Victor Beausoleil is one of the co-founders of Redemption Reintegration Services (RRS). He has been working with equity-seeking organizations for the past 10 years, and, through his work, identified a gap in programs and services dedicated to youth offenders. We will be speaking about RRS’ impact in our community at the Manyatta Cares Event.
Victor Beausoleil was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. Victor is a husband and father of four brilliant children. Victor is a community organizer, facilitator and lecturer on youth engagement, educational attainment and community development and has worked and volunteered in the broader equity seeking communities across Ontario for the past ten years.
Victor has worked as a Provincial Youth Outreach Worker, Youth Engagement Coordinator, Manager and Program Director in the social service sector. At the age of 25 Victor Beausoleil Co-Founded Redemption Reintegration Services one of the largest youth-led, youth justice agencies in Canada. As the Founding Executive Director Victor managed a 3.5 Million dollar budget and through research and advocacy built RRS into a leader in youth justice.
Victor Beausoleil is currently a board member of the Atkinson Charitable Foundation, Victor also sits on the board of The Harriet Tubman Community Organization and for the past two years Victor has been a member of the grant review committee of the Laidlaw Foundation and is also a member of the grant review committee for Toronto Community Housing Social Investment Fund. The Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, Sway magazine, Share Newspaper and The Caribbean Camera, have highlighted Victor Beausoleil’s work in communities across Ontario.
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