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|2015 Canadian Arts Marketing, Development & Ticketing Conference – The World of Big Data in Today’s Development Office|
|FRANÇAIS – Conférence CCAE 2012 – Le don majeur et le don planifié milieu francophone: l’état de la situation|
|Bill BeanPresident & CEO |
QEII Health Sciences Centre Foundation
|Jan BelangerVice-President, Commmunity Relations |
Great-West Life, Canada Life and London Life
|Penny BlackwoodExecutive Director, Alumni Affairs & Development |
Memorial University of Newfoundland
|Malcolm BurrowsHead, Philanthropic Advisory Services |
Scotia Private Client Group
|Gary DurbeniukVice President, Development |
|Richard L. FrostChief Executive Officer |
The Winnipeg Foundation
|Ted GarrardPresident & CEO |
|Barbara GranthamPresident & CEO |
VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation
|Darrell Louise GregersenPresident & CEO |
|Tennys J. M. HansonPresident & CEO, Toronto General& Western Hospital Foundation |
Vice President & Chief Development Officer, University Health Network
|Susan HorvathPresident & CEO |
ROM Board of Governors
|Steve HoscheitPresident |
Trillium Health Partners Foundation
|Ken MayhewPresident & CEO |
William Osler Health Foundation
|Wendy McDowallChief Development Officer |
YMCA of Greater Toronto
|Bruce McDonaldPresident & CEO |
|Ross McGregorChairman Emeritus |
|Susan McIsaac Former President & CEO |
United Way of Greater Toronto & York Region
|Alayne MetrickPresident |
St. Michael's Hospital Foundation
|Jeff O'HaganVice President, Advancement |
|Myka OsinchuckCEO |
Alberta Cancer Foundation
|Hilary PearsonPresident & CEO |
Philanthropic Foundations Canada
|James StauchDirector, Institute for Community Prosperity |
Mount Royal University
|Innes van NostrandPrincipal |
In the second episode of our four part series, we explore Imagine Canada’s landmark Giving in Canada study with President & CEO Bruce McDonald. Commissioned as part of the Rideau Hall Foundation’s Giving Behaviour project, the study provides an in-depth look into the giving behaviours of Canadians and is the most comprehensive study of its kind. We also ask Marina Glogovac, CEO of CanadaHelps.org, to weigh in on the increasing relevance of online giving as revealed through the Giving in Canada study. Finally, Scott Haldane, President & CEO of the Rideau Hall Foundation, offers his thoughts on the overarching themes stemming from the research conducted by Imagine Canada.
We explore Imagine Canada’s landmark Giving in Canada study. Commissioned as part of the Rideau Hall Foundation’s Giving Behaviour project, the study provides a detailed look into the giving behaviours of Canadians.
In conversation with David Johnston, Chair of the Rideau Hall Foundation and Canada's 28th Governor General; KCI's President and CEO, Marnie Spears; and Scott Haldane, President & CEO of the Rideau Hall Foundation. Launching a four-episode series featuring the work of the Foundation, David and Marnie share their reflections on philanthropy in Canada, while Scott introduces three key research initiatives that make up the Foundation's Giving Behaviour project, each of which will be featured on a future episode of The Ask.
|Marnie Spears C.Dir. President & CEO||Michael Logue Senior Vice President|
|Celeste Bannon Waterman Senior Vice President||Nicole Nakoneshny Senior Vice President|
|Christoph Clodius Vice President||Susan Storey CFRE Senior Vice President|
|Tara George CFRE Senior Vice President||Rose Terzariol CFRE Vice President|
|Kathy Greenwood Senior Vice President||Joanne Villemaire Senior Vice President|
|Ashwini James Senior Consultant||Karen Willson CFRE Senior Vice President|
|Paul Koreen Senior Vice President||KCI adds two new members to its Executive team|
Celeste Bannon Waterman
Senior Vice President, Research & Analytics
Celeste joined KCI in 2010 and applied her research skills and her experience in philanthropy to establish KCI’s analytics practice – including data analytics, predictive modeling, targeted screening and environmental scans – which are now a core element of KCI’s overall continuum of services. In conjunction with KCI’s Executive Search team, she also led the launch of our unique compensation benchmarking services, which provide strategic insight and benchmarking for hospital foundations, universities, and many other sector clients.
Celeste is a recognized research and analytics authority in Canada with a deep commitment to her craft, exceptional at spotting the relevant ‘data’ issues for clients, and then simplifying, problem-solving and determining the right strategic course of action.
Senior Vice President, Assessments and Strategy Development; Editor, Philanthropic Trends Quarterly
Nicole joined KCI 13 years ago and quickly showed her exceptional capacity to generate insights that assist clients in understanding their situations and challenges and help them to determine the best way forward. Her work continues to span a diverse array of client needs, including interim management, campaign management, strategic fundraising planning, visioning and organizational design with organizations across all non-profit sub-sectors. As Editor of Philanthropic Trends Quarterly, Nicole sets the editorial direction, conducts research, and serves as lead writer of KCI’s flagship quarterly publication, adding immensely to the ‘thought leadership’ that is at the core of our work with clients.
Nicole is a perceptive leader, progressive in her thinking and collaborative in her style. Her high level of intellectual curiosity about people and organizations and the conditions that lead to their success means she is always searching for ‘the next right answer’ to each client’s unique challenges.