The Next Frontier of Corporate Philanthropy

"What if we evaluated companies not by the amount of profit that they make, but by the social change that they create?"

Tania Carnegie
Tania Carnegie is the national executive director of community leadership at KPMG Canada. She sits on the advisory committee of the Queen’s School of Business Centre for Responsible Leadership and the board of LIFT Philanthropy Partners. She is also a global ambassador for Free the Children and the past director of Habitat for Humanity Toronto. Carnegie is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in recognition of her significant contributions to her community.

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