Internationally Recognized Humanitarian Consultant
Internationally recognized humanitarian consultant Deborah Morrish has an extensive portfolio of experience. She has a background in education, public service, and volunteering. She also has been a French Immersion teacher under the Scarborough Board of Education and has worked with the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada since 1998. She is currently the vice chair of the organization. Her experience ranges from consulting to overseeing hearings to running for mayor. She possesses a wide range of skills that enable her to be an effective leader.
As a professional, Deborah Morrish has a diverse background. She has served as a consultant and adjudicator for more than 35 years. She has held positions as an assistant deputy chair of the Immigration and Refugee Board in Toronto and a vice chair of the Ontario Social Assistance Review Board. In addition to being an adjudicator, she has also served as a consultant for the UNHCR in South Africa. Throughout her career, Deborah has aimed to improve the quality of life for refugees in her home country.
Apart from being a mother and wife, Deborah Morrish has also worked as a humanitarian consultant. She has been a volunteer for more than 15 years and has served as a crisis intervention worker in various hospitals. She also served as the director of Community Association of Riding for the Disabled. In addition to these work experiences, she has also studied at the University of Toronto, earning a Master’s degree in French and a Diploma in Studies in French from La Sorbonne.
As a certified mediator, Deborah Morrish holds a Diploma in French from La Sorbonne and a Masters of Public Service. She also holds certification in Alternative Dispute Resolution Parts I & II. Despite her professional experiences, she is a strong advocate of lifelong learning and is committed to promoting lifelong learning. She has numerous degrees and certifications to her credit. She holds a Master of Arts in French from the Canadian School of Public Service and a Bachelor’s degree in Science and Education from the University of Toronto.
After her years of volunteer work in humanitarian aid, Deborah Morrish has become an advocate for people in need. She has been a director of the Community Association for the Disabled, where she was a volunteer for over 15 years. She holds a Master’s degree in French and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education. In addition to her many credentials, Deborah Morrish is a strong advocate of lifelong learning. She has many degrees to her name, including a Master of Arts in Public Administration.
Among her many qualifications, Deborah Morrish is an advocate for human rights and a humanitarian advocate. She has worked for the past 35 years in various roles, including as a vice-chair of the Ontario Social Assistance Review Board. She has also been an assistant deputy chair of the Immigration and Refugee Board. Her experience includes advocacy for people in need. She has a Master’s in International Relations and has a Diploma in French from La Sorbonne.
She has dedicated her life to advocating for the rights of vulnerable groups and individuals. She has a Master’s degree in international relations from the University of Toronto, a Diploma in French from the Sorbonne, and an MA in education from Harvard. Her education has helped her make a difference in the world around her. She is a seasoned humanitarian who is committed to making her community a better place. It’s not just her professional achievements.
As a humanitarian, Deborah Morrish has devoted her life to advocating for people in crisis situations. She is a world-renowned adjudicator and a human rights activist. She also is a passionate proponent of lifelong learning and is a certified mediator. She holds a Master’s degree in French, a Diploma in English at the Sorbonne, and two certifications in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).
A humanitarian by nature, Deborah Morrish has devoted most of her life to serving vulnerable people. She has served as a volunteer at Toronto East General Hospital, where she was a crisis intervention worker. She also is a mother and a lifelong learner. She holds a Masters degree in French and holds a Diploma in French from La Sorbonne. She has been a lifelong learner her entire adult life.