The VJN is supported by the efforts of a dedicated group of volunteers and advisors who have been working collaboratively with the Executive team to develop a new website that will be accessible to the public in late-Spring 2015.
Key members of the VJN advisory group include:
Robin Flumerfelt, Crown Counsel at the Crown Law Office – Criminal where he argues cases before the Ontario Court of Appeal and conducts justice prosecutions. Robin is also Director of the Ontario Crown Homicide Course and Director of Joint Programming for the Ontario Crown Attorney’s Association.
Patricia Hung, Police officer, Toronto Police Service (TPS), a certified From Heartbreak to Happiness™ Coach, author, speaker, is on the VJN National Victim Advisory Committee and is the mother of a murdered child.
Fiona MacCool, Your Legal Rights Project Manager at Community Legal Education Ontario CLEO, Fiona is the Project Manager at CLEO and manages the “Your Legal Rights” website specializing in electronic strategy and online collaboration for non-profit organizations.
Meghan O'Brien, Meghan O'Brien is a Communications Lead with Payments Canada where she is responsible for providing strategic communications advice to leadership, crisis communications planning, message development and media relations. Before joining Payments Canada, Meghan was a journalist for more than a decade. She reported on high-profile crime stories and collaborated on investigative projects that held institutions and individuals accountable. In 2014, she joined the Victim Justice Network as a Volunteer Senior Communications Advisor to oversee content creation and manage communications.
Andre Paradis, Consultant, Former Director, Community Information & Training Services at Findhelp Information Services - 211 Toronto, Andre has years of experience in the non-profit sector and has expertise in the management of information and referral databases which link to thousands of community programs and services across Canada.