(November 12, 2021) Cindy Wagman began her nonprofit career as a fundraising manager in a women’s shelter. Since that time, she’s been Development Director for the Canadian Women’s Foundation, The Kensington Foundation, Rotman School of Management, and Campaign Director for the Hot Docs Film Festival. For the past six and a half years, she’s headed up her own consultancy, The … [Read more...] about Podcast Episode 15 – Cindy Wagman and Raise It!
(October 28, 2021) Madeleine Shaw is a multiple award-winning social entrepreneur with more than twenty-five years of experience launching ventures with a social change agenda. At age 25, she founded Aisle, a privately held business whose sustainable menstrual care products are now sold in more than 40 countries worldwide. She’s established the charity United Girls of the World … [Read more...] about Podcast Episode 14 – Madeleine Shaw, author of The Greater Good
(October 21, 2021) Dr. Sara Florence Davidson is an educator, author, and assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at Simon Fraser University. Her brand-new children’s book, Jigging for Halibut with Tsinii on which she collaborated with her father, is a simple story of a young man who goes fishing with his grandfather and returns in the evening, but one … [Read more...] about Episode 13 – Sara Florence Davidson
(October 15, 2021) Dr. Lucy Bernholz is Senior Research Scholar and Director of the Digital Civil Society Lab at Stanford University. For the past 12 years, she has been the force behind the annual Philanthropy and Digital Civil Society Blueprint monograph series. This week her new book, How we give now: A philanthropic guide for the rest of us, has been … [Read more...] about Episode 12 – Lucy Bernholz and How we Give Now
(September 14, 2021) The prevalence of anti-Black racism and its many faces, from racial profiling to police brutality, in North America is indisputable. What #BlackinSchool teaches us is that we know less about is how our schools reinforce rather than erode racism, teaching a one-dimensional, tokenistic curricula portraying Black people, and work to erase the lived … [Read more...] about Episode 11 – #BlackinSchool with Habiba Cooper Diallo