DATE: Thursday, June 16, 2016

TIME: 12:00 - 12:30 pm Lunch / 12:30 - 1:30 pm Presentation

LOCATION: Ted Rogers School of Management, 55 Dundas Street West, 7th Floor, Room # 1-148 / 1-150, Toronto, Ontario M5G 2C5 Canada ~ MAP

COST: AFP members : $55 (HST included) / Non-members: $70 (HST included)

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The CAGP Toronto Chapter and AFP Toronto Chapter are thrilled to co-present an opportunity to hear from the authors of the new, highly acclaimed book The Philanthropic Mind, based on comprehensive and candid interviews with Canada’s top philanthropists.

In this exciting and engaging session, Chuck English and Mo Lidsky will highlight and discuss some of the many insights that drive the Canadian philanthropist. The Philanthropic Mind tells the story of the philanthropist as a human, rather than a cheque-book. It expresses their innermost desires of the philanthropic experience, and suggests meaningful ways that professionals can enhance the entire philanthropic experience by being cognizant of those needs.

Signed copies of The Philanthropic Mind will be available following lunch.

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Speakers
Chuck English

Principal

English Marketing Works

Chuck English is an expert in strategic marketing and branding, providing authoritative counsel and effective solutions to clients for over twenty years. His successful firm, English Marketing Works, has improved the capacity of dozens of fundraising organizations, independent schools and businesses by producing measurable results from their marketing investment. Chuck speaks at seminars and conferences, is an accomplished writer, and is a deeply passionate volunteer having served in leadership positions for many organizations.

Mo Lidsky

Managing Partner

Prime Quadrant LLC

Mo is a Partner and Senior Managing Director at Prime Quadrant. Prior to Prime Quadrant, Mo was the co-founder and owner of TMX Inc., a group of automobile restoration companies in Northeast Ohio, co-founder of CharityBids LLC, an online auction platform serving the non-profit sector, and founding partner of Apex Global Capital, a regional micro-finance company in the Caribbean.

Mo also spent five years as the national director and chief executive officer of Yeshiva University (Canada) and Chairman of the THJ Foundation. He continues to sit on the boards of several non-profit organizations, including CJPAC, Jerusalem College for Technology, Hebrew University, and CAF Canada. He also serves as an Investment Policy Advisor for Canada Gives Foundation and the Chair of the Prime Quadrant Foundation.
Mo is co-author of The Philanthropic Mind, profiling Canada’s most generous philanthropists, In Search of the Prime Quadrant: The Quest for Better Investment Decisions, and is now completing his third book entitled, Partners in Preservation: The Uses and Misuses of Investment Advice.

Mo holds multiple degrees, Magna Cum Laude, in Economics and Psychology, from Yeshiva University, and has an MBA from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.