Board of Directors

The CPA relies on its Board of Directors to set policy that guides the organization.

CPA’s Board represents all aspects of psychology with representatives from across the country.

We are pleased to introduce you to CPA’s current Board of Directors.

Presidential Officers

President
Dr. Eleanor Gittens

Dr. Eleanor Gittens

Orillia, ON
term ending in June 2025

Incoming President & Director-At-Large
Dr. Anita Gupta

Dr. Anita Gupta

Halifax, NS
term ending in June 2026

Past President
Dr. Kerri Ritchie

Dr. Kerri Ritchie

Ottawa, ON
term ending in June 2024

Honorary President
Dr. Jean Augustine

Dr. Jean Augustine

Toronto, ON
term ending in June 2024

Directors

Director Representing Science
Dr. Adam Sandford

Dr. Adam Sandford

Toronto, ON
term ending in June 2026

Director Representing Practice
Dr. Mitch Colp

Dr. Mitch Colp

Airdrie, AB
term ending in June 2026

Director Representing Education
Dr. Meghan Norris

Dr. Meghan Norris

Kingston, ON
term ending in June 2026

Director-at-Large
Dr. Janine Hubbard

Dr. Janine Hubbard

St.John’s, NL
term ending in June 2024

Director-at-Large
Dr. Claire Sira

Dr. Claire Sira

Victoria, BC
term ending in June 2026

Director Representing Council of Sections (nominated by Section Chairs)
Dr. Amir Sepehry

Dr. Amir Sepehry

Vancouver, BC
term ending in June 2025

Student Section Representative
Ms. Anisa Nasseri

Ms. Anisa Nasseri

Vancouver, BC
term ending in June 2026

Partner Organizations

CPA Executive Officers

Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Lisa Votta-Bleeker

Dr. Lisa Votta-Bleeker

Should you need to contact any of the CPA’s Board of Directors, please contact the CPA at governance@cpa.ca.

Become a Board Member

CPA as an association is its members and the wealth of expertise, skill and knowledge they possess and share. Consider lending your time and expertise to a CPA activity; run for election to the Board of Directors, join the executive of a CPA Section, or volunteer to sit on a Board task force or Committee. This work brings tremendous opportunity to make a contribution to organized psychology in Canada and to the impact the science and practice of psychology has on public policy.  For more information on the wealth of opportunities within CPA, contact the executive office at executiveoffice@cpa.ca.

 

***Note***The CPA Board of Directors is volunteer based. Board members are not paid honorariums for their service to the association. The CPA reimburses travel and accommodations expenses for Board members to attend Board meetings following Government of Canada Treasury Board rates.