Dr. Alyda Faber is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Ethics at Atlantic School of Theology, where she has taught since tk. Her first poetry collection, Dust or Fire (Goose Lane Editions/Icehouse Poetry) will appear this year. She has been ASTFA President since 2009.
Dr. David Deane is Associate Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at AST, where he has taught since tk. At various times he has served ASTFA on the bargaining team and as communications officer, Secretary, and, very briefly, President. He is currently Past President. His research is focussed on how the doctrine of the Holy Spirit informs moral theology.
The Rev. Canon Dr. Jody Clarke is Professor of Pastoral Theology at AST, where he has taught since tk.
Dr. Daniel Driver is Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament at AST, where he has taught since 2016. He teaches across the Law, Prophets, and Writings, and his research has focused on canon and creation. Details are on his website. He serves ASTFA as Treasurer, and has been Chief Negotiator since the fourth Collective Agreement. He also helps maintain this website.
Emily Cooke is Collections Assessment and Development Librarian at AST, where she has worked since 2017. She is currently Library Chair. Areas of focus are collections maintenance and library administration. She has served as Acting Treasurer for ASTFA in the past, and is now the CAUT Defence Fund Trustee.
The Rev. Dr. David Csinos is Assistant Professor of of Practical Theology at AST, where he has taught since 2016.
The Rev. Dr. Susan MacAlpine-Gillis is Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology at AST, where she has taught since tk.
The Rev. Dr. David MacLachlan is Associate Professor of New Testament at AST, where he has taught since tk.
Robert Martel is Instruction Librarian at AST, where he has worked since tk. Areas of focus are teaching research practices, sharing in Library admin duties, and repairing old books. In the past he has served ASTFA as Secretary, and he remains a member of the negotiation team.
Dr. Susan Willhauck is Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at AST. She has been a member of ASTFA since 2009. Her current research is on pedagogies for qualitative research in theological education and on the intersection of language, culture and faith.