CACUSS Board of Directors - 2016-2017
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(From left: Terry McQuaid, Marcelle Mullings, Christine Adam, Jennifer Hamilton, Pat Pardo, Dale Mullings, Angie Clarke, David Newman, Jack Dobbs)
Patricia Pardo, President
David Newman, Past President
David Newman is the Director, Student Life at the University of Toronto and has held various other positions at the University of Toronto, including as Interim Director, Office of the Vice-Provost, Students and as Assistant Director, Student Life. Prior to his time at U of T, David worked for several years at the University of Alberta in various roles. He received both his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education degrees from the University of Alberta.
Angie Clarke, Finance Director
Angie Clarke is the Director, Student Affairs for the Marine Institute Campus of Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. She holds both a B.Sc. (Biochemistry) and a M.Ed. (Post-Secondary Studies) from Memorial University of Newfoundland and is currently a doctorate candidate in Higher Education Leadership at the University of Calgary. As the Director of Student Affairs, has responsibility for Student Support, Placement Office, Student Recruitment and Health and Wellness.
Anne Bartlett, Director-at-Large / Communities of Practice
Anne Bartlett is the Coordinator of Pathways to Academic Success at the University of Prince Edward Island with responsibilities including the development and coordination of academic support programs and student life initiatives. Prior to her work at UPEI, Anne was Residence Life Manager at Dalhousie University. Anne is also a member of the Atlantic Association of College and University Student Services (AACUSS) having completed her term as President in June 2015. Anne received her BA from UPEI, BEd from the University of Maine and MEd from Mount Saint Vincent University. Anne currently serves as Director at Large, CoP.
Marcelle Mullings, Director-at-Large / Professional Development
Marcelle Mullings is a dispute resolution advisor at York University in the Office of Student Conflict Resolution. She has an extensive background, including student conduct, student life, academic operations, registarial services, program review, enrollment services, and academic planning. She has specialized in roles aimed at enhancing student success and engagement while working in post-secondary institutions in the private, college and university sector. Marcelle currently serves as Finance Director for the CACUSS Board.
Terry McQuaid, Director-at-Large / Policy
Christine Adam, Director-at-Large / Advocacy
Christine Adam is the Dean of Students at Thompson Rivers University (TRU) in Kamloops, B.C. where she provides leadership to a diverse team of professionals on campus that support students’ personal, academic and social and career development. Christine completed a BA in English Literature at the University of Ottawa, followed by a Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language (CTESL) and an MA in Applied Language Studies at Carleton University. Prior to coming to TRU in 2010, she worked for 20 years at Carleton University in a number of positions that provided support to students transitioning into post-secondary studies. On the CACUSS Board, she is a Director-at-Large focusing on advocacy.
Jack Dobbs, Director-at-Large / Research and Recognition
Dale Mullings, Director-at-Large / Communities of Practice
Dale Mullings is the Assistant Dean, Students & International Initiatives at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM). His portfolio includes the International Education Centre, Department of Student Housing & Residence Life, Department of Student Life and Office of Student Transition. A Ph.D. candidate in Higher Education at the Ontario Institute for the Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, his research interests include student development and success in higher education, international students, first-generation students, student housing and improving the quality of the student experience.