Joseph Wamback is an experienced Resolution Specialist with a demonstrated history of working in construction, engineering and government platforms.
His experience ranges from Forensic Consulting, adjudication in cross-cultural enviornments, public Speaking, and management.
He graduated civil engineering from Ryerson University and founded Wamback Corporation in 1984.
He successfully completed construction of over 10 million square feet of industrial, commercial projects in Ontario including the $250,000,000 North York City Center.
His business achievements include Forensic Engineering, High Voltage engineering and Design Build Construction.
He founded the Canadian Crime Victim Foundation www.ccvf.net to advocate for innocent victims of violent crime in Canada and created a National petition to change the Young Offenders Act which remains as the petition with the largest number of signatures in all of Canada.
He created partnerships with York University and currently funds programs for residents of York Region who have been victims of violent crime to access qualified psychological counseling at no charge.
He is considered an expert witness and has presented briefs before the House of Commons and Senate Standing Committees and was instrumental in creating 9 amendments to the Canadian Criminal Code to create safer communities across Canada.
He is the author of the Canadian Victim Bill of Rights that was given Royal ascent in 2015.