Kyle Massey (he/him) is an experienced educator and education administrator, having held teaching and leadership positions at several colleges and universities throughout his career. Originally from Ontario, various academic and career pursuits over the last 20 years have led Kyle to live and work in places such as Illinois, Scotland, Texas, and back to Ontario. While it was a career opportunity that initially brought Kyle and his family to Newfoundland & Labrador seven years ago, it is their love for the province and its people that have made it home for them.
Kyle began his career in education as an elementary and junior high school teacher. As his career transitioned into post-secondary education contexts, Kyle’s own academic training began to focus on social and cultural aspects of education, especially issues of equity and access in education. As a higher education professional, Kyle is intentional about centering social justice in his teaching and grounding his work as an administrator and leader in values of equity and inclusion. Kyle’s technical areas of expertise include curriculum design and development, assessment of student learning, program evaluation, and quantitative & qualitative research methods. Currently, Kyle is the Director of Academic Quality Assurance at the College of the North Atlantic.
Kyle holds both a BA and MSc in Geography (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), a BEd (University of Windsor), an MEd (Queen’s University), as well as a PhD in Educational Leadership & Policy (University of Texas at Austin).