The Not-For-Profit Council serves the unique interests of Canadian NFP marketers and fundraisers through education, advocacy, and engagement with other marketing professionals.
The Not-For-Profit Council addresses best practices, trends, measurement, and legislative issues framed specifically for marketing and fundraising in the Canadian not-for-profit sector.
|Elizabeth Marshall: Chair||Executive Lead, President's Office||United Way Toronto|
|Brady Hambleton: Vice-Chair||Vice President, Marketing & Analytics||Canada's Children's Hospital|
|Allen Davidov||Director, Business Consulting||Environics Analytics
|Angela de Burger||Manager, External Communications and Marketing||YMCA Canada|
|Jason Egbuna||Manager, Direct Marketing - Leadership Giving||The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation|
|Jennifer van der Valk||Managing Director, Marketing and Digital Strategy||Government of Ontario|
|John McAlister||National Director of Marketing and Communications||Salvation Army Canada|
|Linda Hazzan||Director, Communications, Programming
& Customer Engagement
|Toronto Public Library|
|Liz Marshall||Executive Lead||United Way Greater Toronto|
|Nympha Patel||Director, Membership & Database Marketing||Art Gallery of Ontario|
|Ronan Ryan||Chief Development Officer||Canadian Red Cross|
|Tamara Pope||Vice President, Marketing & Communications||Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation|
|Tania Little||Chief Development and Partnerships Officer||Food Banks Canada|
|Yaz Maziar||Senior Director, Marketing and Communications||Prostate Cancer Canada|
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*Updated October 30, 2018.
By Cristina Onosé, Director, Government Relations at CMA
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