MENTALLY HEALTHY & TRAUMA INFORMED WORKPLACE TEAM
i&i is on the leading-edge of trauma-informed human resource design, helping organizations address employee burnout, stress, and turnover through expert compassion fatigue programs, human resource leadership and change management. Most recently, i&i developed comprehensive trauma-informed human resource practices and bottom-top organizational and governance design for Ontario’s anti-human trafficking (AHT) sector – one of society’s most trauma-impacted sectors.
i&i developed and redesigned HR management practices to address compassion fatigue with innovative trauma-informed workflow processes and human resource policies & procedures to increase staff job-satisfaction, reduce turnover, empower teams and individuals, decrease job stress and burnout, strengthen organizational decision making, deepen organizational trust, lower absenteeism, improve recruitment and retention, and enhance external confidence in organizational brand.
MBA MSW RSW CHRL
Registered Social Worker, Psychotherapist
Founder & CEO
Janice Moro holds an MBA with a specialization in strategic HR design. She is a Certified Human Resource
Leader (CHRL) with over two decades’ experience in HR management and organizational leadership,
including 13 years of senior management experience in developing trauma-informed HR systems design
across sex-trafficking, poverty, mental illness, homelessness, substance misuse, intimate partner
violence (IPV), etc.
Ahmad Moussa holds a Master of Arts Degree in International Law and Human Rights, as well as extensive post-graduate certificates in Humanitarian Law and Public Policy and Administration.. He has over 15 years’ experience working to restore human rights with at-risk Indigenous and immigrant communities. He has worked within the Transitional Justice Process, providing Alternative Dispute Resolution for Indigenous compensation to the Residential School Settlement Agreement.
Andrea O'Reilly has a Bachelor of Arts, Contemporary Studies Degree with Distinction and is currently pursuing a Master of Social Work Degree at Wilfrid Laurier University. As a social sector leader, Andrea is focused on leading growth and transformation from an anti-oppressive framework while advocating for systems-level change, social justice reforms, mental health supports, and removing stigma around mental health issues, grief, trauma, and addictions.
Biography coming soon...