is currently a secondary school administrator for a provincial school board in Ontario, Canada.
Beverley is a long standing advocate for at-risk youth, life-long learning and peace education. She has been published by
the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation on teacher effectiveness and at-risk youth. She has served on the
Library Board for the Town of Newmarket and worked on the
implementation of community-based literacy programs.
Beverley has served as a facilitator for the Ontario Principals’ Council for their Bullying Prevention Programs. She was a Regional Coordinator for Peaceful Schools International and works as a resource for many schools as they work on sustaining a culture of civility, respect and peace using restorative
practices in their school communities. Beverley is Canadian Director of a school
community conflict transformation program called HIPP - Help Increase The Peace and Director of the Canadian Chapter – The PeaceClinic Institute.
She is a contributing member of the HOPE Foundation – Harnessing Optimism and Hope through Education where Desmund Tutu is the Honourary Chair. She believes that every person can make a difference through their uniqueness,
leadership abilities and peace building capacities.