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Reshma Dhrodia

Reshma Dhrodia

Team Lead, Accessibility Services
University of Toronto St. George Accessibility Services

Reshma Dhrodia is a trauma-informed social worker, educator, and social justice advocate whose professional interests include disability, equity/diversity/inclusion/access (EDIA), gerontology, and gender-based violence. She has worked with numerous organizations within the GTA including the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health, Scarborough Women’s Centre, Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape, and West Park Healthcare Centre. Between 2012 and 2014, she managed a project to engage post-secondary students to prevent gender-based violence at the University of Toronto Scarborough campus. In 2014, she delivered a TEDx talk on age discrimination called, “The Trouble with Aging” based on learnings and experiences gained while working with older adults in Toronto Community Housing homes. Since 2016, Reshma has worked within the University of Toronto St. George Campus Accessibility Services office to support and accommodate students with disabilities. She has served as the Chair of their EDIA Committee since 2019, and is currently the Team Lead for On Location Accessibility Advisors. Her work across the tri-campus has included co-designing and facilitating EDIA trainings for students, staff, faculty, and librarians. She was the recipient of the 2021 Jill Matus Excellence in Student Services Award, an Award of Excellence designed to honour inspiring community members. In the greater community, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Urban Alliance on Race Relations, and the Leonard Foundation. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, cooking, yoga, volleyball, dancing, gardening, and time with feline friends.


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