Sheila MacDonald is a speech-language pathologist, collaborator, and consultant whose clinical experience with acquired brain injury spans from acute care, through to community, and lifelong adjustment. She is the author of two standardized tests of higher level cognitive-communication skills, as well as practice standards, and publications on intervention and evidence based practice. She is an international speaker, educator, and adjunct lecturer with the University of Toronto. Currently she is a member of the TBI Research and Scientific Writing Committee of the Academy of Neurological Communication Disorders. In her clinical practice in Ontario, Canada, she partners with individuals, their families, and team members to optimize communication competence in social, academic, and workplace settings after ABI.