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Liz Davis

Liz Davis is currently the superintendent in York Region District School Board in Ontario. She is passionate about school improvement with a particular interest in resilience and working to improve outcomes for students in underperforming/underserved schools.

Liz Davis

Liz Davis is currently the superintendent in York Region District School Board in Ontario. She is passionate about school improvement with a particular interest in resilience and working to improve outcomes for students in underperforming/underserved schools. She has been a member of several school teams working to improve student achievement and well-being for over 10 years as a classroom teacher, special education resource teacher, literacy teacher mentor, and administrator.

Among her publications, Liz contributed a chapter in The Principal Reader: Narratives of Experience edited by Darrin Griffiths and Scott Lowrey (2017). Working with youth from vulnerable communities in collaboration with the Ontario Humane Society resulted in a paper titled “Building a Bright Future: Humane Education From Theory to Practice,” which she delivered at a conference at Oxford University in 2019. This paper was also presented at the Unesco Conference in May 2021.

Liz received a master’s degree in education focused on language and learning from York University.