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. Nicole studied theology and Christian philosophy at the University of Alberta and went on to complete two undergraduate degrees at the University of British Columbia with focuses in philosophy, theology, literacy and second languages (BA, 1990; BEd, 1992). She later completed two graduate degrees: a Master of Arts focusing on educational assessment, cognitive development and literacy (2000) and then a Master of Education in Special Education and Educational Leadership at UBC (2007). Her research in phonemic awareness development in school-aged children was presented at the University of Texas and the University of Toronto. Her research findings were subsequently published in two literacy journals. She is delighted to be a part of the St. Mark’s team and to be working with educational and Catholic leaders.