Councilor Kelly Loch (Earle)

Kelly Loch (Earle) was born and raised in Victoria. She resides in Victoria with her husband John and their two children, Kelsey and Anderson. Kelly enjoys serving fellow teachers through the NLTA as she is the Carbonear Branch president.  She is a Victoria United Church organist and the Children's Choir Director.  In her spare time, Kelly enjoys playing music, camping and scrapbooking.

Kelly is the currently teaching Primary Special Education and an Assistant Principal at Persalvic School in Victoria.  She also serves on various committees at the local school.  She assists with many school choir initatives and also is the leader of the Persalvic Chamber Choir. Kelly is serving the teachers of this province by contributing to the NLTA Provincial Executive Committee for the term 2017-2019.

Kelly graduated from Memorial University with a Bachelor of Education (Concentration in Music) in 1997.  She continued her education with obtaining a Bachelor of Special Education- honours in 1998. In 2004, Kelly continued her education with receiving a Masters of Education Degree from Mount Saint Vincent University in Nova Scotia.

Kelly is serving a second term on council. "I have enjoyed my first term on council and I am eager to continue the work of Council. I am eager to use the infomation I have gained the past four years while serving on council and look forward to many more learning experiences in the future. I am enjoying my time working with the other councilors.  I also feel we can achieve so much more when we work together as a team!  We must support each other in order to make Victoria a great place to live for everyone."