Alfred Spencer is the Director of the Accessibility Outreach, Education and Referral Branch at the Accessibility Directorate of Ontario (ADO). He is responsible for educating Ontarians about the advantages of inclusion, and developing a network of strategic partnerships that help Ontario organizations become accessible by 2025.
He has overseen the implementation of over 100 community projects related to creating awareness of accessibility issues, including programs for early childhood educators, elementary school teachers, and post-secondary students and professionals. His approach to community development has touched all aspects of social inclusion from places of faith, to workplaces and sporting events.
Most recently, he has been named to the Canadian Paralympic Inclusion Committee. He is also an advisor/panelist to the newly announced Canadian Universities Association Leed Competition – a national competition dedicated to the development of tools and resources to improve accessibility across Canada.