Harvey Low has over 30 years experience as an urban planner and community worker focusing on social research.
He is currently the City of Toronto's Open Data Champion, and serves on the City’s new Open Government Committee. His team manages the City of Toronto’s data visualization tool called Wellbeing Toronto. This web-tool helps measure community wellbeing across the City’s 140 neighbourhoods. It provides a number of facts and indicators that will assist in the monitoring of economic and social wellbeing.
Social Research & Information Management Unit
City of Toronto
Dr. Mishna is Dean and Professor at the Factor Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto and is cross-appointed to the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto.
Professor Mishna’s research is focused on: bullying; cyber abuse/cyber bullying and cyber counselling; and school-based interventions for students with learning disabilities. An integral component of her research entails collaboration with community agencies and organizations. Her scholarly publications have focused on bullying, social work education and clinical practice.
Dean & Professor
Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work
University of Toronto
The Margaret and Wallace McCain Family
Chair in Child and Family
Sue joined Findhelp in September 2012 with a vision to lead the organization through a period of transition and strategic realignment. Since joining Findhelp, Ms. Wilkinson has been actively engaged in social services at a local, provincial and national level, most recently with her appointment as the President of InformCanada. Previously Sue led the Ontario Nonprofit Network through its transition from a rapidly evolving network to an important voice for the sector in Ontario.
Organization building, program creation, innovation, community-based research and strategic partnerships for systemic transformation are areas of ongoing work.
Executive Director & CEO