David McTimoney

Anglophone West School District, New Brunswick

David is from Oromocto, NB and he is a graduate of Oromocto High School. David’s post-secondary education began at UNB with a BSc in Biology and Mathematics / statistics. He then went to Saint Thomas University receiving a B.Ed with a major in Secondary Sciences, and an M.Ed in Educational Administration from the University of New Brunswick. David has also taught with the graduate program at the University of New Brunswick's Faculty of Education.

David started his career as a math and science teacher in 1995, in 1999 his career took him to the school that he had once attended as a high school student to continue his career as a math and science teacher, department lead, vice-principal, and later High School Principal to over 1000 students. David worked as a curriculum lead at the district level and in 2010, David continued his career as the Superintendent of School District 17 until the amalgamation of three districts in the Province of New Brunswick in July of 2012. David at that time was successful in becoming the new Superintendent of a much larger school district that encompassed a very large geographical area in New Brunswick. The Anglophone West School District includes 70 schools, over 23,000 students and 3000 employees. David is known for his honesty, compassionate and kind interactions with others, and his strong work ethic. David is highly respected and admired in the Province of New Brunswick’s Educational System.

David is active in his community, serving on the Board of Directors for the John Wood Foundation and coaching in the minor hockey program.

David’s wife, Catherine, is a teacher and they live in Fredericton, NB with their two middle school-aged children, Benjamin and Elizabeth.