Matthew McEvoy

Matthew McEvoy

Matthew has worked with Morneau Shepell for the past twelve years. In his current role as Senior Director of Student Support, Matthew is responsible for the continued strategy, development and execution of the Student Support Programs on a global basis. Matthew and his team work closely with educational institutions and partners in the design, campus integration and management of various student mental health programs. Matthew is also a member of the Technical Committee responsible for the creation of the national Standard for Psychological Health and Safety for Post-Secondary Students – an initiative spearheaded by the Mental Health Commission of Canada. 
 
Prior to his time working in student mental health, Matthew spent the part of his tenure with Morneau Shepell working with various public sector entities across Ontario - including in post-secondary- to support employee programming and strategies related to mental health, disability and employee support. 
 
Matthew is a frequent speaker a various higher education conferences and events on the subject of international student mental health, most notably the NAFSA Research Symposium, NAFSA National Conference, Canadian Association of College and University Student Services, and the America Council on Education. His educational background includes a BA honours degree in Psychology and Bachelor of Commerce honours degree (focus on Organizational Behaviour and Finance) from Queen’s University in Ontario Canada. 
 

Session

Matthew will be delivering in the workshop Mental Health – focussing on our workforce, alongside students on Tuesday 9 July.
 

Synopsis

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This page was last updated on 20 March 2019