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Associate Directors

Angela Cooke

Associate Director, Organizational Transformation and Accountability
Angela joins the TDSB in October 2022. She has most recently served as Associate Deputy Minister of Housing, Construction Standards, Multiculturalism and Anti-Racism for the Province of British Columbia. Her work has fostered transformational change in equity and anti-racism, as well as supported inclusive education for students by supporting the implementation of compulsory Indigenous credits as a graduating requirement for Grade 12 with the Ministry of Education. Angela has completed Executive Leadership studies in business performance and leadership, social housing and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, Housing and Urban Planning from Leeds Beckett University (UK).


Andrew Gold

Associate Director, Student Well-Being and Innovation
Andrew began his TDSB career as a math teacher at Cedarbrae CI nearly 30 years ago and since that time, has held a number of progressively more senior roles including Secondary Principal, Senior Manager in Employee Services, Learning Network Superintendent, Executive Superintendent of Employee Services and, most recently, as Interim Associate Director, Leadership, Learning, and School Improvement. This variety of school-based and central positions has well positioned Andrew to oversee the important work surrounding the well-being of students and innovation for our Board.


Audley Salmon

Associate Director, Learning Transformation and Equity
Audley brings extensive experience in both the classroom as a high school history and geography teacher and principal, as well as central roles as a System and Learning Network Superintendent prior to his time in Employee Services through his nearly 30 year career with the TDSB. These roles have given him the unique combination of skills and knowledge to support learning through an equity lens for both students and staff.


Stacey Zucker

Associate Director, Modernization and Strategic Resource Alignment
With more than 15 years of experience in education, Stacey most recently served as the Associate Director, Support Services at the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board where she oversaw the budget and capital planning process, Information Technology and Student Transportation.

Originally from Labrador and a beneficiary of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement, she is the daughter of a residential school survivor and has a personal understanding of the Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Stacey is accredited as a Certified Professional Accountant and Chartered Accountant and has also earned an Ontario Public Supervisory Officers’ Certificate.