Lyne Moussa, a seasoned HR professional, excels through her analytical problem-solving approach. Her talent for simplifying intricate HR concepts into practical, actionable strategies enhances process efficiency and ensures adherence to HR regulations. 

Lyne brings to TII a wealth of experience that includes the issues around a variety of Workplace Investigations and the mitigation of Insider Threats.

Lyne’s commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility is unwavering, as is her dedication to supporting individuals and organizations with mental health, employee well-being, and business alignment. At the core of Lyne’s leadership philosophy is collaboration. Working closely with cross-functional teams, she integrates initiatives seamlessly with broader organizational goals. Her efforts create a workplace culture promoting individual and organizational success through trust, transparency, and continuous improvement.

Steve Hess has over thirty years of experience in the fields of security, crisis management and policing. Steve’s career has included police and government service in Canada, and he has held senior positions in private and corporate security in North America and the Middle East. Steve has served as the director of global corporate security for multi-national companies in the agrochemical and fertilizer industries and has presented in trainings and seminars on chemical security to industry and public sector audiences around the world. In addition to his work with TII, Steve is an Affiliated Expert with CRDF Global and the principal of a chemical security consultancy to industry and government.

Steve has authored and participated in numerous research projects in the fields of public sector policing and private security, and has been responsible for the implementation of regulated security training for government. He has served as President of the International Association of Security and Investigative Regulators.

Steve holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education degrees from the University of British Columbia and certificates from the Canadian Police College in Advanced Police Studies and the University of St. Andrews (Scotland) in Terrorism Studies.

Poh is a dynamic problem solver with over 20 years of experience working with the Hong Kong securities regulator. She has extensive experience in developing and shaping policies and strategizing implementation of regulations relating to the financial markets. She is an engaging communicator who supports the senior management team in engagements with international financial organizations, overseas government authorities and regulators, and represented the organization in negotiations on various occasions in bilateral and multilateral agreements. She had also co-authored two public reports related to securities market regulation.

As a professional, she loves to digest complex problems and convert them into clear actionable ideas. She thrives in fields where she can combine imagination, open-mindedness, and strategic thinking skills.

Poh is a certified coach and a trained facilitator who is highly passionate about bringing individuals and teams to a higher level of awareness and performance through innovative thinking and tools, as well as collaborative work environments.

Vincent Cook is a young, enthusiastic and driven entrepreneur with a passion for cyber security, education, and mindfulness.  Vincent began his first cyber security company at 14 years old, delivering security assessments and open source intelligence investigations.

He is certified in several leading Open Source Intelligence training programs, which enables Vincent to support Toddington International by developing and facilitating specialized Dark Web Intelligence, Deep Web Intelligence and Social Media Intelligence training courses/content for a wide range of agencies.

Vincent delivers intelligence investigations and training to international partners, including government agencies, counter-terrorism units, financial institutions and private sector organizations.

His goal for clients is to help develop and strengthen their ability to use Open Source Intelligence methodology within tactical collection and data analytics tools.

Upon graduating from Carleton University with an undergrad degree in Law and Psychology, Louise became one of the first group of female pilots in the Canadian Forces, where she enjoyed a twelve-year career of flying both fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft.  Louise brings over 25 years experience as a police officer to her position as an instructor at Toddington International, including 12 years as a Major Crime Detective.  She has a proven record in every role of Major Crime Investigations including, Team Commander, Primary Investigator and File Coordinator, and is designated as a Primary Investigator in the RCMP Kidnapping Protocol.  She is recipient of five Police Chief’s commendations for investigative excellence and has a reputation as a strong and innovative leader who successfully guides investigative teams within a strong moral, legal and professional framework.

For the past 10 years, Louise has been developing and instructing advanced investigative courses for the Justice Institute of British Columbia.  Louise’s original investigative and critical thinking courses were developed for Police Detectives.  She has since adapted the material to teach agency specific best investigative practices to regulatory agencies across the country.  Her knowledge, experience and ability to guide investigators from theory to practical application through the use of interactive investigations inspires her students.  In 2018, Louise’s courses were credited with raising the standard of investigative practices in regulatory investigations by a committee of Federal and Provincial Justice and Public Safety Ministries.

Louise has a passion for conducting professional and effective investigations, and for sharing knowledge and experiences with her fellow investigators.  To that end, Louise has also consulted with federal and provincial agencies to draft investigative protocols and build effective enforcement teams.

As an associate of Toddington International’s Vancouver Headquarters, Sarah provides daily support for the company’s international e-learning division.

Sarah is also an Investigator for Service Canada – Employment and Social Development Canada’s Integrity Services Branch, specializing in the Temporary Foreign Worker Program.  She conducts investigations on employers in order to determine compliance in accordance with the Immigration and Refugee Protection Acts and Regulations (IRPA/IRPA).

Sarah previously worked for Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) at the Vancouver International Mail Centre for over three years, first as a Student Border Services Officer and then subsequently transitioning into an administrative role as an Enforcement Clerk, as well as a Casual Refunds & Processing Clerk.  While working as an officer for CBSA, she interpreted and applied the Customs Act, and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, intercepting and seizing contraband travelling through the mail stream, including a variety of narcotics, prohibited weapons, illegal media, and other forms of impermissible goods, through the use of x-ray detection technology, risk assessments, and inspections.