Our Staff

Teachers and staff make EA and EA Adults 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
Sarah Cohen
Head of Schools
Sandra Heusel
Admissions and Marketing Director
Rose McLachlan
Registrar
Naoko Yamaguchi
Chief Financial Officer
Mark Bleasdale
CIO, Teaching Aide and Facilities Manager
Lori Leung
Accounts Manager

School Staff

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Tracy McCammant
Principal
Redmond
Daniela Francis
Director
Vancouver
Kelsey Hanna
Principal
White Rock
Ashley Johnson
Cognitive Teacher
Vancouver
Christina Clarke
Receptionist
Vancouver
Denise Reyes
Teaching Assistant
Vancouver
Emily Lunney
Cognitive Teacher
Vancouver
Estellise Leung
Head Cognitive Teacher & Math Teacher

Vancouver
Jacob Saltzman
Cognitive Teacher
Redmond
Kelsi Gillies
English Teacher
Vancouver
Lacey Puhl
Receptionist
Redmond
Luciana Holmes
Cognitive Teacher
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
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
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July 5, 2019

Download the article here. After a decade of working alongside Barbara Arrowsmith-Young, the Founder of the Arrowsmith Program, I wondered if there was a way to bring her program to more children and adults with learning disabilities. Was there a way to reduce the intervention length, but maintain the quality…  Read More »

July 3, 2019

Download the article here.   Should my child with a learning disability attempt to improve brain functioning or try to survive through core academic subjects? If this opportunity exists for a parent, and I am aware that such options do not exist for most parents at this time either due…  Read More »