Chief Executive Officer
For twenty-five years, Robin has been entrenched in the non-profit, charitable sector, most recently as the National Director of Development for Osteoporosis Canada. She developed a comprehensive understanding of the needs of lymphoma patients in Canada during her eight-year tenure at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada in the capacity of National Director of Development & Marketing. She has also held the positions of Regional Director, Ontario, of Kids Help Phone and Development Director of Second Harvest in Toronto.
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Director, Fund Development and Signature Events, Québec
Sophie began her fundraising career in the Jewish community in Montreal over fifteen years ago. In the years to follow, she has held positions at the State of Israel Bonds, the Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre, Na'amat Canada Montreal, YM-YWHA West Island JCC, and most recently Executive Director of The Reconstructionist Synagogue of Montreal. Her extensive experience with the Montreal community along with her incredible interpersonal skills, make Sophie a true compliment to the Quebec team. Her extensive experience with events and fundraising enabled Sophie to launch the inaugural take it to the mat event in Montreal seamlessly. Anyone who meets Sophie is charmed by her incredible disposition, warmth and compassion.
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Regional Director, Québec
Marketing Director, Canada
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National Director, Education & Services
Lorna has successfully held senior leadership roles in a number of national charities over the past twenty years, and has a diverse background in fundraising, communications, strategic planning and mission development. Lorna spent the past eleven years working with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada, most recently as Senior National Director, Mission Programs & Corporate Communications. She has a stellar reputation and is frequently asked to present on the emerging trends and critical issues in the Canadian lymphoma landscape.
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Elizabeth has extensive academic and research experience in the fields of immunology and cancer biology. She completed her B.Sc. in Immunology at McGill University and carried out her doctoral research at the University of Toronto, where she worked with world-renowned researchers at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. More recently, Elizabeth worked as a Medical Editor for the development of educational and support resources for cancer patients and is passionate about helping people build knowledge and confidence to actively participate in their health and wellness.
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