Our Staff

Teachers and staff make EA, EA Adults and Magnussen the special places that they are for helping children and adults strengthen their brains. They are educated, experienced, caring and dedicated professionals. Please read their bios below to find out more about them.

 

Administration Staff

Howard Eaton
Founder and Director
Lori Leung
Office Manager
Sarah Cohen
Head of Schools
Mark Bleasdale
CIO and Facilities Manager
Naoko Yamaguchi
Chief Financial Officer
Rose McLachlan
Registrar
Sandra Heusel
Admissions and Marketing Director

School Staff

Berenice Lewis
Principal
Vancouver
Tracy McCammant
Principal
Redmond
Daniela Francis
Director
Vancouver
Kelsey Hanna
Principal
White Rock
Andrea Burns
(On Maternity Leave)
Vancouver
Ashley Johnson
Cognitive Teacher
Vancouver
Bonnie Twohig
(On Maternity Leave)
Vancouver
Carrie Boutilier
Vice Principal, Magnussen
Vancouver
Christina Clarke
Receptionist
Vancouver
Danielle Jodoin
Cognitive Teacher
Vancouver
Denise Reyes
Teaching Assistant
Vancouver
Emily Lunney
Cognitive Teacher
Vancouver
Estellise Leung
Head Cognitive Teacher & Math Teacher

Vancouver
Ingrid Monderman
Head Academic Teacher
Vancouver
Jacob Saltzman
Cognitive Teacher
Redmond
Jessica Culpitt
Vice Principal, EA
Vancouver
Kelsi Gillies
English Teacher
Vancouver
Lacey Puhl
Receptionist
Redmond
Luciana Holmes
Cognitive Teacher
Vancouver
Maia Vezina
Elementary Teacher
Vancouver
Maria Helena Avancini
Student Aide
Vancouver
Marta Davis
Academics Teacher
White Rock
Meagan Trayers
Head Cognitive Teacher
White Rock
Rafael Croisetiere
Head Cognitive Teacher
Vancouver
Renaty Layton
School Counselor
Vancouver
Sangeeta Venkatramani
Student Aide
White Rock
Shagee Gnanenthra
Math Teacher
Vancouver
Silvia Ferrari
Cognitive Teacher
Vancouver
Sophia Jia
Student Aide
Vancouver
Stephanie Dunn
Cognitive Teacher
Vancouver
Theresa Loverock
Cognitively Trained Teacher's Aide
Vancouver
Victoria Tool
Cognitive Instructor, AM
Vancouver
Will Cullen
Cognitive Teacher
Vancouver
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October 16, 2018

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October 9, 2018

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