"As vice-rector, International and Student Life, Martha Crago directs and coordinates international relations for the Université de Montréal. She is also responsible for recruiting and everything else related to the quality of the student university experience.
"After earning a doctorate from McGill University’s School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Dr. Crago held a number of key executive positions there, mainly in graduate studies. Before coming to the Université de Montréal, she was assistant vice-principal of instruction and dean of McGill’s Faculty of Graduate Studies. In 2002-2003, Dr. Crago was president of the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies.
"As editor-in-chief of Cambridge University’s Applied Psycholinguistics magazine, Dr. Martha Crago enjoys an international reputation in the field of psycholinguistics. She has dedicated several publications to the language problems of English- and French-speaking children and to language acquisition and cultural models of language use in Quebec’s Inuit and First Nations communities. She serves on the Aboriginal Subcommittee on the Joint Senate-Board Committee on Equity and played a leading role in drafting the Report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal People, published by McGill University in 1993. She was named Femme de mérite en sciences et technologie ( Woman of merit distinction in science and technology by the Women’s Y foundation of Montreal in 1999 ) for her efforts." 
- Trustee, World Learning