Cara serves as the Principal of LTRT Accessibility. She is a seasoned disability rights advisor and policy analyst with 18 years’ experience implementing accessibility legislation (e.g. ACA; AODA), reviewing best practices, legal compliance, and policy review.
Natalie is a passionate disability and accessibility consultant with 10+ years of experience in accessibility, disability, research and teaching. She combines knowledge of global best practices for accessibility, with a focus on learning directly from people with disabilities.
Rosalie is a bilingual power wheelchair user with 9 years of experience working in various disability organizations. Through her work, she has learned best practices and standards in accommodation and accessibility from a cross disability perspective.
As a strategist and creative, Kaila (she/her) possesses a broad skill set informed by her background in the worlds of theatre, film, television, and cellular science. She combines her experience working directly with disabled students at the University of Toronto with her lived experience as a neurodiverse, Queer, Black millennial woman to provide insight to a variety of organizations on justice, equity, diversity, and accessibility (JEDI&A) policies and practices. She is also a writer and former member of the LTRT Accessibility Advisory Group.
Pia combines practiced technical analysis with active stakeholder engagement to identify novel solutions to ensure that organizations are meeting their goals. Pia contributes her understanding and passion for improving mobility and accessibility to deliver solutions to transform organizations.
Elizabeth is a researcher, educator, advocate, and scholar. She has a vision impairment and relevant experience working as a consultant, Community Engagement Lead, and an Inclusive Hiring Project Coordinator. Elizabeth sat on the Education Standards Committee for the Ontario Government, where she advised on Educational Policies pertaining to students with disabilities. She is currently working towards her Doctorate at Western University in the school of Occupational Science.
Haley holds a doctorate in History and Disability Studies. She has consulted for a variety of organizations. The focus of her work is in research, knowledge translation, and promising practices, predominantly in the space of inclusive employment. Haley identifies as a person with a mental health disability. She is fluent in American Sign Language.
John is a digital accessibility consultant with 30+ years of experience in information technology and 10+ years in accessibility. John has extensive experience in doing audits and remediation of anything digital - including Web applications, Android/iOS mobile apps, desktop software, e-Learning courses, documents, and emails.
As a digital accessibility leader and advocate, Oskar helps teams to understand and meet their goals, and to provide accessible products and services. He is also the co-organizer of #a11yTO, a volunteer-driven Toronto-based group that actively promotes digital inclusion for the design and development community.
Rick is an Accessibility professional with a passion for removing the barriers that prevent people with disabilities from realizing their full potential. Using lived experience as a person with a physical disability and in-depth experience and training, he specializes in accessible built environments.
Krystle is one of LTRT’s enthusiastic and dedicated administrators. Krystle supports with proposals, finances, bookkeeping, operations and contracts. A career administrator, she thrives when given the opportunity to organize and support innovative and positive teams. When she isn’t working for LTRT, Krystle enjoys reading YA novels, skiing with her family, and drinking coffee while counting down the days until next Halloween.
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