I've enclosed the phrase in em-dashes just before a "because" construction; is that OK?
With "among other reasons" placed there, it is possible to understand the sentence as saying that "our organization" was a reason formed among other reasons. If you don't want that as a possible reading, place the phrase at the end:
Our organization was formed because of that restructuring—among other reasons.
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