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Location: Delta Hotel Toronto Airport & Conference Centre in Toronto
Theme: Connected by Complexity & Design
April 6, 2019 – Pre-Conference Workshops (optional)
April 7 – 9, 2019 – National Leaders Conference
Learn more and register: Conference webpage 
Download the Conference Floor Plan here.

Conference Schedule:
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Martha Perry

St. Clement's School
Principal
Martha has been Principal of St. Clement’s School (SCS), one of Canada’s leading independent schools for girls, since August 2010. Martha has a wealth of experience in the independent school system, working with staff and with students at all levels and in all aspects of school administration. She was Assistant Head of Academics at Pickering College, and has been Director of Admissions at SCS and Director of Academic Support and the Advisor program at Trinity College. Martha has worked with junior school students at Crestwood School and at Montcrest School, where she was Junior Division Representative. Martha has been an instructor for CAIS Leadership Institute, co-teaching the Accreditation and School Improvement Module, and teaching the Women and Leadership module. She is currently co-leading the Heads’ Institute, a retreat for CAIS Heads of School. Martha holds a Masters’ of Education degree from Nipissing University, a Bachelor of Education degree from York University, and an undergraduate degree in Sociology from McMaster University. She has coordinated two CAIS (formerly CESI, Canadian Educational Standards Institute) Internal Evaluation processes, at Montcrest School and Pickering College, and has been a member of four CAIS accreditation visiting committees. She is a past member of the Conference of Independent Schools of Ontario Board, and is currently President of the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools Board of Trustees.