Former prosecutor turned Immigration lawyer Saad grew up and lived in Asia [Hong Kong] and East Africa before moving to Canada and he brings his unique government and personal experience to his growing practice. Saad is licensed as a Barrister, Solicitor and Notary Public in Ontario and he practises mainly Canadian immigration and business law. Saad has presented regularly at the Doing Business in Canada series with the Canadian Embassy in Warsaw and he is an avid traveller and humanist.
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B.Comm. (Hons.), J.D. (Juris Doctor)
Mariola Misiorowska Ph. D. is an experienced interdisciplinary researcher and consultant, committed
to succeed immigrants’ professional integration and to improving intercultural and ethnic relations in
the workplace. She gained her experience working as a career advisor with newly landed immigrants
to Canada providing high quality services, and educational and training tools to individuals and
organizations. Activities such as diagnosing issues, developing job searching materials and strategies,
preparing candidates for job interviews and training them how better integrate Canadian workplace
give her the opportunity to apply her practical experience and theoretical knowledge to enhance
immigrants’ skills and to ensure their long-term professional integration in Canada.
She holds a Ph.D. in Applied Human Sciences from University of Montreal, Canada with a focus on socio-professional trajectories of new immigrants who are qualified workers and on their successful socio-professional integration. Her professional and scientific publications with her recommendations and training material serve public administrators, employers, community and business development associations to improve services offered to immigrants and minority members. She developed training modules for job searchers as well as for employers dealing on a regular basis with individuals belonging to ethnocultural groups. She is the author of many publications regarding contemporary immigration issues and speaker at several national and international conferences.
Her focus is on individuals’ development capabilities, an approach aiming empowerment of immigrants in order to make them knowledgeable, independent, capable of effective networking and in general, successful in their integration to Canada.