Nathan Ip | EPSB Trustee 

About Nathan Ip

Get to know Nathan

Nathan Ip is an advocate for equity and the inclusive education of individuals with developmental disabilities. He brings over 15 years of experience in youth engagement and community development. Nathan has also worked on province-wide youth engagement initiatives with the Ministry of Children's services and various ethno-cultural organizations serving new Canadians.

Previously, Nathan worked as a coordinator of inclusive post-secondary education at MacEwan University. He has served on several boards, including the Community Services Advisory Board for the City of Edmonton, Our House Addiction Recovery Centre and the Edmonton Food Bank.

"I believe we all have an important stake in public education. I'm excited to be serving my first term as Trustee and look forward to advancing equity and ensuring the success of all students."


Nathan's Experience includes:

  • Coordinator of the Inclusive Post-secondary Initiative – MacEwan University and Inclusion Alberta
  • Community Services Advisory Board – City of Edmonton
  • Alberta Disabilities Forum
  • Project Adult Literacy Society
  • Edmonton Food Bank Board of Directors
  • Development Program Instructor, Alberta Culture
  • Our House Addiction Recovery Centre Board of Directors
  • Board Development Program, Alberta Culture, Instructor
  • Edmonton Chinatown Revitalization Taskforce
  • Director, Assist Community Services
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