Tracey Kibble

HONS. B.SC., D.S.W., M.ED. (CRDS), R.R.P, Director-at-Large, President

Tracey has been a Registered Rehabilitation Professional (RRP) and member of VRA since 2004. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Science from McMaster University, with a double major in Biology and Mathematics. Tracey completed her Developmental Services Worker (DSW) diploma at Humber College and went on to complete a Masters in Education (M.Ed) at the University of Calgary, with a specialization in Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies. She is also a certified Return to Work Disability Manager (RTWDM) with the College of Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals (CVRP).

She is currently a director at large on the VRA Canada board, serving a two year term as President. She is also a VRA Atlantic Society board member, having previously served two terms as the society president. She has also previously served as the chair of the national Education Committee.

Tracey has supported individuals with intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injuries, mental health challenges, physical disabilities and chronic health conditions; as well as medically released veterans, over the course of her career. She is a Vocational Rehabilitation Services Manager with Metrics Vocational Services.

Tracey is passionate about helping individuals reach their full potential, and to find and maintain meaningful roles in their communities. Her professional interests include continuing education, professional development, evidence-based practice and vocational interest testing. She loves to travel, hike, kayak, cook and curl, and is an avid reader.


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