Aidyl Jago is the proud mother of a child on the Autism Spectrum and has been accessing the CDC’s services since 2015. Acknowledging the invaluable role of the CDC in our region’s special needs community, Aidyl is excited to lend her 20+ years of expertise in nonprofit and voluntary sector management to her role on the Board of the CDC. Aidyl holds a Master of Business Administration degree from UNBC, and Bachelor of Applied Arts from Ryerson University. She also serves on the Boards of the UNBC Childcare Society and the Prince George Folkfest Society (Coldsnap Festival). Aidyl and her geologist husband, Paul, are also both musicians and the owners of Sound Factory, a full-service music store and successful music school located in the heart of Prince George. Sound Factory is an accessible space, and aims to create an inclusive and fun environment for music students of all ages and learning abilities.