Associate Vice-President, Academic and Indigenous Programs, Laurentian University
Dominic Beaudry is currently the Associate Vice-President of Academic and Indigenous Programs at Laurentian University. His work with the Office of Academic and Indigenous Programs currently includes advocating, expanding and revitalizing Indigenous Programs while taking an interdisciplinary approach for delivery. He supports the equity, diversity and inclusion planning the school has been working to improve. His previous work experiences also include Education Officer with the Student Achievement Division at the Ministry of Education, Teacher/ Consultant with the Sudbury Catholic District School Board and Education Director with the Wikwemikong Board of Education.
Dominic is quite engaged in community and committee work. He is currently a member of the Northeast Indigenous Advisory Committee at Science North, Program Advisory Committee Member at Cambrian College, Indigenous Cultural Integrity Advisory Committee Member at Tourism Ontario, and the OCAV Degree Level Expectations Working Group member at Council of Ontario Universities.
Dominic holds a master of arts degree in history from the University of Toronto, a bachelor of education degree from Queen’s University, and a bachelor of arts joint major degree in history and Indigenous studies from Trent University. Over the years his career has included teaching, planning and administration work.