Stephen Trumper is one of the country’s top magazine editors, working at the senior level for such publications as Toronto Life (nine years as managing editor), Harrowsmith and National Post’s business magazine. Over his 30-year career, articles he’s edited have either won or been nominated for dozens and dozens of National Magazine Awards and North American City and Regional Magazine Awards. Since 1995, Stephen has taught editing at Ryerson’s School of Journalism. Stephen has also served on the advisory board for CBC-TV’s D-Net, a groundbreaking show that addressed disability issues, and on the board of what is now Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. Since 2004 he has also been associated with Accessible Media Inc.-AMI, serving as Ombudsman for several years and helping with an extensive range of communication materials. AMI is a not-for-profit multimedia organization operating two broadcast services, AMI-audio and AMI-tv, and a companion website (ami.ca). AMI serves more than five million Canadians who are blind or partially sighted, deaf or hard of hearing, mobility or learning disabled, print-restricted or learning English as a second language by making print, broadcast and online media accessible. Its mission is simple: to make all media accessible to all Canadians.