Coming Soon: Institutional betrayal and the role of the silent board at the Ontario Securities Commission

More than ever, all organization stakeholders expect that boards of directors will up their game in protecting women in the workplace.  When improprieties occur, that includes providing an iron-clad assurance that victims can come forward without fear of  being blamed or shamed the way I have been, and that they will be treated with respect, as I definitely was not. Wise boards know that viewing a victim through the narrow legal lens controlled by heavy-handed lawyers, and not through the healing, victim-friendly lens that experts recommend, is the wrong — and potentially dangerously toxic — approach at this time of awakening.

Yet that is precisely what the Ontario Securities Commission’s board allowed.  

More coming soon.

OSC Board of Directors as of 2019