Cate Moss

Cate Moss is the National Human Rights Coordinator for Unifor Local 2002, the airline division of the largest private sector union in Canada. In 2006, Cate was appointed to her current position, where she represents the union's interests on matters related to human rights and workplace investigations for approximately 14,000 union members in 20 different companies across Canada, including Air Canada, Jazz Aviation, Canadian North, Ornge, Swissport, Porter Airlines, and the Greater Toronto Airports Authority. Her primary role pertains to conducting workplace harassment, discrimination, and violence investigations jointly with the management-designated investigator, and she is a resource for union members and leadership. Cate also teaches several courses on behalf of the Unifor national office's education department for all sectors of Unifor, including telecommunications, rail, and auto, on harassment investigations, human rights, conflict resolution, and the duty to accommodate.

Cate volunteers as a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI) and has been the Chair of the Canadian Chapter since 2020. She is a weekly contributor to the AWI Weekly, has been faculty at various AWI training institutes, and has contributed to the review of AWI curriculum.

Born, raised, and currently residing in Montreal, Cate is fluent in English and French. After graduating CEGEP, Cate began her career at Air Canada in 1985 as a Customer Sales & Service Representative and was an in-workplace union representative for approximately 15 years.

Tel: (514) 891-4062