Welcome to Canada’s longest-running and largest investments summit dedicated to foundations and endowments.
With interest rates near rock-bottom, foundations and endowments need to rethink their investment strategies to secure steady returns.
This exclusive event is your chance to source innovative strategies and meet your investment targets.
Act now to establish a cohesive plan to mitigate risks, maximize returns and lower your cost per dollar in financial downturns.
Specifically created for Foundations, Endowments and Not-for-profits, gain practical advice to:
Develop a blueprint to help your Foundation, Endowment or Not-for-profit continue to achieve its mandate and benefit generations to come!
Andrea Cohen Barrack is the CEO of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Canada’s largest granting foundation. OTF works to build healthy and vibrant communities through investments in human and social services, arts and culture, sports and recreation, and the environment. A transformative leader, she has a demonstrated history of both developing strategies which promise positive change and leading others to deliver on those promises.
Andrea came to OTF following a lengthy and successful career in community healthcare, most recently as CEO of Unison Health and Community Services. She is recognized for her expertise in making organizations more effective by ensuring that systems are integrated and impact is both measured and assessed.
Andrea has a MHSc in Health Administration from the University of Toronto and continues to guest lecture in the program. She has pursued her interest in strategy, performance measurement and governance through Executive Education Programs at the Harvard Business School. She continues to pursue her interest in health systems by participating as a member of the Health Policy Council for the C.D.Howe Institute.
A long-time volunteer, Andrea serves as the Chair of International Planned Parenthood Federation, Western Hemisphere Region. She is the Chair of the Dean’s Council for the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, the vice-chair of the Scarborough and Rouge Hospital board, a mentor with CivicAction DiverseCity Fellows, and an Advisory Board Member for the Centre for Effective Philanthropy. Her community involvement includes participation in initiatives that seek to find creative and collaborative solutions to community and human rights issues. In 2016, she was recognized as a WXN Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winner, an honour celebrating fearless female leaders whose efforts to succeed continue to inspire others.
Thomas R. Tritton is a Senior Fellow at the Chemical Heritage Foundation and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Pennsylvania. He is former president of Haverford College, and former president and CEO of the Chemical Heritage Foundation, an organization headquartered in Philadelphia as a library, museum, and center for scholars. Prior to joining CHF he was President-in-Residence at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. He was also a professor of Pharmacology for twelve years each at Yale University and the University of Vermont. At UVM he served as Deputy Director of the Vermont Comprehensive Cancer Center, and as Vice Provost of the university. He is currently Chair of the Board of Trustees at Ohio Wesleyan University, Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of Calm Clarity Benefit Corporation, a member of the Corporation of Haverford College, and member of the Boards of Directors for the Fox Chase Cancer Center, the Greater Philadelphia Life Sciences Congress, and the Center for the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology. In addition, Tom is a scientific advisor to Sefacor, a biotechnology company developing cures for brain cancer, and a senior consultant in CALICO, a consulting firm that provides advice and counsel to nonprofit organizations.