Mark Watson (VC’95)
Prior to his leadership role in the cognitive rehabilitation field, Mark worked in the special education industry, implementing curriculum for students with learning differences. He was the Principal of Eaton Arrowsmith School, a special education school that uses cognitive exercises to help rewire the brain so neural pathways crucial to learning can be activated.
Mark has seen firsthand the positive impact of cognitive rehabilitation and aims to help others lead more fulfilled and independent lives. He is a frequent speaker on the topic of brain injury rehabilitation and has presented this work to public health agencies, BC Cancer, The NHL Alumni Assoc., and the NFLPA Washington State to name a few. Mark also serves as a member of the integrated health advisory board at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
"To students and alumni who are wondering about choosing the right career path, take a good look at your personal interests, get involved through volunteering, and eventually, you will find a career that aligns with your personal goals. Be patient... it takes time to understand what you really want to do.”