2014-2015FeatureImageOn behalf of the team, I am pleased to share TRIEC’s 2014-2015 Annual Report. This year vividly demonstrated the power of networks. Among other achievements, our networks helped us to launch the Connector program, reach new non-profit sector employers, and embark on a plan to dramatically grow The Mentoring Partnership.

At the heart of these networks are the connections we have made with individuals. That is where the power lies: in people helping people. Whether a mentor and a mentee, a manager and their employee, a TRIEC staff member and a diversity champion,  success is built on individual relationships where we support each other.

That is powerful.

We believe that the successes highlighted in this report are just the tip of what we can accomplish if we fully leverage our networks. The shining nodes in our network – individuals among our partners, board and staff who have built strong connections with each other and within our broader community – offer great potential to build our programs, reach more employers and, ultimately, support more immigrants.

To those who are part of our network, thank you.
To those who wish to be, please join us.

Download the Annual Report [PDF].

Margaret Eaton
Executive Director, TRIEC