Daya Counselling Centre Welcomes Chris Moss as their new Executive Director
Daya Counselling Centre is delighted to announce the appointment of Chris Moss in the role of Executive Director, effective January 17, 2022.
A dynamic, multi-disciplinary innovator, Chris has made significant contributions to the fields of education, research, business, and leadership over the course of her career. From developing the nonprofit leaders of tomorrow through her teaching at Brescia College to the creation and support of various community endeavours in the London area, Chris espouses the exceptional combination of a philanthropic heart and a business-savvy brain. Chris’s many achievements include creating London’s first ‘Solutions Lab’ to address key community issues, helping to initiate projects such as ‘Impact Junk Solutions’ and ‘Coupons for Hunger’, and most notably founding ‘Awesome London’ (a multi-national initiative) that donated over $25,000 to local citizens making positive community impacts.
While Chris has expanded her professional horizons and gained invaluable experience collaborating across sectors, she has always maintained a focused dedication to the social good, putting into effective practice precepts like ‘change starts at home’ and ‘think global, act local’. Chris is an energetic, creative, and socially-conscious leader in the nonprofit world. She shares her insight and expertise as a consultant for organizations across Canada, contributing to successful, intentional communities, and challenging leaders across the nation to rethink the way they live, work, and play. In 2014, Chris received the prestigious Toastmaster International Communication & Leadership Award displaying her ability to create impact through leadership in her community.
Among her other community leadership roles, Chris also currently serves as Board Chair for Regional HIV/AIDS Connection (RHAC) in London.
Daya extends its sincere gratitude to all of our counsellors, employees, clients, community partners, volunteers, and donors who have supported us through our transitions contributed to our successes, and most importantly helped us to continue to provide crucial counselling services to those in need during these difficult times.