School leadership ensures that the school facilities, pedagogy and activities of Loyola create an environment that is conducive to our students becoming intellectually competent, religious, loving, open to growth and committed to doing justice. They support our caring and dedicated faculty and staff to model what is means to be men and women for others.
Marcelle completed her Masters degrees in Religious Education and Educational Administration. She was the first lay principal at both Notre Dame High School, St. Joseph’s College Secondary School for Girls and Little Flower Academy. In 1999, she was appointed to the OISE.Marcelle DeFreitasPresident
Dr. Diachyshyn is a product of a Jesuit education, having graduated from this school in 1996. After receiving degrees in English literature, history, and education, he returned to Loyola. Dr. Diachyshyn has stayed true to the intellectual curiosity instilled in him by his Jesuit formation by completing a Ph.D. in English Literature.Dr. Mark DiachyshynPrincipal
- Executive Director of AdvancementScott Corbett
Scott Corbett came to Loyola from McGill University where he spent the last six years working as a Senior Development Officer, helping to prepare McGill for their bicentennial capital campaign. In his role Scott also led the advancement efforts to inaugurate the Max Bell School of Public Policy. Prior to McGill, Scott worked in leadership roles in the industrial manufacturing, wholesales and sporting goods fields.
- Executive Director of OperationsDr. Fouad Maroun
Secretary General of Saint Joseph University (USJ) of Beirut, Dr. Maroun has a background in Civil Engineering with a Master of Engineering from McGill University, an MBA and Executive Doctorate in Business Administration from Université Paris Dauphine, France. In 2004 he founded the highly successful Athletics Department at USJ and created the Beirut Unisports Festival. In his role as Secretary General Dr. Maroun headed multiple executive committees focused on creating and steering USJ’s strategic plan, and streamlining processes at the University.