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Mastoor Al Kaboody

Canadian Accessibility Network (CAN) Program Manager

Degrees:M.A (Northern Arizona University)
Office:3500 Carleton Technology and Training Centre

Mastoor is responsible for the operation of the Canadian Accessibility Network (CAN) and leads the implementation of the Networks strategic priorities. With a career spanning over a decade, his journey, distinguished by the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship, highlights his unwavering commitment to promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion, along with fostering intercultural understanding. This rich background fortifies his resolve to cultivate spaces where individuals from all walks of life can thrive and contribute significantly to society.

Before joining the Canadian Accessibility Network (CAN), Mastoor had already made significant strides in his career, amassing over a decade of experience in pivotal roles. At Carleton University, he effectively navigated complex roles such as the COVID-19 Coordinator, EDI Coordinator, and Assessment and Evaluation Coordinator, championing inclusivity and resilience. His leadership extended to teaching ESL, heading the Continuing Education and Civic Engagement Unit, and orchestrating key projects as an Academic Coordinator at the Community College of Qatar. Mastoor’s academic journey includes a master’s degree in Applied Linguistics from Northern Arizona University. Currently, he is furthering his expertise as a PhD candidate, delving into research on second language assessment.