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Stella Park

Stella is passionate about community development and loves combining her research, teaching and project management skills to address social issues. At the Mowat Centre, she is designing a survey to research about the human capital renewal strategy in the not-for-profit sector. Before joining the Mowat team, Stella worked in the Toronto Immigrant Employment Data Initiative (TIEDI) project at York University where she provided statistical analysis, report development and knowledge mobilization on immigrant labour market issues to over 800 stakeholders in the not-for-profit, government and educational sectors. Stella’s research has been published in the Canadian Review of Social Policy, Canadian Journal on Aging, Toronto Star and Toronto Immigrant Employment Data Initiatives (TIEDI)’s Analytical Reports. Stella completed her MA in Sociology and coursework toward her PhD at the University of Toronto. When not conducting research, Stella enjoys volunteering in her community, kayaking around the Toronto Islands or going camping across Canada.

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September 19, 2013 | Elizabeth McIsaac, Stella Park, Lynne Toupin

Shaping the Future-Findings

Leadership in the Ontario Nonprofit Labour Force
This paper draws on an Ontario-wide survey of not-for-profit sector leaders to examine the challenges and opportunities of human capital renewal in the sector. More
September 19, 2013 | Elizabeth McIsaac, Stella Park, Lynne Toupin

Shaping the Future-Summary

This paper draws on an Ontario-wide survey of not-for-profit sector leaders to examine the challenges and opportunities of human capital renewal in the sector. More
June 5, 2013 | Elizabeth McIsaac, Stella Park, Lynne Toupin

Human Capital Renewal in the Nonprofit Sector

Framing the Strategy
This report identifies and explores three key human capital priorities for the not-for-profit sector: closing the leadership gap, finding and keeping talent, and developing human capital. More