If you require more information, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our contact details are:
The Equity Office
B513 Mackintosh-Corry Hall
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Phone: (613) 533-2563
Fax: (613) 533-2031
firstname.lastname@example.org- ext. 77581
Irène Bujara has worked at Queen's since 1992 as the Director of the Human Rights Office. In 2005 she became the Director of both the Human Rights Office and the Equity Office. Irène advises the University on its obligations under the Human Rights Code as well as other related legislation such as the Employment Equity Act. Irène holds a law degree from the University of Ottawa. To schedule a meeting with Irène please contact Jill Christie at email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org - ext. 78940
Jill Christie is the Coordinator, Data Management and Administration in the Equity Office and has worked in the office since 2003. The majority of her time is spent preparing detailed reports as well as routine reporting and analysis to facilitate decision making and strategic planning of employment equity at Queen's. She administers the data systems that provide statistical profiles pertaining to the Federal Contractors Program (FCP), the QUFA Collective Agreement and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Jill also performs office supervision and planning duties which includes the coordination of the Senate Educational Equity Committee (SEEC).
email@example.com - ext. 79576
Erin Clow is the Special Projects Officer for both the Equity and Human Rights Offices. She is responsible for a variety of research projects within both offices. Erin holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Political Studies from Queen’s University, a Master of Arts degree in Canadian and Indigenous Studies and a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Women Studies and Political Studies from Trent University.
firstname.lastname@example.org – ext 32563
Meri Diamond is the Administrative Assistant at the Equity Office and has worked in the Office since 2005. As the front line person, she is responsible for fielding inquiries made to the office as well as assisting with any questions that may arise. She prepares facilitators for monthly equity training workshops required by the Faculty Collective Agreement. She also administers the I Count Queen's Equity Census process to all new employees and administers Faculty Appointments Process.
email@example.com – ext. 79338
Heidi Penning is an Equity Advisor and contributes to the oversight function of the Equity Office regarding the University's compliance and commitment to achieving equity throughout the Queen's community. She holds a Professional Masters Degree in Public Administration from Queen's University. Heidi brings with her over a decade of experience about the way that public policy, human behaviour, and community realities intersect to create sustainable and positive change for equity-seeking groups so they can live, work and play with dignity in their communities.
firstname.lastname@example.org – ext. 79576
Shauna Shiels is an Equity Advisor and is responsible for the coordination and administration of programs and special projects that contribute to the University's compliance and commitment to achieving employment and educational equity as well as accessibility throughout the Queen's community. Shauna holds a Master of Arts degree in Sociology and a Bachelor of Arts Honours both from Queen's. Shauna is of mixed Aboriginal and Irish ancestry and has over a decade of experience working with Aboriginal and other equity-seeking groups.
email@example.com- ext. 75734
Andrew Ashby is the Accessibility Coordinator, who is responsible for the coordination of accessibility initiatives throughout the University, including those initiatives stemming from the requirements of the Accessibility of Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). He works collaboratively within the Queen’s community to provide skills and services that will ensure a coordinated approach to accessibility. Andrew also maintains the Accessibility Hub at Queen’s. The Accessibility Hub, a central online resource for accessibility at Queen’s. As a person living with a disability himself, he fully appreciates the significance of being able to work and learn at Queen’s in a way that takes into account dignity, independence, integration, and equality of opportunity.Andrew’s office is located in the Adaptive Technology Centre, Stauffer Library
firstname.lastname@example.org – ext. 32563
Greg Naçu is responsible for creating new online applications, maintaining and updating existing applications, for the Equity Office. Greg also provides technical support and database administration services to the Equity Office staff.