Board of Directors
SaskAbilities is led by a volunteer Board of Directors. The Board is responsible for establishing and maintaining all policies and ensuring SaskAbilities is managed in accordance with its vision, mission and values. The Board of Directors meets at least four times per year.
The Annual General Meeting is held annually in April.
The 2021-2022 Board of Directors:
President: Michelle Hunter (Regina)
Vice President: Andy Livingston (Saskatoon)
Past President: Tom Spence (Saskatoon)
Bruce Acton (Saskatoon)
Brenda Bancescu (Regina)
Paul Blackstock (Saskatoon)
Kyle Chriest (Saskatoon)
Michelle Hunter (Regina)
Stan Lautsch (Swift Current)
Andy Livingston (Saskatoon)
Brad Mitchell (Saskatoon)
Dr. Tomi Mitchell (Regina)
Nicole Onufreychuk (Saskatoon)
Sandra Ruff (Yorkton)
William Schwarz (Regina)
Tom Spence (Saskatoon)
Dr. Grant Wilson (Saskatoon)
All directors can be reached by mail care of: 2310 Louise Avenue, Saskatoon, SK, S7J 2C7
Welcome to the website of SaskAbilities. You will find information here on our employment, rehabilitation, and recreation programs, as well as career opportunities, products and services, policies and procedures, and special events.
SaskAbilities is a mission driven non-profit organization where we work together to build inclusive communities. Donors and other stakeholders are critical to the success of SaskAbilities. We appreciate all that you do to support the vision and mission. We also appreciate the support of federal, provincial, and municipal governments. It is only through the efforts of many that SaskAbilities has been able to grow from a small grass roots organization in 1950 to a provider of a wide variety of programs and services in several communities across the province.
As a volunteer Board member, I have enjoyed working with a group of directors who are dedicated to the vision, mission, and values. The Board believes that organizations that are governed well succeed, and each member of the Board is committed to ensuring that SaskAbilities is a relevant and fiscally responsible organization. Community needs evolve over time, perhaps never more so than in the past year. As Board members, we strive to ensure that SaskAbilities meets those needs.
I am pleased to serve people experiencing disability as President of SaskAbilities for the next two years, and I look forward to being a part of all the good work we do. I encourage you to visit our website often. You will find stories of success and you will learn how people experiencing disability are participating in all aspects of our communities. Thank you for taking the time to read this message –your interest in our organization is appreciated.
Michelle Hunter, President