Dr. Anthony Hutchinson Resume
(Curriculum Vitae)
Management Accountant/ Evaluator
Researcher/ Non-Profit Organization Specialist


17+ years Leadership, Management, Administration, Problem-Solving, Negotiation
Federal Government of Canada 2008 "Citation for Citizenship" Award Winner
Expert Witness/ Testimony on Social, Cultural, Racial and Systemic Discrimination

Community leader committed to social justice, human rights, and social inclusion

Research, analysis and evaluation expertise with solid technological proficiency
Project manager with acumen to identify niche opportunities for capacity building
Excellent relationships with business, political, academic and funding partners
Solid media, presentation, communication, interpersonal and judgment skills
Expertise in Corporate Finance, Accounting, Marketing and Human Resources
Expertise in social determinants of health, community safety, and "at-risk" youth
International author, conference and keynote speaker, and media personality

Professional Experience

2010 - Present
Expert Witness/ Expert Testimony

Qualified at Superior Court of Justice Ontario (SCJO) by The Honourable Mr. Justice Eugene G. Ewaschuk
- Qualified at First Degree Murder Trial as Gang Expert/ Expert on Toronto Street Level Youth Gangs
- Voir Dire and Cross-Examination by Crown Prosecutors Stephanie Henderson and Laura Bird 
- Voir Dire and Cross-Examination by Liam O' Connor (Defense Lawyer for the Co-Accused Asfaha)
- addressed matters of gang involvement risk factors, gang identifiers, gang hand signs, probability of gang involvement, gang culture, territories and activities of Toronto Streeet Gangs, recent gang history in GTA 
(In the matter of R. v. Sheriffe & Asfawa, Voir Dire followed by Expert Testimony June 20-22, 2012)

Qualified at Ontario Court of Justice (OJC) by The Honourable Justice Gethin B. Edward
- Qualified at Sentencing. Voir dire and cross-examination by Crown Prosecutor Bob Kingdon
- Qualified as an Expert on  Social & Cultural (including Racial & Systemic Discrimination) Matters
- Addressed matters of youth identity, gang culture, gang recruitment, risk factors of gang involvement
(In the matter of R. v. Nolan, 2010-02-04):
Socio-Cultural Factors Assessment Consideration Report

Other Service to the Courts and Justice System of Ontario
Community Assessment Reporting

Pre-Sentence Report (PSR) Critiques & Analysis

2011 - Present
Department Head and Program Chair in Human Services
Tyndale University College & Seminary 
Toronto, ON 
Hold rank of Assistant Professor teaching undergraduate level courses in Sociology, Social Work, Social Policy and Developmental Psychology. Lead the institution's Human Services program with about 200+ student enrolments.

2006 - 2010
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Brampton Neighbourhood Resource Centre
Brampton, ON

Oversaw Brampton’s largest multi-service, multi-site human services agency.
Provided leadership to 90+ staff and 300+ volunteers serving over 100,000 clients.
Accounted to funders and community-based Board of Directors for $6 million budget.
Provided vision, direction and stewardship for 80 programs across 20 service delivery sites.
Sat as expert advisor to numerous community committees, panels and projects.
Spoke and presented for the United Way of Peel Speaker's Bureau and other agencies.

2002 - 2006

University Professor
Ryerson University
Toronto, ON

Instructed courses on: Research Methods, Ethnic Diversity, Community Practice.

Published material on social inclusion, community safety and determinants of health.
Secured project funding for community-based research to optimize policy responses.
Administered, directed and led high profile community capacity building projects.
Supported non-profit organizations in strategic planning and resource development.
Provide expert analysis to CBC and other media on social and urban issues.

2003 – Present

External Evaluator
Various Clients

Assess community projects relative to program objectives and funding criteria.
Complete interim and final quantitative and qualitative evaluation reports.
Support media strategies and press releases that report on program effectiveness.
Report on matters related to fiscal accountability and stakeholder opportunities.

2001 – 2003
Executive Director
Institute for Studies in Social Inclusion (ISSI)
Toronto, ON

Led national think-tank focused on social and economic infrastructure development.

Managed multidisciplinary team of policy analysts and social-economic researchers.
Secured and managed project funding to ensure sustainable resource development.
Presented policy perspectives on social inclusion and social indicator development.

2000 – 2001

Research Associate
Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies, York University
Toronto, ON

1998 – 2000
Policy Analyst
Social Development Council
Toronto, ON

1996 – 1998
Management Accountant/ Consultant
Specializing in Not-for-Profit Development
Toronto, ON

1995 – 1996
Financial Analyst
Magna International Inc.
Richmond Hill, ON

1993 – 1994
Account Manager, Personal Banking
Royal Bank of Canada
Toronto, ON

1990 – 1993
Audit Officer (Commercial Liability)
Royal Bank of Canada
Toronto, ON

1989 – 1990
Staff Development Officer
Royal Bank of Canada
Toronto, ON

Education Background

Doctorate in Philosophy
Political Will as a Determinant of Health: Implications for Human Services in Ontario
Wilfrid Laurier University
Waterloo, ON

Master’s Degree in
Social Work (MSW)
Towards a Model of Ethno-Cultural Seniors Organizing
Social Welfare Policy Analysis
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON

Honours B.S.W.
(Magna Cum Laude)
York University
Toronto, ON

B.Sc. in Psychology
(with Distinction)
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON

1998 – 2000
Human Resources Management Certificate Program

York University
Toronto, ON

Certificate in Providing Direct Services to Newcomers

Toronto, ON
Certified in: Settlement Services, Cross-Cultural Communications and Anti-Racism

Diploma in Accounting
(with High Honours)
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
Toronto, ON

Certificate in Accounting
(with High Honours)
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
Toronto, ON

Certificate in Business Studies
(with High Honours)
Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
Toronto, ON

Awards and Honours

2008 Citation for Citizenship, Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Graduate Scholarship, Government of Ontario
Ph.D. Entrance Scholarship,
Wilfrid Laurier University
Wingfield Graduate Scholarship, McMaster University
Entrance Scholarship, McMaster University
Canadian Millennium Scholarship, Federal Government of Canada

York University Continuing Scholarship, York University (Atkinson College)
Certificate of Recognition for Academic Merit, Golden Key National Honour Society
APUS Academic Award, University of Toronto (Scarborough College)
Royal Performance Award (RRSP Sales), Royal Bank, Toronto, ON
Royal Performance Award (GIC Sales), Royal Bank, Toronto, ON
Royal Bank Service Excellence Award, Royal Bank, Toronto, ON
Royal Bank Top Performance Award, Royal Bank, Toronto, ON
Special Achievement Award: Team-Building, Royal Bank, Toronto, ON
Special Achievement Award: Productivity, Royal Bank, Toronto, ON

Associations and Memberships

2006Present Rotarian, Brampton Flower City Centennial Rotary Club
Present Community-Police Liaison Committee (22 Division), Peel Police
Present Corporate Member, Brampton Board of Trade
2005 – 2006 Executive Member, Toronto Board of Trade
2003 – 2006 Ryerson Faculty Association
2001 – 2006 Wilfrid Laurier University Graduate Student Association
2001 – Present McMaster University Alumni Association
1998 – Present University of Toronto Alumni Association
1996 – Present Seneca College Alumni Association

Other Teaching Experience

2008 – 2009
Masters Thesis Supervisor
Royal Roads University
Victoria, BC
School of Peace and Conflict Management, Faculty of Social and Applied Sciences

2004 – 2005
Continuing Education Instructor

Ryerson University
Toronto, ON

Ethnic Diversity and Social Issues (CSWP 900) – Continuing Education Course


University Instructor
Wilfrid Laurier University
Waterloo, ON
Data Analysis in Social Work Research (SK506) ­– MSW Course

2002 – 2003

University Instructor

Ryerson University
Toronto, ON

Social Work Research (SWP 038) – BSW Course

College Instructor

George Brown College
Toronto, ON

Introduction to Sociology (SOC 100) – Community Worker Program

Project Management and Administration

Community-University Research Alliance: Assets Coming Together for Youth
Linking Research, Policy and Action for Positive Youth Development
Online: http://www.sshrc.ca/site/winning-recherche_subventionnee/results-resultats/2009/cura.pdf
$1,000,000 over 6 years (September 2008 – August 2014): Co-Applicant on 8+ university and 20+ community
CURA initiative funded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). Lead Applicant: Professor Uzoamaka Anucha, School of Social Work, York University. Co-Applicant: Dr. Anthony Hutchinson, CEO, Brampton Neighbourhood Resource Centre (BNRC).

Community Impact Assessment: Guns and Gangs Special Project
Commissioned by the Director of Crown Operations (GTA)

Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General
$15,000 over 4 months (July 2007 – September 2007): Managed 3 employees
Oversaw project team with for GTA wide Community Impact Assessment on community perspectives of the effects and understanding of Guns and Gangs

The UJIMA Project
(CIHR Proposal Development)

$11,000 over 3 months (August 2005 – October 2005): Managed 1 employee
Oversaw project team: 7 co-applicants, 3 universities, 2 hospitals, 24 partners
Community safety and social determinants of health youth-focused project

St. Jamestown L.E.A.D. Project
(Local Empowerment and Access to Democracy)

$40,000 over 6 months (July 2005 – December 2005): Managed 7 employees
Oversaw project advisory group of 14 members and over 200 participants
Community-based research determinants of health and human rights project

The MYLIFE Project (Malvern Youth Leadership Inclusion Facilitation Enabling)
$47,400 over 8 months (July 2004 – February 2005): Managed 45 employees
Oversaw project advisory group of 20+ members and 240+ participants
Community safety and social determinants of health youth-focused project

Social Determinants of Health Framework for Urban Youth
$12,500 over 4 months (May 2004 – August 2004): Managed 2 employees

Malvern Youth Capacity Building Project
$7,000 over 4 months (May 2004 – August 2004): Managed 1 employee

Selected Evaluation Projects and Clients

African Canadian Youth Justice Program (ACYJP)
, African Canadian Legal Clinic
Three-year project (June 2006 – May 2009): Evaluation (Sept. 2006 – Aug. 2009)
Funded by the Federal Department of Justice and Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services: Youth Justice Services

CEAPC Project
, Scadding Court Community Centre (2005 – Present)
Funded by Law Foundation of Ontario, City of Toronto, Canadian Heritage

StepUp! Program
, Toronto Police Service and StageKids (2005 –2006)
Funded by ProAction Cops and Kids

Lights, Camera, Action!
Project, The Student’s Commission (2005 – 2006)
Funded by Toronto Community Housing, City of Toronto, Rotary Club of Toronto

Ethno-Cultural Seniors Advocacy Project
, Rexdale Women’s Centre (2001)
Funded by Canadian Heritage, Multiculturalism Canada

Selected Publications

Hutchinson, A. & De Gaetano, R. (2005). 2004-2005 M.Y.L.I.F.E. (Malvern Youth Leadership Inclusion Facilitation Enabling) Project Final Report.
Toronto, ON: Wellesley Central Health Corporation. Online: http://www.socialplanningtoronto.org/Research%20&%20Policy%20Updates/MYLIFE.pdf

Hutchinson. A. (2004).
Toward a social inclusion model of health governance: A First step in addressing disparities in transparency and accountability between political will and population health. Waterloo, ON: Faculty of Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier University.

Hutchinson, A. & Stuart, C. (2004).
The Ryerson-Wellesley Determinants of Health Framework for Urban Youth.
Toronto, ON: Wellesley Central Health Corporation. Online at: www/ryerson.ca/~sdohyout

Hutchinson, A. & Lee, B. (2004). Exploring social inclusion in practice: Views from the field. Canadian Social Work Review, 22(2).

Levy, J. & Hutchinson, A. (2003). A community organization-based ecological (COBE) approach to health promotion: A challenging new framework to address micro, meso and macro level determinants of health. Health Education Research. (In Progress). Online at: www.yorku.ca/wellness/courses/ HP/documents/1/3_Health_Model _Levy_Anthony.doc

Hutchinson, A. & Drache, D. (2001). Measuring Environmental Inclusion in the Western Hemisphere: Does Economic Growth Foster a Sustainable Environment? Toronto: Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies.
Online at: http://www.robarts.yorku.ca/pdf/2001hsi_index.pd

Selected Conference/ Forum Participation

Expert Speaker: 2010 Canada U.S. Gang Summit in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Wed. Mar. 24, 2010 - Fri. Mar. 26, 2010. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts.

Plenary Speaker: Creating a Culture of Prevention in Vancouver, The City of Vancouver Drug Policy Program. Wed. Mar. 25, 2009. 9:00am - 4:30pm. The Segal School of Business. 500 Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.

Forum Presenter: Community Resliency as a Response to Harmful Substance Use. Centre for Addictions Research of B.C. Earl and Jennie Lohn Policy Room (7th Floor - Room 7000), Simon Fraser University at the Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C. Tues. Mar. 24, 2009. 12:30pm - 2:00pm.

Plenary Panelist/ Workshop Facilitator: The National Dialogue on Resilience in Youth 2008. The Learning Partnership (TLP): Champions of Public Education Across Canada/ Canadain Council on Learning (CCL). Mon. Nov. 17, 2008 - Wed. Nov. 19, 2008. Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Keynote Speaker: Rescue Youth Empowerment Conference 2008, Bramalea Church of God, Brampton, ON

Invited Participant: 2008 Deb Matthews, MPP, Ministry of Children and Youth Services (MCYS) "Roundtable Dialogue on Reducing Poverty in Ontario" (June 6, 2008). Held at Chris Gibson Community Centre, Brampton, ON

Invited Speaker: KPYO (Kids Play, Youth Outlook) Toronto Youth Day 2008. (July 26, 2008). Held at Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, ON

Invited Speaker: KPYO (Kids Play, Youth Outlook) Toronto Youth Day 2007. (July 21, 2007). Held at Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, ON

Invited Participant
: Peel District School Board (PDSB): "Future Search: Reshaping Special Education for Peel Students" (April 2007). Held at Lionhead Golf and Country Club, Brampton, ON

Invited Guest
: 2005 Canadian Business for Social Responsibility (CBSR) Summit “Human Rights: Everyone’s Business” (Oct. 18-19, 2005). Held at the Windsor Arms Hotel, Toronto, ON

Invited Participant
: “Federal GTA Forum on Urban Violence. (Sept. 21, 2005). Held at the Munk Centre, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON

Invited Facilitator: Official Launch of Project PEACE. (July 13, 2005). 40 College Street Headquarters, Toronto Police Service, Toronto, ON

Invited Facilitator
Scarborough Youth Forum (June 15th, 2005). Held at Scarborough YMCA, Scarborough, ON

Invited Participant
St. Joseph’s Health Centre Community Outreach Forum (June 3rd, 2005). Held at St. Joseph's Heath Centre, Toronto, ON

Invited Panelist
Between Two Worlds: Scarborough Students Forge a Sense of Self (March 21-24, 2005). Held at L'Amoreaux Collegiate Institute, Scarborough, ON: CBC

Past Community Involvement

“Safe Communities, Healthy Communities” Task Force.
Conservative Party of Canada

“Good Health, Good Governance.” Federal Minister of State (Public Health)

Project Advisor
Project PEACE, Toronto Police Service

Project Advisor
Bridges Mentoring Program, Toronto District School Board (Ward 21 NE4)

Steering Committee Member/ Incorporating Director
Malvern Community Coalition

Mayor’s Community Safety Plan, City of Toronto

Selected Media Appearances

City TV: "City Pulse" with Dwight Drummond
"Summer of the Gun II” (August 2008)

TVO: “Your Voice” with Cheryl Jackson
“Keeping Our Kids Safe” (April 2008)

TVO: “Your Voice” with Cheryl Jackson
“Mentors” (September 2007)

TVO: “More 2 Life” with Mary Ito
“Fatherlessness” (January 2006)

CTS: “On the Line” with Christine Williams
Multiple Appearances (2006 - 2008)

CBC: “The 6 O ’Clock Evening News” with Diana Swain
Story by Avril Benoit (January 2006)

CBC: “The National” with Peter Mansbridge
“Road Stories” with Mark Kelly (December 2004)

2006 Toronto International Film Festival

Special Consultant to Director/ Producer and Film Participant
“Empz 4 Life” (A Film by Allan King) September 2006

2007 Global Community Film Festival (Commffest)

Executive Producer for “Breakin’ the Blues” (September 2007)

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