Camille Logan is a Superintendent of Education (SO) in the York Region District school board serving 18 schools (K-12) in Ontario’s third largest school district. Prior to her appointment as SO, Camille was seconded to the role of Student Achievement Officer at the Ministry of Education serving school districts across the Greater Toronto Area. As a system leader in YRDSB, Camille was principal of Leadership Development and was also appointed as the first principal of Inclusive School and Community Services (ISCS). As a newly envisioned department, ISCS was specifically designed to address inequitable outcomes in education and to provide increased support to the school board’s most marginalized students and families. Camille’s career has also included a secondment at the Faculty of Education as Course Director for Teacher Candidates from K-8.
With extensive knowledge in the area of Equity and Inclusivity, Camille is often called upon at the various levels of education to support the development of policies, guidelines and professional learning. Camille has authored/contributed to the development of Ministry of Education policies, documents and resources (e.g. Culturally Responsive Pedagogy Monograph). Her doctoral work has focused on educational leadership and in collaboration with professors at OISE, Camille co-designed and delivered an innovative leadership program developed to mentor Indigenous and racialized aspiring school leaders.
Most recently, Camille’s work with school leaders has focused on Inclusive Design for Education; a school improvement planning process that addresses inequitable outcomes for students. As an innovative leader in education, Camille has been recognized for her work across the province and has also been invited to deliver professional learning internationally. Known for her expertise in education and longstanding involvement with community, Camille has been honored with several awards such as the Harmony Movement’s National Leadership in Education award and the Queen’s Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee award. Camille is also featured in the first 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women Book launched in 2016.