Registrar, Sessional Instructor
Jeremy Perrott joined Booth University College as Registrar in the Fall of 2016. He holds a Masters of Arts in Education with a focus in Leadership and Management from University of Bath (UK) as well as a Bachelor of Education from Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Trent University.
Jeremy’s professional expertise has been shaping the learning environment to foster transformational experiences. He spent a decade in Camping Ministries where he worked as a Camp Director and then Senior Director of Program with Pioneer Camp Manitoba. Jeremy and his family then moved overseas where he worked as a high school guidance counselor at an international high school in Casablanca, Morocco. Later, in his graduate studies in Education, he researched best practices in leadership transition strategies for educational middle management.
Jeremy served on the Finance Teams of Grain of Wheat Community Church (Winnipeg) and Secretary of the Church Council at St John the Evangelist Anglican Church (Casablanca). He served on the boards of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Seeds Housing Inc, and St Matthews Maryland Community Ministry. Jeremy has taught youth Sunday school at St John’s and more recently at Fort Garry Mennonite Brethren Church, where he is a member.
Jeremy also teaches as a Sessional Instructor at Booth and has taught:
- BUS352 Leadership
- MGT204 Strategy and Leadership in Not-for-Profit Organizations.
Jeremy lives in Winnipeg, Canada. He and his wife have three teenage children and a cat. Jeremy likes hockey and Pokemon Go.