Elizabeth Scott has 27 years of experience working in health care and social services. Her past 8 years of work have been at Surrey Place Centre providing leadership to publicly funded ASD services in the Toronto Region including the Toronto Partnership for Autism Services, the School Support Program and Toronto Autism ABA Services. Her current title is Executive Vice President, Clinical Programs at Surrey Place Centre. Elizabeth co-chaired the “Collaborative Service Delivery Models for Students with ASD” project, a joint Ministry of Children and Youth Services and Ministry of Education initiative. The project team received the prestigious Ontario Public Service “Amethyst Award” and was recognized by Premier Dalton McGuinty for its development of the “Connections for Students” program model.