Vice-President, Human Resources & Equity
Professor Kelly Hannah-Moffat was appointed as Vice-President, Human Resources & Equity effective October 1, 2016. A former Vice-Dean Undergraduate at University of Toronto Mississauga, she is a full Professor in Criminology at the department of Sociology and cross-appointed to the Centre of Criminology and Socio-Legal Studies. Professor Hannah-Moffat’s research has made important contributions to social and criminal justice policy and solitary confinement and institutional risk management practices.
In her role as the Vice-President she is responsible for employment and labour relations with 28 employee groups, including 23 bargaining units, four non-union groups, and the Faculty Association. Her portfolio also oversees recruitment, organizational and staff leadership and development, compensation, benefits, pension, HR technology and innovation.
A key priority of Professor Hannah-Moffat’s mandate is to promote a teaching, learning, and working environment that is equitable, diverse, and inclusive for all U of T employees. She also has shared responsibility for the Personal Safety, High Risk, Sexual Violence Prevention and Support team, as well as for Campus Police and Crisis Management.
To learn more about the reporting structure of the Division of HR & Equity, review our Organizational Chart.