Appointment of Professor Kelly Hannah-Moffat as Advisor to the Provost and Vice-President, Human Resources & Equity, on Sexual Violence and Crisis Services (PDAD&C #11)
|From:||Angela Hildyard, Vice-President, Human Resources & Equity
Cheryl Regehr, Vice-President & Provost
|Date:||October 16, 2015|
|Re:||Appointment of Professor Kelly Hannah-Moffat as Advisor to the Provost and Vice-President, Human Resources & Equity, on Sexual Violence and Crisis Services (PDAD&C #11)|
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Kelly Hannah-Moffat as Advisor to the Vice-President and Provost and Vice-President, Human Resources & Equity, on Sexual Violence and Crisis Services until April 1, 2016. Professor Hannah-Moffat will continue to serve as Vice-Dean, Undergraduate, University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM); and Director of the Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies.
As Advisor on Sexual Violence and Crisis Services, Professor Hannah-Moffat will review and make recommendations regarding the structure and coordination of sexual violence services and crisis services at the University of Toronto. Professor Hannah-Moffat’s work in this role will build on that of the Advisory Committee to the President and Provost on Preventing and Responding to Sexual Violence.
Professor Hannah-Moffat is a faculty member of the Department of Sociology, UTM. Her research has focused on human rights, systemic shifts in punishment, institutional risk practices, and diversities. She has an outstanding scholarly record, publishing numerous articles and books on risk, punishment, gender and diversity, and criminal justice decision-making.
Professor Hannah-Moffat also has an impressive and extensive list of committee and administrative service. Prior to her role as Vice-Dean, Undergraduate, she was Chair of the UTM’s Department of Sociology from 2008-10 and Acting Chair in 2006-07. As well, she was the inaugural Co-Chair of the UTM’s Positive Space Committee for three years. She has served on a number of University-wide committees, including the search for the Dean of the School of Graduate Studies and for the Principal of Woodsworth College. Professor Hannah-Moffat has been a dedicated community advocate through her work with Civil Liberties Associations and non-profit organizations, such as Elizabeth Fry Societies, that work with and on behalf of individuals in conflict with the law. Throughout her career, Professor Hannah-Moffat has distinguished herself as a scholar, teacher, and champion for equity and inclusion.
Please join us in welcoming Professor Hannah-Moffat to this position.