TD and The Walrus are pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Trick as the inaugural TD Chair on Disability and Inclusion. Thanks to generous funding from TD, in this newly created position, Sarah will assist The Walrus in exploring issues related to disability and inclusion across all of The Walrus platforms throughout 2019.
The Walrus thanks TD, our national inclusion partner, for their meaningful commitment to a more inclusive tomorrow and their belief in The Walrus as a vehicle for change.
“I am thrilled to be joining The Walrus and to be a part of their mission to tell stories that matter. This chair role means that more of these stories can be told than ever before, and I am honoured to be the inaugural holder entrusted with that important work. I can’t wait to get started.”
– Sarah Trick, TD Chair on Diversity and Inclusion”
“Through The Ready Commitment, TD’s global corporate citizenship platform, we are proud to support the creation of the TD Chair on Disability and Inclusion at The Walrus. As a national conversation-starter, exploring a broad range of issues, The Walrus is ensuring that a disability and inclusion lens is being shared and amplified across all channels.”
– Valérie Picher, Associate Vice President, Community Relations, TD Bank Group.
Sarah Trick is an Ottawa-based writer who has covered disability, politics, and the arts—and sometimes the intersection of all three. She is a previous contributor to The Walrus, The Toast, and at news websites TVO.org and globalnews.ca.