Our team brings together a diverse set of skills with a shared passion and drive to make work better for our clients, their workforce, their organization, and for society.
CHRistine Yip – Founder and Managing director
Christine has spent her career helping organizations improve how they manage their people, find solutions to achieve their goals, and increase their impact. Her clients have ranged from grassroots not for profits to Fortune 500 multinational businesses, and international NGOs. She holds a masters degree in both Organizational Psychology and in Social Policy. Her education and work experiences have fuelled her passion for making work better- better for her clients, their workforce, and for society.
Alexandra Olsacher - Business Development SPECIALIST
Alex is OFI’s Business Development Specialist, playing a critical role supporting initiatives focused on building and growing OFI’s capacity to make work better. She holds a B.Sc. in Business Administration and an M.Sc in Strategy, Innovation and Management control from Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU). She is currently working on completing her second Masters in International Business at Queen’s University.
Lillie sun – Social Media & Marketing Director
Lillie Sun leads Social Media & Marketing at Organizations For Impact, aspiring to position OFI as an industry thought leader and pave the way for the future of work. She is currently studying at the Ivey Business School in London, Ontario and draws from her experiences working on the marketing teams of various tech startups in Toronto.
Rebecca Lee - Associate Consultant
Rebecca is an Associate Consultant at Organizations for Impact with an interest in fostering well-being in employees and making organizations great places to work. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Guelph, studying Industrial and Organizational Psychology and has previous experience consulting for public sector organizations.
Our cross sector Advisory Council provides insight and expertise to help us meet our client's needs and achieve our goals.
Michèle is the Chief Change Officer and Strategic Alignment at McDonald’s Canada. She has held a variety of leadership roles across the company. Most notably, as Lead of the Worldwide Operations and Global Labor teams, as the Canadian National Director for Training, Learning & Development, and as Chair of the Canadian McDonald’s Women’s Leadership Network.
Jo is the National Director of Social Enterprise at the Centre for Social Innovation, leading social enterprise development across a number of vibrant networks in Ontario and Canada. In her role, she works alongside community groups, foundations, social entrepreneurs, and business leaders to advance the application of social finance and social entrepreneurship.
Munir is a Partner in the Technology Advisory practice at Deloitte. Munir has 15 years of consulting experience working across the Retail, Banking, and Transportation sectors. His expertise in IT strategy, business optimization, and technology-enabled transformation enables his clients to transform their technology to drive their business strategy.
DR. LEANNE SON HING
Leanne is an Associate Professor at the University of Guelph's Industrial and Organizational Psychology program and a scholar in the Successful Societies Program of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (CIFAR). Her research takes an interdisciplinary approach to examine social justice issues in the workplace.
DR. TOM OLIVER
Tom is a manager within the Organizational Development practice at Rogers Communication Inc. For 10 years he has worked as both an internal and external consultant with a focus on assessment, leadership development, employee engagement, and selection.
Noah is the Director of Policy and Research for Maytree, a Toronto-based foundation working to reduce poverty in Canada. He has spent his career in public policy in the public, non-profit and think tank sectors, including as a practice lead at the Mowat Centre and as a senior policy advisor in the Ontario Cabinet Office.