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SFU hires first Bullying & Harassment Policy Case Manager
Earlier this year, SFU announced that we are taking an important step towards our goal of creating safer, more inclusive campus environments with the creation of the Bullying and Harassment Central Hub.
Today, we are pleased to share that Ikjyot Rehal (pronounced Ik-jotte) has accepted the role of case manager in support of the new Bullying & Harassment Policy (GP-47). Starting October 4, 2021, Rehal will be available to support university community members facing bullying and harassment, as well as supporting the ongoing implementation of GP-47 at SFU.
Rehal joins the university with a masters in counselling from SFU and a background in working with marginalized children, youth and adults from various ethnic groups. She is an advocate for women's rights and uses anti-oppressive, trauma-informed and person-centered approaches to support individuals. Some of her experiences include working as a counsellor, academic advisor and mental health initiatives consultant at various universities across B.C.
To learn more about what the new Bullying & Harassment Policy means for faculty and staff, click here. To learn more about the supports available to those who may be experiencing bullying and harassment on our campuses, visit the Bullying & Harassment webpage.
Please stay tuned for further updates about the development of the Bullying & Harassment Central Hub as we continue to work towards our goal of ensuring that SFU is a more welcoming and inclusive place to work, study and live—for everyone.