Nicole Regush

Nicole Regush has been involved in education for 20 years and is currently an independent school administrator developing site-based inquiry with the UBC Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology and Special Education to optimize student achievement and instructional strategies through a reconceptualization of supervision. As one of the first schools in British Columbia to implement the RTI model supported by a site-based school psychologist, she has a strong belief in reflective, research-based instruction, data-informed decision making and organizational learning.

Rose Pillay

After twelve years as a successful high school science teacher and department head, Rose transitioned to the Superintendent’s Office (CISVA) to assume the role and responsibilities of an Educational Consultant for Secondary Schools. Now in her fifth year, she coordinates and/or facilitates varied professional development services (e.g. workshops, in-services on assessment for learning and curriculum development, networks, professional learning communities, etc…) for the six regional and three congregational high schools in the areas of best practice in curriculum and instruction.

Fr. Martin Moser

Fr. Martin Moser, OMI, is a great gift to us at the college. He holds a BA and Ph.L. from Ottawa University, an S.T.L. from the Gregorian in Rome and has studied in Jerusalem and Paris. He taught at Newman Theological College for many years and was academic dean for ten years. Fr. Martin also serves as pastor of St. Peter's Parish in New Westminster.

John Horgan

Rev. John Horgan is Pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul Parish in Vancouver. He is a regular face on EWTN and is on the Executive Board of the Catholic Education Resource Center.