Sari Hornstein (she/her/hers) was born and raised in Montreal, but also lived in London and the Netherlands before moving to the US in 1983. In addition to teaching college history, Sari served as the Executive Director at ArtStream – an inclusive theatre company and currently serves on their Board of Directors. She has authored and edited numerous books and writes extensively on issues related to people with disabilities. Sari is an outspoken advocate for people with disabilities and currently serves on the Board of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Advisory Board of the Institute for After School Development, an affiliate of the All Stars Project, that focuses on after school and youth development; and the Quality Advisory Committee of SEEC, a DDA licensed agency that serves adults with disabilities in Maryland. Sari graduated from McGill University (BA 1978), the London School of Economics (MSc 1980) and Leiden University (PhD 1985).