Gail Mores
Gail is the Director of AccessAbility Advantage and a leader in the field of accessibility training. Her current position as National Director, Community Engagement and AccessAbility Services at the March of Dimes is a result of over 17 years of dedication. Gail has broadened her skillset by obtaining degrees and diplomas in Recreation Administration, Human Resources, and Adult Education. Her commitment to accessibility advocacy has contributed to Ontario’s shift to focus on the rights of people with disabilities.
Mary Neilans
Business Development Consultant
Mary started with AccessAbility Advantage as an accessibility documentation and training specialist in 2015. She moved into the Business Development Consultant role in January 2017 and continues to provide documentation and training support. With over 20 years of experience in a range of sectors, Mary’s work focuses on raising awareness of accessibility issues and helping organizations to meet or exceed AODA compliance standards, remove barriers, and create a culture of inclusion. Mary also serves as Executive Director of the Parkinson’s Resource Centre and is an active member of the International Association of Accessibility Professionals.
Sherry Haines
Associate Director, AccessAbility Services
Sherry is the Associate Director of March of Dimes Canada AccessAbility Services. With over 30 years’ experience in the social service sector, she brings a wide range of experience and knowledge related to accessibility and inclusion. Sherry has degrees in psychology and sociology, as well as certificates in project management and fundraising. She has worked in programs addressing Homelessness and Affordable Housing, Community Development, service coordination and Strategic Planning. Sherry is committed to promoting and creating better opportunities related to accessibility in Ontario.
Sandy Faugh
Team Lead, AccessAbility Services
Sandy is an Architectural Technologist, BCIN registered, with over 11 years’ experience in the architecture, design, and construction fields. Sandy has engaged in both project management and hands-on construction of numerous design and development projects. She has been involved in administrating and troubleshooting multi-million dollar construction projects. Through her own design company, as a site administrator for a large firm, and now as Team Lead with AccessAbility Services, Sandy applies her talents and experience to offer accessible design construction solutions.