Joe Jamieson, Misconduct & Regulatory Advisor (SME)
In 2020, Joe retired as Deputy Registrar of the Ontario College of Teachers.
Certified to teach in Quebec in 1992, Joe began his career in education with the Halton Catholic District School Board where he served as a teacher and curriculum consultant. Since 2001 he has held various positions at the College including Director of the Standards of Practice and Accreditation department and Director of the Investigations and Hearings department. He holds a MEd from the University of Toronto, a BA from the University of Waterloo, and a Diploma in Secondary Education from McGill University.
Joe had multiple responsibilities including managing the College’s financial systems, including its $43 million-dollar annual operating budget and worked closely with the 37 elected and appointed members of the College’s governing Council. Joe championed several major College initiatives and presented frequently to community partners.
Joe belongs to the Council on Licensure Enforcement and Regulation’s international relations committee. He is the past Chair of the Professional Practices Committee of the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification (NASDTEC) and the recipient of its 2015 Doug Bates Award. From June 2013 – June 2019, he was a publicly appointed member on the Council of the College of Nurses of Ontario.
Joe is a compelling and sought-after presenter within the education and regulatory sector. He speaks frequently at regulatory and education conferences on topics such as professional boundaries and conduct, the use of social media, ethical leadership, governance, and LGBTQ+ issues in the workplace and in education.