Policy and Program Adviser at the Office of the Fairness Commissioner (OFC)
Angelika Neuenhofen is a Policy and Program Adviser at the Office of the Fairness Commissioner (OFC). The OFC is a provincial public agency that administers the fair access legislation and oversees licensing practices of regulatory professions in Ontario. Angelika’s role at the OFC includes leading a number of policy projects and maintaining relationships with a portfolio of regulatory bodies. She monitors and assesses the regulatory bodies’ licensing practices to ensure compliance with the legislation and to enhance access to the regulated professions in Ontario. Prior to joining the OFC, she was with World Education Services (Canada) where she had the lead for relationships with professional associations, regulatory bodies, and academic institutions. WES Canada is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping international students and professionals achieve their educational and professional goals in Canada. WES evaluates and advocates for the recognition of international academic credentials. As part of this work, Angelika was involved in several provincial and pan-Canadian projects aimed to reduce education and employment barriers for internationally trained individuals. Angelika has a graduate science degree in Physics and a Postgraduate Certificate in Human Resources Management.