented on the MKN-AP by Co-Chair Jodie Williams.
  6. Greater Essex County District School Board (GECDSB; Represented by Clara Howitt, Superintendent, Program and Professional Learning.
  7. Mathematics Leadership Network (MLN; Represented by Tim Graves, ‎Team Lead (NE Region), Student Achievement Division, Ministry of Education.
  8. Mathematics Leadership Network Toronto Region (MLNTO): Represented by Maria Ivankovic & Jacqueline Herman, Team Leads (Toronto Region), Student Achievement Division, Ministry of Education.
  9. Mathematics Leadership & Learning Network (ML2N; Represented by Sandra Peirce, Instruction and Assessment Facilitator at SCDSB; Andrea Gillespie, Field Team Lead, Barrie Region, Ministry of Education.
  10. North West Mathematics Leadership & Learning Network ( Represented by Nancy Petrick, Superintendent of Education, currently on secondment with the Ministry of Education’s Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat.
  11. Ontario Association for Mathematics Education (OAME; OAME is represented on the MKN-AP by past OAME President Judy Mendaglio, who is a member of the CME executive.
  12. Ontario Mathematics Coordinators Association (OMCA; Represented by Cathy Chaput, Program Coordinator at Wellington Catholic DSB, and current president of OMCA, as well as Irene McEvoy, Provincial Mathematics Facilitator and Consultant.
  13. Ontario Principal’s Council (OPC; Represented by Cam Fraser, Professional Learning Lead.
  14. Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA; Represented by Belinda Russo, First Vice-President Dufferin-Peel Elementary; Susan Perry, Head of Professional Development.
  15. Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF; Represented by Rob Dubyk, Executive Assistant.
  16. South Western Ontario Association for Mathematics Education (SWOAME; Elizabeth Pearsall, Chapter Representative.
  17. Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB; Represented by Joe Russo, 21st Century Learning.
  18. Toronto District School Board (TDSB; Represented by Ralph Walker, Principal, St. Andrews PS.
  19. TVO ( Katina Papulkas is the Director of Educational Partnerships and directly responsible for TeachOntario.
  20. Wellington Catholic District School Board (WCDSB; Represented by Jeff Cummings, E-Learning Coordinator.


  1. Brock University. Represented by Chantal Buteau who is Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics.
  2. Huron University College. Represented by Donna Kotsopoulos, Provost and Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Science.
  3. Lakehead University. Represented by  Ann Kajander, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education.
  4. Laurentian University. Represented by Serge Demers, Registrar and Secretary to Senate.
  5. Nipissing University. Represented by  Daniel Jarvis, Professor of graduate and mathematics education at the Schulich School of Education.
  6. Queen’s University. Represented by  Lynda Colgan, Professor of Elementary Mathematics Education and Director of the Queen’s Education Community Outreach Centre.
  7. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto ( Represented by Bev Caswell, Assistant Professor and Director of the Robertson Program for Inquiry-Based Teaching in Mathematics and Science, OISE/UT.
  8. Trent University. Represented by Tara Flynn, Research Associate, Faculty of Education.
  9. University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Represented by Ami Mamolo, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education.
  10. UOIT STEAM-3D MAKER LAB. Janette Hughes, Canada Research Chair in Technology & Pedagogy, UOIT.
  11. University of Ottawa. Represented by Richard Barwell, Dean and Professor at the Faculty of Education, and Leader of the Mathematics Education Research Unit (MERU).
  12. University of Toronto. Represented by Joanna Sheridan, Outreach & Special Projects Officer, Department of Mathematics, U of T.
  13. University of Windsor. Represented by Dragana Martinovic, Professor at the Faculty of Education.
  14. Western University. Represented by George Gadanidis, Professor of mathematics education.
  15. Wilfrid Laurier University. Represented by Jennifer Holm, Assistant Professor.
  16. York University. Represented by Ms. Anna Jupp, Director of Professional Learning Programs and formerly the Mathematics/Numeracy Coordinator at TDSB and OAME President and Vice President.