Sean Doyle is a well-respected educator, entrepreneur, and has volunteered in many capacities in his community. He lives in North Cape with his wife Nancy and daughters Emily and Gabrielle. Sean has been a lifelong resident of District 27 and has consistently demonstrated a commitment to positively contributing to his community.
Sean holds a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Education, and has been a teacher in western PEI classrooms since 2009. In his role as teacher, Sean strives to ensure his students receive the best education possible, and he works hard to create a safe and respectful learning environment. In order to positively contribute to the school community, Sean has been involved in extracurricular activities throughout his career, including running the Westisle High drama club and chaperoning M.E. Callaghan’s History and Travel trip. Sean has a good pulse on the state of education in West Prince, and will be a strong advocate for rural students.
Sean has been an entertainer for much of his life. He began acting with the Tignish Drama Club in 2002, eventually becoming secretary and then president of the club from 2012 to 2015. Sean was also involved in the dinner theatres held at Cousin’s Diner. In 2015, along with five colleagues, Sean entered the world of entrepreneurship with the formation of Tignish Dinner Theatre Inc., a small business dedicated to producing dinner theatre productions in western PEI. Since the company’s inception, Sean has served as President and has acted in five productions to date. As a small business owner, Sean recognizes the hard work required for entrepreneurs to be successful, and understands that small business is the backbone of our Island economy.
Volunteerism is important to Sean, and he has served on various boards and committees. He currently sits on the board of the West Prince Chamber of Commerce. Sean recently began volunteering as coordinator of “Who Let the Dads Out,” an event hosted by Kids West Family Resource Centre.