DISTINGUISHING GOOD FROM GREAT: THE BIG IDEA THAT WILL TRANSFORM CANADIAN FUNDRAISING
Caroline Riseboro, President & CEO of Plan International Canada and President Elect of AFP GTA Chapter, is our esteemed Fundraising Day 2017 keynote speaker!
President & CEO
Plan International Canada
It is through the diversity of ideas, in themselves unique but working alongside one another in concert, that we allow something new to take root – new perspectives, new values, and a new way to see the world.
More than the history of Canadian philanthropy, this is the story of our country’s first 150 years. Now, we look toward the future and the important role that philanthropy will play in shaping the values, perspectives and approaches of the Canada to come.
In her keynote, “Distinguishing Good from Great,” Caroline will share with us the secrets, insights and vision that will ensure fundraisers play a critical role in shaping Canada’s future – and, in the process, help build a better world for us all.
About Caroline Riseboro
Caroline Riseboro was appointed President & CEO of Plan International Canada in January 2016, where she is responsible for leading one of Canada’s largest international development and child-rights agencies, working with children, families, communities and governments in over 70 countries to bring about positive change. Caroline is well respected for being a champion of innovation and is credited with launching numerous ground-breaking and award-winning campaigns that have engaged Canadians in new ways on some of the world’s toughest issues. Before joining Plan Canada, Caroline was Senior Vice-President, Marketing & Development at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation, where she played a key role in expanding CAMH’s reach among Canadians and helping to reduce the stigma of mental illness. Prior to CAMH, Caroline held several senior executive positions, most recently as Senior Vice-President, Marketing & Engagement at World Vision Canada where she was responsible for raising $270 million annually. In addition to serving as chair of the GTA chapter’s government relations committee, Caroline also chaired the Canadian Marketing Association’s nonprofit council as has sat on various task forces with Imagine Canada. Caroline holds a Bachelor (honours) degree from McGill University, and is currently pursuing her Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Carleton University.