Working hard for something you don't care about is called stress. Building what you love, and attracting what you need is called purpose. Victor Beausoleil - Principal at Intuit Consulting
Director of Community Engagement
Born in Toronto, Jillisa identifies as a global leader. Growing up, she experienced life through the lens of a quiet individual filled with power. When Jillisa became a teenage mother, many people told her that a successful future was impossible. However, due to her resilience, Jillisa knew that the opposite was true! Through her teenage years, Jillisa overcame mental health issues, bullying, and being crippled by fear. In 2014, Jillisa embarked on a journey towards cultivating confidence. Through deep introspection Jillisa identified her life’s purpose, which is to support others in their personal and professional confidence-building process. Now as a coach, Jillisa Brown assists leaders across the globe in countries like Ghana, Germany, Jamaica and Canada to exude confidence on a daily basis. In February 2019, Jillisa was flown out to Australia to facilitate workshops and mentor 200 college students. In the city of Toronto and surrounding areas, Jillisa continues to facilitate great work in the social service sector and the leadership development ecosystem. Jillisa resides in Toronto, Canada with her son and is currently the Director of Community Engagement with Intuit Consulting.
Micaiah Beausoleil is a son a brother and Nation Builder figuratively and literally. He honed his administrative skill-sets facilitating data entry on the CRM Nation Builder on local campaigns. As a community organizer, he has assisted in convening lectures, forums, and meetings from the age of thirteen. Micaiah has Counsellors Training Certificate from the City of Toronto. Micaiah has been featured in film productions from as early as nine years old and recently attained a lead role in his High School annual play. Micaiah is also currently enrolled in the Ada Slaight Youth Arts Program where he is building his capacity to improve, acting and videography. Micaiah is coordinating communication and social media for his High School Robotics Program. Micaiah also holds a Bronze Star and after fifteen years of swimming lessons is a year away from a Lifeguard Certificate/License. Micaiah currently lives in Toronto with his Parents and three younger siblings.
Founder & Principal
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. In 2013 Victor Beausoleil received his first public service appointment by the Premiere of Ontario Kathleen Wynne as a member of the PCYO (Premiere’s Council on Youth Opportunities). Victor has worked and volunteered in the broader equity seeking communities across Ontario for the past fifteen years. As a lecturer Victor Beausoleil has travelled extensively throughout Canada and the United States for speaking engagements for community organizations and juvenile justice agencies. Victor has worked as a Provincial Youth Outreach Worker, Project Manager, Researcher and Executive Director in the social service sector. Victor Beausoleil has been a board member of the Atkinson Charitable Foundation, The Harriet Tubman Community Organization, as well as a member of the grant review committee's of the Laidlaw Foundation and the Toronto Community Housing Social Investment Fund. Victor is currently on the board of the Toronto Community Benefits Network. The Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, National Post, Share Newspaper and The Caribbean Camera, have all highlighted Victor Beausoleil’s work in communities across Ontario. Victor Beausoleil is the founder of the Social Economy Through Social Inclusion SETSI Coalition. Victor has written eleven books and is currently the Principal at Intuit Consulting. Victor Beausoleil currently resides in Toronto with his wife and four children.
Chauntae Asafu-Adjaye is a social entrepreneur, and a seasoned community worker in the social service sector in Ontario. With a background in youth justice, corrections, and community development Chauntae has leveraged her expertise to support under-served residents in Ontario and scale innovation. Chauntae is of Ghanaian ancestry and has worked with social purpose organizations in Accra and Kumasi to provide meaningful opportunities for children and youth. Chauntae currently resides in Toronto, Canada and is the Administrative Lead for Intuit Consulting.