Indigenous Culture Advisory
We enjoy learning alongside our Indigenous community to help support Inspire and its programs.
Lee Graham, Angela Taylor, Kirsten Ireland and Kisa Macisaac support our team in using art as a mode of self expression. These artists also donate items to sell at 100% profit to fund our free programs.
Parents of children with various skills and gifts; Parents of children with autism, developmental, and neurological differences offer guidance in program development, understanding the journey of a family which includes a child with differences, and how best we can support them.
Individuals of all ways of being; transgender, non-binary, various sexual orientations. This group advises our programming staff to ensure best practices are included in all things we offer.
The Inspire Research group is lead by Kate Dubberley and Angela Taylor. Our community members offer guidance in helping collect and process the leading research.
Kate Dubberley received her Master’s in Psychology at the University of Manitoba. Her areas of specialization in the social sciences include control theory, mindfulness and emotions. Kate offers mentorship to professionals, academics, and students in a variety of social science disciplines, from content expertise to research and quality improvement strategies.
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New Canadians Advisory
Community members who identify as being a new Canadian, offer their experience and expertise.