Executive Director, Safehaven Project for Community Living
Since 1990, Beverley Gordon has been the Executive Director of The Safehaven Project for Community Living, a charity that provides residential and respite services to families with children and youths who have multiple disabilities and complex medical needs.
Beverley has been a part-time teaching professor of Community Services at Humber College as well as an exchange teacher with the Master’s of Social Service Worker Program at Centennial College of Applied Arts and Technology. She has also worked for Thistletown Regional Centre, a government-sponsored regional centre servicing the mental health needs of families and their children.
She holds a master’s degree in social work from University of Toronto, an H.B.Sc. in psychology from University of Toronto and has completed the Clinical Program at Smith College in Massachusetts.