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.
|President||Dr. Kimberly Corace||Ottawa, ON
|term ending in June 2022|
|Incoming President||Vacant||term ending in June 2023|
|Past President||Dr. Ian Nicholson||London, ON||term ending in June 2021|
|Honorary President||Vacant||term ending in June 2021|
|Director Representing Science||Dr. Jean Saint-Aubin||Moncton, NB||term ending in June 2022|
|Director Representing Practice||Dr. Shelley Goodwin||Yarmouth, NS||term ending in June 2023|
|Director Representing Education||Dr. Kerri Ritchie||Ottawa, ON||term ending in June 2023|
|Director-at-Large||Dr. Elizabeth Church||Halifax, NS||term ending in June 2023|
|Director-at-Large||Dr. David Danto||Guelph, ON||term ending in June 2022|
|Director-at-Large||Dr. Ada Sinacore||Montral, QC||term ending in June 2022|
|Director Representing Council of Sections||Dr. Laurie Ford||Vancouver, BC||term ending in June 2022|
|Student Section Representative||Ms Alejandra Botia||Vancouver, BC||term ending in June 2023|
|Council of Canadian Departments of Psychology (CCDP) Representative||Dr. Sandra Byers||Fredericton, NB||term ending in June 2022|
|Canadian Council of Professional Psychology Programs (CCPPP) Representative||Dr. Kerri Ritchie||Ottawa, ON|
|Canadian Society for Brain, Behaviour and Cognitive Science (CSBBCS) Representative||Dr. Randall Jamieson||Winnipeg, MB|
|Council of Professional Associations of Psychologists (CPAP) Representative||Dr. Judi Malone||St. Paul, AB||term ending in June 2021|
CPA Executive Officers
|Chief Executive Officer||Dr. Karen R. Cohen||Ottawa, ONfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Deputy Chief Executive Officer||Dr. Lisa Votta-Bleeker||Ottawa, ONemail@example.com|
Should you need to contact any of the CPA’s Board of Directors, please contact the CPA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.