Paul Gauthier

Paul Gauthier (he/him) is the executive director of the Individualized Funding Resource Centre (IFRC) Society, an organization supporting independence and choice among people living with a disability requiring the assistance of personal support workers for daily living. Paul has provided leadership in promoting EcoWisdom’s Accessible Nature Wellbeing Programs among members of the disability community in British Columbia.

He is a well-recognized community leader involved in collaborative projects with organizations and park groups, as well as municipal and provincial governments. Paul is a public speaker promoting the rights of people with disabilities. Paul is also a Paralympian gold medalist. He uses mindful nature-connection practices himself to add balance to his very busy lifestyle.


Image description: Portrait Headshot of Paul, a white male smiling into the camera, in front of a
backdrop of an evening sunset. Paul has dark hair styled in a buzz cut, which is very short hair
that is cut uniformly all over the head at a length of about 1/8 of an inch and is wearing wire
framed glasses, and a purple collared shirt under a black cardigan.