Sue Taylor-Foley has held a variety of teaching and administrative positions within the education systems in Nova Scotia, Ontario and the United States. She has always been an early adopter and when she decided to work with the Nova Scotia government accepted the position of Director of Learning Resources and Technology Services. Sue is currently the Executive Director of Education Innovation Programs and Services with the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.
Sue has a graduate certificate in Workplace Innovation from Royal Roads University, an MEd from Georgia College, a BEd from Queen’s University and a BA from McMaster University.
As we begin to place a greater emphasis on innovation for our future economy, it is imperative that the systems in place to nurture, train and grow the next generation of leaders, are assessed and updated accordingly. Educational institutions – from kindergarten to post-secondary – lay the framework for how young minds perceive the world […]