Caroline Picard

Assistant Superintendent | School District 93 – Conseil Scolaire Francophone
British Columbia Hub | CANADA

Caroline is an Assistant Superintendent for the provincial francophone school district in British Columbia working collaboratively to develop and to ensure a focus on student learning while fostering a vibrant and thriving educational environment. She is fully bilingual (English and French) with vast experience and skill set in K-12 setting as a teacher, school administrator, manager of professional learning and assistant superintendent.

Caroline believes in the power of compassion, courage and collaboration in driving lasting, systemic change that brings a level of expertise and commitment to enhance and promote the values, vision, and mission of the organization. She is a strong advocate for capacity building, equity, well-being, mental health, indigenous, inclusive education and for creating generative spaces where leadership can develop and thrive.  Caroline is passionate about coaching, design-thinking and agile approaches to leadership.

The Master Practitioner training is an opportunity to take an in-depth look at Compassionate Systems – As individuals, organizations and teams navigate through a profound change in education strengthening mental health and wellness this practice offers tools that inspires transformation with strategies that focus on sustaining ourselves, enhance our relationships and strategically improve our systems.