Barb Reid has worked in the field of supporting families and children with disabilities for over 25 years. Her professional practice is grounded in values of community inclusion and family centered philosophies. Barb provides leadership in best teaching practices for children with disabilities. For families, she supports their journey to envision a future for their children that integrates their hopes and dreams for an inclusive community life from childhood to adulthood.
Barb’s passion and commitment has earned her the YWCA Woman of Distinction Award in education and the MacEwan University Distinguished Alumni Award for her continued contribution to inclusive communities.
Barb is also an active parent of four adult children, enjoys time with family and friends, camping, and walks in the off-leash parks. She is an active community member and long-standing volunteer for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.