Agility Ability is a 501C3 nonprofit organization

Connie Will
* Co-Founder, President & Parent Liason of Agility Ability
* Owner & Certified Personal Trainer of Body Structure ~

* Connie trains special Populations: Individual & groups, kid-fit classes, sports conditioning, dog agility performance conditioning, elderly, pre/post-natal women and special needs children

Candice Mason
Lead Handler Coordinator & Group Outings Liason
Contact Candice to inquire about being apart of the Dog Handler volunteer team.  For more information email Candice @

Group & School Liason

To set up a group session for your school, camp outing or other group events, Contact Clara via email:

Cindy Warren

Co-Founder of Agility Ability

(Cindy Pictured with Carlisle)

Cindy Warren
has had dogs all her life and started agility training in 1999. In addition to agility training, Cindy also brought APDT Rally to Central Ohio, which she has been instructing for eight years. Cindy and her dogs have earned many titles, including several championships, in AKC and NADAC agility and APDT rally. In addition to dog sports, she has been involved in Therapy Dog work, visiting nursing homes and schools, since her first agility dog. Her love of dogs and dog training has inspired her to reach out so that everyone can do dog agility

Cheri Williams lives in Hilliard, Ohio with her husband Jack and two regal Alaskan Malamutes, Kamea and Mukki. Cheri enjoys training and entering Kamea into dog shows statewide. In 2007, she retired from the State of Ohio, however, by 2010 she started a new career working for Hilliard City School system. She is a Qualified Instructional Paraprofessional. Her classroom experience is, preschool, K-5, middle school, SLSP and SLP. Cheri has been trained to observe ‘how’ the child communicates and ‘how’ the child interacts with their surroundings. Accurate observation is key for her to provide a positive communication and learning experience for the child. Addional training includes Child Abuse Prevention, Medication Dispensing per Hilliard City Schools protocol, Bloodborne Pathogens, Behavior Management, Classroom Technology, CPR & AED (Certified). Cheri also holds an Ohio Department of Education, Educational Aide Permit with ESEA Qualified Designation.

Gale Haugh has spent 30 years as an educator working with special needs children in both public and private programs as a classroom teacher, behavior intervention specialist, and currently as an administrator for the school at a youth mental illness day treatment program. She founded Kids ‘n’ Canines, a program pairing children with behavioral/educational disabilities with dogs to train for adoption. Gail’s background in behavioral science and education makes it a natural progression to her training dogs for the many companion sports. The dog pack in Gale’s home includes 2 rescued American Eskimo Dogs Tibs and Jazz, 1 non-rescue “Eskie,” UKC/AKC Ch Storytime’s Once In A Blue Moon (Miakoda) and a rescue Sheltie/Corgi mix Maya. The three Eskies all participate in competitions. Gale volunteers for Eskie Rescuers United with intervention training prior to adoption. Gale is also the national Rescue Coordinator for The American Eskimo Dog Club of America. Children and dogs in need of support to reach their full potential play a very important role in Gale’s life.

Mission Statement
To provide a therapeutic animal-assisted activity that encourages children with developmental delays to build self-esteem, as well as motivate physical coordination and mental focus by utilizing the skills of therapy certified agility teams.
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