Certified to teach in Ontario: 2007
Current employment: Teacher
Employer: Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir
|Université d'État d'Haïti, Haïti
|University of Ottawa
Began his career in 2007 as a teacher with the Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir. Also teaches in the faculty of education of the University of Ottawa (Toronto campus). Prior to this position, was an activity leader with the Public Health Agency of Canada as part of the Amélioration des compétences en santé publique (improving public health skills) program, and participated in reviewing the Spanish curriculum for the Ministry of Education. In addition, in 2010, was part of the Appui en tout temps (ongoing support) program, funded by the Ministry of Education. The purpose of this program was to provide support to students having trouble in mathematics.
Holds a BA from the UEH, an M.Sc. from the Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (Mexico) and a B.Ed from the University of Ottawa, where he is completing a DES degree in program review.
Since the enactment of the Ontario College of Teachers Act on July 5, 1996, the College has contributed to providing quality education by licensing teachers and accrediting teacher education programs. Furthermore, it protects the public interest through its monitoring, investigation and competency-tracking system, while ensuring compliance with professional and ethical standards, and implementing a disciplinary process. Finally, it is governed by a Council of 37 members whose mission is to formulate proposals and approve regulations for the profession.
Has done extensive volunteer work within his union on compliance with workplace standards, conditions and safety in several capacities: as a member of the executive committee of his unit, as a union representative, as a member of the advisory committee of his school, and as a member of the occupational health and safety committee of his school board. Furthermore, from 2012 to 2017, sat on the relief grant committee of the Association des enseignantes et des enseignants franco-ontariens (AEFO). Issues that he is particularly committed to include labour relations, program evaluation, school safety and student performance. In keeping with his mission and values, is the founding member of Réseau d’Appui Plus, an organization offering free tutoring to children from cultural communities.
Eligible nominators (Registration)
- Vincent Charbonneau, OCT (200457)
- Kenneth Day, OCT (439249)
- Julie Désautels, OCT (650604)
- Mamadou Diaby, OCT (618743)
- Krystel Dufour, OCT (629624)
- Martin Dupont, OCT (652362)
- Barbara Nowak, OCT (491708)
- Marie-Claude Préfontaine, OCT (535130)
- Pamela Ross, OCT (672060)
- Matthew Stewart, OCT (602769)
- Cynthia Tokai, OCT (562569)
- Eric Wilcox, OCT (191771)
1. Charles Dimitry Abraham attests that he is eligible and willing to be nominated, meets all the requirements to run for the French-Language Roman Catholic Board – Secondary position, and to serve on Council, confirms that all information provided is accurate and agrees to the publication of this information (in response to questions 1, 2, 3, 6 and 7 of the Candidate Statement part of his Nomination).
2. Charles Dimitry Abraham does not hold an excluded position that would prevent him from serving on Council (in response to question 4 of the Candidate Statement part of his Nomination).
3. Charles Dimitry Abraham acknowledges that, if elected, he will be required to swear an oath or make an affirmation to serve in the public interest prior to assuming a Council position (in response to question 5 of the Candidate Statement part of his Nomination).