discrimination and harassment legislations and policies, and the purpose and application of internal organizational workplace policies, and collective agreements.
Melany also has over 20 years of hospital administrative experience in various hospitals, medical clinics, and licensed diagnostic laboratories throughout the City of Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). She currently practices Human Rights, Employment and Mental- Health law as a solepractitioner in Toronto. She has provided workplace discrimination and harassment investigation services to
both public and private sectors within large and multi-faceted institutions and organizations. As a human rights practitioner, investigator and as a person, Melany is dedicated and passionate about social justiceand advancingand promotinghuman rights, diversity and equality for all.In her human rights practice, she is guided by the principlesof due process and procedural fairness. As such , she conducts impartial, objective and bias-free investigations with good judgment, integrity and discretion.
Melany ’ s volunteering experiences at the Canadian Center for Victims of Torture, her support of an orphanage for vulnerable children in Uganda, Africa, her active membership in Toronto’ s Law , the Mental Disorder Association, and empaneled membership on the Legal Aid Consent and Capacit y Board of Ontario, demonstrateher social commitment to her local and international community
Melany possesses excellent oral and written communication and analytical investigation skills.