Luci Ribeiro-Morgan has a professional designation in facilities management and a degree in office design. With over 20 years’ experience in administration and office services, she brings a wide range of insights and best practices to her role at CCDI.
Her career in administration began in Montreal, supporting the Social Services department at one of the City’s public school boards. In the ‘80s, after a year travelling in Europe, Luci decided to go back to school. The next seven years included bouts attending college, burning the midnight oil and short-term assignments at some of Montreal’s top commercial law firms.
Graduation coincided with one of Canada’s severest recessions. With the job market in turmoil, she opted to take on a full-time position with one of her law-firm clients. Fast-forward and Luci is on a Via Rail train to visit family in Toronto when she met her now husband, Ross. Long love story short, she took the plunge and transferred to her law firm’s Bay St location where she worked for several years.
After an assignment at a dot.com company setting up their Toronto and Chicago offices, Luci returned to Bay St where she worked at a boutique valuation and litigation support practice. There followed a couple of stints working in communications and stakeholder relations with international pharmaceutical companies. Downsizing prompted a move back to Bay St. Working for one of the Big 4 accounting firms, she led a team providing administrative and facilities services to three of her firm’s GTA locations for over 10 years.
Luci’s recent volunteer efforts include The 519, Not Far from the Tree and the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program. She is delighted to be a part of the CCDI team helping address diversity and inclusion in the Canadian workplace.