As the former Supervisor and Principal of a First Nation School, Angelina Pilon focused on curriculum; the budget; employee relations; and meeting the academic, social, physical, and emotional needs of the kindergarten through 12th grade students. In this capacity, she continued to build relationships with ministry staff, community partners, families of Inuit and Métis aboriginal peoples, and focus on the needs of the students. Angelina Pilon has also worked as chair of the school’s Safe and Inclusive Education Committee. As part of her distinguished career in education she taught as an international teacher in Israel and Egypt through a University study program. Over the course of 13 years, Angelina Pilon taught primary, junior, and intermediate students at elementary schools in Ontario. After serving as Vice Principal, Ms. Pilon accepted a position of Principal. Angelina Pilon also did several years of teaching the Principal Qualification Program as a Nipissing University Supervisor and Instructor. She earned a Bachelor of Education, and Angelina Pilon received a Master of Education. She also completed the Principal’s Qualification Program, Parts One and Two, and Ontario Supervisory Officers certification. In addition, Angelina Pilon has fulfilled considerable professional development coursework related to social justice, safe-schools strategies, leadership, equity and inclusive education, and numerous other topics pertinent to successfully educating students in the 21st century.