Cheuk Kwan

Executive Director

Cheuk offers over 40 years’ experience in organizational leadership and project management. He co-founded an Asian Canadian magazine in cultural and political activism, and led a community protest against racist portrayal of Chinese Canadians by a national television network. Cheuk holds a B.S. and M.S. in systems engineering from Case Western Reserve University and University of California, Berkeley respectively.

Illaneet Goren

Director, Workplace Learning + Development

Ilaneet has been designing and delivering inclusive programs for over 15 years. She is a certified mediator, facilitator and coach trained in Mindfulness. Ilaneet holds a BSW and MSW from Ryerson University and University of Toronto.

Roz Espin

Director, Equity Education

Roz has over 20 years of experience in the corporate, non-profit and education sectors providing training, thought leadership, change management and consulting in diversity and social inclusion. As Director of Equity Education at Harmony Movement, she is responsible for the development and delivery of over 120 workshops and conferences in Ontario annually. Roz is a certified Transformational Core Energy Leadership Coach (CPC, ELI-MP) who helps leaders realize their potential to create positive changes in their organizations and lives.

Rima Dib

Senior Manager, Diversity + Inclusion

Rima is facilitator and public speaker with over 12 years of experience developing and delivering in-depth programs aimed at helping organizations and businesses achieve authentic changes in the workplace culture to reflect the diverse nature of their staff. As Executive Director of Students Crossing Borders, an international outreach organization, and as faculty member of Early Childhood Education at Seneca College, Rima has gained valuable experience connecting with a wide range of groups.

Erin Campeau

Sales + Marketing Coordinator

Erin holds a master’s degree in International Peace Studies from Universitat Jaume I in Castellón, Spain and a B.S. in Psychology and Spanish Language from Central Michigan University. She spent 10 years traveling, studying and working as an educator and researcher across six continents, which she learned firsthand the value of multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion.

Janelle Yanishewski

Manager, Operations

Janelle has a B.A. in Equity Studies and Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Toronto and has an array of experience in the non-profit sector. Her diverse volunteer experiences both in Canada and internationally have fueled her passion for building inclusive communities. Janelle’s experience in administration, communications and marketing has given her the tools to spread the word about equity work.

Maham Malik

Workshop Facilitator

Maham is a community organizer with experience designing social programming in Pakistan and Toronto. Her work has largely focused on addressing gender-based violence and challenges faced by immigrant and refugee communities. She has a BSc in Anthropology and Sociology from the Lahore University of Management Sciences.

Ryan Singh

Workshop Facilitator

Ryan has over 10 years of experience in facilitation and public speaking. He holds an M.A. in Gender, Feminist and Women’s Studies and a B.A. in Sexuality Studies, both from York University. He previously worked as an Interpersonal Communication lecturer in the Community Worker program at George Brown College.

Koryn Stanley

Workshop Facilitator

Koryn is an educator and training expert with 10 years of experience developing and delivering workshops for youth and adults in schools and organizational settings. As a highly engaging facilitator and keynote speaker, Koryn is skilled at navigating challenging conversations around identity and inclusion. She holds an Honours B.A. from the University of Toronto in Political Science and Women Studies.

S-Quire Johnson

Workshop Facilitator

S-Quire has seven years of experience developing and implementing diversity and inclusion programs for educational institutions, for-profit companies and non-profit agencies. S-Quire serves as Co-Chair for the Children’s Aid Society of Toronto Community Advisory Committee. He studied Administration and Information Management at Ryerson University and holds a Certificate of Facilitation from the Nia Centre for the Arts.

Danait Mehreteab

Workshop Facilitator

Danait is a passionate advocate for social justice and community development. After completing Harmony Movement’s Diversity Leadership Certificate Program, she went on to obtain her B.A. in Health Studies and Peace Studies from McMaster University. She holds a post-graduate degree in International Development Studies from Humber College.