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  • Judith Morris

    President and CEO, Lambton College



  • Judith Morris is a passionate and innovative academic leader with more than 30 years of experience working in post-secondary education. For the past five years, Morris has served as the President & CEO of Lambton College, helping to establish the College as a global leader in research, education and innovation.

    Under her management, Lambton College’s enrolment has grown significantly, with Morris leading the charge in the development of programs designed to diversify the student body and increase employment outcomes for graduates.

    A strong advocate for experiential learning opportunities for students, Morris has been instrumental in linking industry and education through college collaborations with businesses and industry. As President, she successfully campaigned all levels of government to help fund the new NOVA Chemicals Health & Research Centre, to be completed in 2018. Her vision to establish Lambton College as a leader in research and bio-innovation also garnered infrastructure funding from the Federal Government’s Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund (SIF), which will enhance the Centre of Excellence in Energy & Bio-Industrial Technologies, centralizing all campus training labs and facilities by 2018.



    “What you have achieved as graduates with a post-secondary education, is the ability to meet the demands of a world that requires higher level skills.”

    Judith Morris, addressing the Class of 2018
    Judith Morris at graduation


    As a leader, Morris is known for fostering innovation and entrepreneurship among faculty, staff, and students, and is a vocal champion for equality and accessibility in education. She’s also been actively involved in many community initiatives over the years, and currently serves as the Vice-Chair of the Western Research Park Board, and sits on the boards of the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership and Bio-Industrial Innovation Canada. In addition to being a member of various College Ontario committees, Morris co-chairs the 45 post – secondary institution eCampus Ontario Consortium, and sits on MTCU’s Labour Market Committee, the Committee of Presidents, and the Provincial Executive Compensation Framework Development Committee. Morris holds a M.A. in Adult and Continuing Education, a B.Ed Specialist in Special Education and an Hon. B.A. in Sociology.

    She currently resides in Sarnia with her husband Gerry, and enjoys spending time with her grown sons, Christopher and Adam, and their families.

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