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Vicky Pearson

Assistant to the Principal
Office: CI-101
Office hours: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

As assistant to the Principal of the SCPA and the Graduate Program Assistant, Victoria undertakes the day to day operations of the school along with administrative aspects of the school’s academic programs.  A Graduate of the CED Program in 2003 and community activist she worked in the community sector for many years in the areas of social justice and anti-poverty and in welfare advocacy, information and referral, and women’s empowerment programs.  Victoria brings the knowledge which she gained through front line advocacy, grassroots community organizing and program facilitation to the SCPA in her work and as a resource person for students and faculty of the School.

Her close ties with the community sector continue as a volunteer and member of Women AWARE in downtown Montreal and as a member of Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network (QUESCREN).

Perry Calce

Perry’s responsibilities include the recruitment and admission of students to the Undergraduate and Graduate Programs. He is the academic advisor for both the Undergraduate and Graduate Programs. He is also responsible for all aspects of the School's undergraduate internship program. Furthermore, he assists the Principal with various administrative and operating tasks, as well as with curriculum planning. Perry has also been involved in the voluntary sector for many years.

Perry has also been involved in the voluntary sector for many years. He is presently President of the Board of Directors of the Park Extension Youth Organization (PEYO). He also serves on the Board of Directors of the CSSS De la Montagne, the CEDEC and CDEC Centre –Nord.  Perry was also Concordia University’s representative on the Canadian Advisory Committee of CED Ukraine project as well as on the project Joint Steering Committee. He was retained on several occasions as a consultant by the Canadian Bureau for International Education.  He is also  a member of the governing board of Dunrae Gardens. In the past, Perry chaired and was a member of various committees at Centraide of Greater Montreal. In 2013, he was awarded The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his community engagement.

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