Dory has been an RCIC for over fourteen years and has served on various boards for the last ten. As CAPIC CEO, he achieves sound organizational governance through bylaws and policy, working closely with the board of directors, senior federal and provincial government officials, and the CAPIC team to strengthen the professional culture and its legal framework.
Having chaired committees at CSIC, the ICCRC, and CAPIC, Dory applies his knowledge of finance, management, and communications to legal cases, government lobbying, and parliamentary and standing committee procedures.
Dory obtained a Bachelor’s in Communications from the University of Notre Dame and the Chartered Director designation from the Directors College at McMaster University’s De Groote School of Business. He helped create and build the Immigration Consultancy Program (AEC) at Vanier College and CEGEP Saint-Laurent.
Dianne was born in Madison, Wisconsin, but moved to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) when she was seven years old and lived there for twelve years. She returned to the US for college in Charlotte, North Carolina, before moving to Toronto. Dianne enjoys reading, knitting, and singing.
Alex responds to enquiries regarding seminar registration and technical issues, and assists members to troubleshoot issues encountered when accessing membership services through CAPIC's website, including the IMMeForum and the IMMeCentre.
Alex also oversees the logistics and on-site setup of equipment for seminars and events, and handles the technical aspects of the office's operation. He coordinates various IT projects that facilitate access to membership services and is also involved in the development of the membership management system.
Born in Hong Kong and raised in Toronto, Alex holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto. While specializing in biological chemistry, he also took computer-related courses as electives. Alex is a photography enthusiast and likes to work on DIY projects in his free time.
Shumu's job responsibilities include receiving and processing membership applications and helping out members with their general questions and concerns. She also coordinates and takes part in various membership events across the country.
Born in Sri Lanka and brought up in Bangladesh, Shumu completed her diploma in Print and Broadcast Journalism from Humber College in Toronto. She is fluent in Bangla, English, Hindi/Urdu, a little bit of Gujarati, and has a special interest in issues pertaining to human rights and equality across the globe. A voracious reader, Shumu is also passionate about writing and travelling.
Robert works on a wide range of communications and lobbying initiatives at CAPIC, including government submissions, the bimonthly CAPIC newsletter, promotional campaigns, press releases, and letters.
Born and raised in Montreal, Robert holds two Bachelor of Arts degrees in Creative Writing and English (Hons.) from Concordia University, and a Master's in English from York University. When not crouched in front of his computer, Robert can be seen crouched in front of his computer. He likes philosophy and music.