Currently the President and Vice Chancellor of a large, multi-disciplinary post-secondary institution renowned globally for an ethos of trailblazing, Dr. Janet Morrison is an educator, thought leader, and change agent. She draws on her 35 years of experience leading learning communities in Canada and the United States, to show leaders how to maximize human and organizational potential in order to meet the realities of a complex world.
In 2018, Morrison was named the 8th President and Vice Chancellor of Sheridan College, where she had previously assumed the role of Provost and Vice President, Academic. Prior to joining Sheridan, Morrison spent 17 years at York University working in various roles focused on learning, discovery, and engagement, most recently serving as Vice-Provost, Students. She has also held leadership positions and taught at the University of Guelph, Bowling Green State University, Medical College of Ohio, and George Brown College.
Morrison is passionate about maximizing human potential, organizational development, and community engagement. She served on York’s Board of Governors and was awarded York University’s President’s Leadership Award in 2010.