Phyllis Horne has been an educator with the Western School Board for the past 38 years. She has been a classroom teacher, special education/resource teacher, and an administrator. From 2007-2009, she served as the President of the Prince Edward Island Teachers’ Federation and has always been an advocate for students, teachers and education. During her career, Phyllis served on numerous committees at the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and at the Teachers’ Federation. She completed a Masters of Education in Leadership and Learning at UPEI in 2001. Her thesis focused on inclusive practices in education in Prince Edward Island.
Phyllis lives in Mill River with her husband, Allan. They have three daughters – Treena, Natalie, and Allana – and six grandchildren.