Chief Executive Officer
Kensington Health Foundation
Corinne Rusch-Drutz is the Chief Executive Office of Kensington Health Foundation where she leads the fundraising strategy to support critical healthcare programs and services by building brand and engaging community to develop benefactors. An impactful and innovative leader with a vision to improve the lives of Canadians, Corinne has worked across the non-profit sector from arts & culture and social services to healthcare and higher education. With extensive senior leadership experience in fundraising, marketing & communications, strategy, and advocacy & public policy, she is the former Chief Marketing Officer & Chief Development Officer at the Art Gallery of Ontario, where she championed brand vision and strategy, growing attendance to 1M annually while leading Gallery fundraising and corporate partnerships. Prior to that, Corinne was Director of Marketing & Communications at Baycrest Foundation, overseeing its branding and awareness campaign along with mass donor giving; and Director of Membership & Communications at YWCA Canada, where she developed The YWCA Safety Siren, an award-winning app for smartphones, geo-locating users to services across Canada. A certified yoga instructor and avid cook, she spends considerable free time “Ubering” her kids.