Paula Landry, EI-TVI, Orientation and Mobility Specialist and certified VIISA and INSITE trainer, co-founded A Shared Vision in 2016 with Stefanie Hamilton and Steven Lindauer. Today, the nonprofit is the leading provider of Early Intervention vision services in Colorado. Wearing many leadership hats, Paula provides operational support and mentoring for A Shared Vision's teachers. She also leads the nonprofit's efforts to provide education and support for the broader community that serves very young children with blindness or visual impairments, including ophthalmologists, optometrists, pediatricians, agencies and hospitals, as well as the state's Community Centered Boards.
Prior to A Shared Vision, Paula worked with the Anchor Center for Blind Children as a board member, Teacher of the Visually Impaired and leader of the Infant and Parent Program. She also worked with Adams County School District and Adams County Child Care Assistance Program.
Paula received a M.A. in Special Education: Vision Impairment from the University of Northern Colorado. She is also the mother to an 18-year-old daughter, Maddie, who is blind.