Daphne Pressman has a Masters in Child Study and Education from the University of Toronto. She is a strong advocate for supporting invisible needs in education and has consulted private schools on strategies and goals. After becoming a mother of children who were both diagnosed with Autism, she was diagnosed with Autism and Attention Deficit Disorder. She is passionate about supporting, researching, and advocating for families who have members who are newly diagnosed with Autism, as well as connecting them with educational, medical, and therapeutic services.
Daphne is a member of Greenwood College’s Antisemitism Working Group, established to foster a better understanding among high school communities of what modern antisemitism looks like and how it can be combated within any high school curriculum in a meaningful way.