She is the head of our Culture, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Organization practices and a leader in our global Human Resources, Education, and Organizational behaviour practice.
Dr. Mash's Organization work has been primarily around operating model redesigns to create organizational structure, processes, roles/responsibilities, and accountabilities. Major recent engagements have included:
1. Developing an improved operating model for a mid-sized higher educational company.
2. Developing effective leadership team governance and behaviours for a new private life sciences company.
3. Improving decision effectiveness for a healthcare IT & services player and extending the operational model infrastructure for population health management inside a leading Academic Medical Institute.
She has also led the development of Toronto Forensic Consulting and Assessments Culture and has extensive leadership development and employee engagement experience.
Internally, Dr.Mash is passionate about Equality, Inclusivity, and Diversity in the Work-Culture, Women's Education and Leadership, which is focused on increasing the number of women in TFCA leadership ranks. Additionally, her knowledge about "Symptoms of Depression and Stressors in Law Enforcement," Recommended Citation
Mash, Parisa Tiana, "Symptoms of Depression and Stressors in Law Enforcement" (2019). Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies. 7406.
Military community, and persons diagnosed with DID(DSM-5).
Dr.Mash is quite active in her local community. She mentors and assists youth and young adults with career coaching and higher academic endeavour(s), supporting member of Youth Against Violence
Dr.Mash earned her BA from Ryerson University, Masters of Science in Criminal Justice Administration, and a PhD. from Walden University. Dr.Mash recently achieved a certificate in Indigenous Cultural, traditions, and practices.