Oswald Gould is a retired teacher of children with exceptionalities and is active with the Newfoundland and Labrador Association for Community Living.
Carmel Casey is a family physician and is active with Special Olympics and the Victorian Order of Nurses Broadening Horizons program.
Susan Ralph is a woman with a disability who has 18 years experience working in the community of people with disabilities. Currently she is employed as the Accessible Transit Coordinator for the City of St. John’s. She has held many volunteer roles such as the President of the Coalition of Persons with Disabilities -NL and 2nd Vice-Chair of the Council of Canadians with Disabilities (CCD). She is an active member of CCD’s Transportation Committee as well as Marine Atlantic’s Accessibility Advisory Committee.
Lynn Green is Chair of the Learning Disabilities Association of Newfoundland and Labrador, national member of the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment, a board member of the Community Services Council, and a member of the College of the North Atlantic Advisory Committee.
Leon Mills has worked in the hard of hearing sector for 18 years. He is the Executive Director of the Canadian Hard of Hearing Association-NL, Co-Chair of Marine Atlantic’s Accessibility Committee, Chair of the College of North Atlantic Learner Services Committee and Co-Chair of the Buildings Accessibility Appeals Board.
Karon-Ann Parsons is provincial Executive Director of the Consumers' Health Awareness Network Newfoundland and Labrador and is active with advisory committees for Western and Eastern Health Boards, as well as other community boards focusing on mental health.
Elizabeth Chaulk is Associate Vice-President of Learner Services, College of the North Atlantic. She is a current Director of the Provincial Conservation Corps Board and a member of Harris Center Advisory Board, Memorial University NL. She is Past-Chair of the Newfoundland and Labrador Regional Economic Development Association and Red Ochre Regional Economic Development Board.
Ian Murley is a business graduate from Memorial University and is Past-President of the National Educational Associations of Disabled Students.
Dennis Gill is a retired high school administrator, President of the Newfoundland and Labrador Association for Community Living, a member of Buildings Accessibility Advisory Board, and Chair of the Provincial Advisory Committee on Supported Employment NL. Dennis is a parent of a 32 year old son who has significant intellectual and physical disabilities.
Myles Murphy is active with local provincial and national associations for the Deaf as well as the Independent Living Resource Centre, Coalition of Persons with Disabilities-NL, and the Mayor’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Persons with Disabilities (St. John’s).
Sheryl (Sherry) Gambin-Walsh is a registered nurse and the Executive Director of the Newfoundland and Labrador Association for Community Living. She has a son who is a seventeen year old individual with autism and epilepsy. She is a member of the Autism Society of NL and Coalition of Persons with Disabilities-NL. Sherry is the Chair of the international committee, NL Irish Connections.
Delia Connell is a social worker and her current professional role is Vice President of Community Services / Aboriginal Affairs and Chief Operating Officer for Central/Northern Labrador with Labrador Grenfell Health. She is an active member and volunteer with local, regional, and provincial groups including NL Association for Community Living, NL Children’s Wish Foundation, School Council Member, and Happy Valley-Goose Bay Special Olympics. Delia is also a parent of a 17 year old daughter who was born with Down Syndrome and who thrives in an inclusive school and community environment. Delia has more than 30 years of experience working with individuals and community groups that support individuals with disabilities.
Karen Westcott has volunteered with local, provincial and national organizations including People First of NL, Independent Living Resource Centre, Newfoundland and Labrador Association for Community Living, and Coalition of Persons with Disabilities-NL.