2020 Virtual Event

    Bells on Bay Street & Bells on Bank Street Present: The Grinch That Stole Christmas

    Wed, December 2, 2020

    7:30 A.M. - 8:30 A.M.

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    Virtual Tables (10 spots) $200.00 / Virtual Tickets $20.00

    Caldwell Securities & Corporate Class Inc.

    Philanthropic Panelist

    Dan Murray

    Neil Hetherington

    Chief Executive Officer
    Daily Bread Food Bank

     

    Neil Hetherington joined Daily Bread Food Bank as CEO in January 2018. Neil began his career in project management at Tridel Construction, Canada’s largest condominium developer. In September 2000, he made a career change by joining Habitat for Humanity Toronto, at the time as the youngest CEO of a Habitat affiliate in the world. Neil’s non-profit experience includes 16 years as CEO of Habitat for Humanity in Toronto, and then New York City, and two years as CEO of Dixon Hall, a multi-service agency with 240 staff serving thousands of people in Toronto through its social programs, shelters, seniors programs, youth initiatives and community revitalization efforts. Neil holds degrees or certificates from the University of Western Ontario – Huron College, Seneca College, Harvard Business School and the University of Virginia – Darden Business School. He obtained his MBA from the University of Western Ontario’s Ivey Business School in 2013. He is an active pilot and sailor. He enjoys furniture making and in his spare time plays tennis terribly, snowboards poorly and bikes slowly.

    Philanthropic Panelist

    Dan Murray

    Rachael Wilson

    Interim Chief Executive Officer
    Ottawa Food Bank

     

    Rachael Wilson is the Interim CEO at the Ottawa Food Bank. Rachael has been a member of the Ottawa Food Bank’s executive team as the Director, Communications & Development for over four years.

    Prior to joining the Ottawa Food Bank staff team, Rachael held high-level positions within the charitable sector for most of her 20-year career. As a Certified Fund Raising Executive, Rachael is well-versed in what it means to be a leader in this landscape. Since joining the Ottawa Food Bank, Rachael has played an integral role in the strategic planning process and setting the direction for the organization, while also providing strategic counsel to Food Banks Canada as it relates to fundraising and best practices.

    Prior to shifting priorities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rachael helped make great strides in lobbying the City to implement a Poverty Reduction Strategy and helped to bring the issue of food insecurity in temporary emergency shelters to the table. She also worked in partnership to ensure food security was part of the last federal and municipal elections.

    Rachael was born and raised in Ottawa. Although she has left a few times she always comes back to her hometown. She lives here with her husband, two children and her golden retriever, Rosie.