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Natalie Spagnuola is a PhD candidate in Critical Disability Studies at York University, and is involved in disability advocacy at the local and national levels.
Josée Boulanger is a PhD candidate in Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Ottawa and co-Director of the Creative Co-Lab. Her interests lie in using participatory visual methods to work with people who have cognitive and communication disabilities.