The Teamwork that Makes the Dream Work
Sue Hall, Chair
Sue founded the Society in 2001. She is a Davis Dyslexia Correction Facilitator, and author of Fish Don't Climb Trees. Besides facilitating, she loves to plan fundraising events, build community and present Pro D Day sessions/information talks.
Laura O'Neill, Secretary
An amazing administrator, Google/techie expert, whose daughter took a Davis program, and who has supported our activities over many years.
Denny Wong, Acting TREASURER
A long time, loyal website manager for The Whole Dyslexic Society.
Carole Taljeh, Autism
A Davis Facilitator, originally from Lebanon and is trilingual (Arabic, French and English), who really enjoys her new role as a Licensed Davis Autism Approach Facilitator and Coach.
Paddy Carson, DLS
Davis Facilitator in Edmonton, whose son took the program many years ago and is passionate about the prevention goal.
Anne Haegert, BURSARIES
Her son took a Davis program and she has been the Bursary Chair for several years. She has a team of interviewers, Cala Dyck, Judy Larocque and her daughter Cassidy, a corrected dyslexic, and Donna Doerksen.
Carol Ford, DLS
Lives in Victoria, retired Davis Facilitator, retired University Professor of Education, and retired Elementary School teacher, and is passionate about the prevention goal.
Nadine MatishAK, Director
Her daughter took a Young Learners program. Luckily for us, Nadine loves to research and is keen to create a Homeschooling program.