A Proud Edmontonian & Community Builder.
Nathan Ip, Trustee
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 second term as Trustee and look forward to advancing equity and ensuring the success of all students.”Nathan IpEPSB Trustee
Alberta Coordinator, HEADSTRONG Initiative
Coordinator of the Inclusive Post-secondary Initiative
Community Services Advisory Board
Board of Directors
Development Program Instructor
Board of Directors
My Commitment to Ward H
It has been my honour to serve families of Ward H since 2013. I am proud of the work we have done together for the success of all kids. While much has been accomplished, there is much work to be done. I continue to hear from you the need for more schools and alternative program options and the need for a different kind of school design, one with wrap-around services to support families and community. We also need to keep our focus on ensuring students have the appropriate supports and resources in the classroom to succeed.
I will continue to be a strong advocate on the school board for our community.
Through coffee meetings, attending community events and many conversations with you over the last four years, I understand the needs of our community and know how best to navigate through the challenges ahead. I am committed to ensuring that every student at Edmonton Public Schools thrives in their educational journey from the early years to high school and beyond.