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DisAbled Women's Network (DAWN) Ontario


Credits Page


DAWN Ontario would like to gratefully acknowledge the support of the following Women:

First and foremost, our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the founding mothers of the DisAbled Women Network; in particular these incredible Women:

Joan Meister BC
Jillian Ridington BC
Irene Feika AB
Pat Danforth SK
Cathy Moore SK
Paula Kierstead MB
Elizabeth Semkiw MB
Donna Hicks ON
Joanne Doucette ON
Pat Israel ON
Maria Barile QC
Marie Blanche Remillard QC
Diane Leeming QC
Marie St-Germaine NB
Margaret Hiltz NS
Susan Buchanan PEI
Fran Dinn NF
Barbara Smith NWT

Secondly, DAWN Ontario's Acting Chair, Barbara Anello, a member of the Board since October 1998. We stopped counting when Barbara hit the 1,000 volunteer hour mark co-ordinating projects, attending consultations, responding to women with disabilities, and continually redesigning, maintaining, and promoting this website for DAWN Ontario to benefit Women with disabilities.

Our added thanks to Barbara for her commitment to building an online community for Women with disabilities and initiating the DAWN Ontario discussion list , a growing list with 70 members. One of our favourite "Barbara" quotes is this:

"Whatever adversity life has challenged me with has helped define who I am and as such, I am stronger for it."

We also wish to acknowledge Tracy Odell for developing the vision statement adopted by the DAWN Ontario Board of Directors.  Tracy is a woman who was leagues ahead of the times and as such, she has been an inspiring role model to other women with disabilities!  

The DAWN Ontario Board will remain forever indebted to the Visonary Women noted above for their invaluable contributions both to the organization and to the movement of Women with disabilities. It is through the efforts of such dedicated individuals that the concerns relevant to Women with disabilities have come to the forefront.

Page revised by Alexis Bridges March 5, 2001


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