Lisa Wilder

Artistic Coordinator
Toronto, Ontario

I got involved with CSA when I helped out with the National conference in 2007, as I had fond memories of the conferences I attended in the 1990s. A lot of people who stutter are reluctant to get involved in support groups, but it can make a difference. That’s why the conferences are, to me, the most important thing we do, enabling real-life encounters with other people who stutter. I think it’s remarkable that CSA has been around for so long purely on the dedication of volunteers. I work as a technical writer, graphic designer and content marketing specialist. I’ve also been known to fiddle around painting, writing, reading, taking dance classes and doing yoga.

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