Camille Williams-Taylor is the Director of Education at the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board. Over a thirty-year career, Camille Williams-Taylor has worked in education settings from Winnipeg to Montreal, with the better part of her career spent in schools and education systems in Ontario.
A graduate of the University of Manitoba and McGill University, Camille is currently serving as the Director of Education for the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board which is a district of 147 schools and over 75,000 students. Her previous experiences in education include roles at the Ministry of Education, York University’s Faculty of Education and at a number of school districts including Durham, Toronto and Peel.
While her experiences are varied, Camille’s commitment to student achievement through teaching excellence and equitable opportunities has been and continues to be the common thread. She believes that educators must ensure that each and every student has the tools to unleash their potential and author their own story.
Camille is a wife, and a mother to three daughters.
Camille is our Co-Keynote Speaker, along with Cindy Karugia at our Women’s Empowerment Panel Discussion. Reserve your FREE spot now so that you’ll have the opportunity to hear more about her professional and personal experiences as a Black woman in Canada.