Rights Act, Ontario Human Rights Code and Occupational Health and Safety Act [Bill 168].
Eva has also provided mediation, workplace investigation, training and workplace restoration for not-for-profit and other major organizations in Ontario.
Prior to joining MIT, her most recent employment was with the Ministry of the Attorney General, Ontario Human Rights Commission (“Commission”) in the Investigation and Mediation Branch. In her role as a Human Rights Investigator at the Commission, Eva handled a caseload of up to 60 human rights individual, complex and multi-faceted complaints and processed approximately 45 annually. In her role as a Human Rights Investigator, Eva also assessed human rights complaints pursuant to the Human Rights Code and other legislation, designed investigation plans, gathered evidence oral/documentary, investigated, conciliated complaints, identified and mediated conflicts and tension within the employment and service sectors and communities.
Eva is also versed in the assessment and analysis of evidence, writing reports and making recommendations based on the findings of investigations.
Eva holds a degree from York University in Sociology as well as a diploma from Ryerson University in Social Work. Eva also holds the Ontario Public Service Advanced Project Management Certificate (2008/2009) and a certificate in mediation. Eva possesses excellent oral and written communication skills.