Susie Wileman, M.Ed., is a part-time faculty member at Concordia University, Department of Applied Human Sciences. Prior to her retirement in 2020 she was a psychologist and service provider in the Student AccessAbility Centre at Dawson College. She is currently a scholar-in-residence at Dawson College and a research associate with the Adaptech Research Network.
She has been active on several committees focused on inclusion, accessibility and services to students with disabilities. From 2013-2016 she was involved in a multi-institutional research project headed by McGill University to examine faculty awareness of Universal Design in the post-secondary milieu. In 2020-2021 she was member of Concordia University’s Accessibility Policy Advisory Group, which was tasked with the redrafting of Concordia’s Accessibility Policy. She has also been a member of the CIUSSS-Centre-Ouest’s Cavendish Users Group, a committee of community members involved in representing the needs of patients, families, and users of health and social services in Côte-des-Neiges/NDG, the most populous borough of the city of Montreal. Her career interest is focused on inclusion, accessibility, universal design, and services to students with disabilities. Susie continues to engage in research, teaching, and community outreach.