Paul is an internationally respected authority on the social purpose of corporations and civil society organizations. Paul has helped global corporations and leading non-profit organizations to understand and profit from their social purpose. He also writes about corporate social responsibility for Forbes, was selected as one of the Globe and Mail’s Leading Thinkers and has been recognized as one of America’s Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior. Paul sits on the Advisory Board of the Centre for Excellence in Responsible Business at the Schulich School of Business.
Since 1990 Stephen Woeller has helped to raise millions of dollars in philanthropic gifts and to forge innovative partnerships between corporations and civil society. Stephen has extensive experience in philanthropic fund development and corporate-social strategy. He helps both corporate and not-for-profit clients integrate evaluative thinking and practice into organizational strategy as a means of achieving program goals. Stephen brings experience and creativity to both corporations and civil society organizations pursuing positive social change. He has a BA in International Development and an MBA in Agri-business both from the University of Guelph.
GILLIAN MOORE, Advisor
Gillian is passionate about working to create a world where social justice, human rights and sustainable development exist for all people. With a background in the non-profit sector, both in Canada and abroad, and the belief that businesses have the capacity to make great change, Gillian supports Impakt’s work with both corporations and civil society organizations. Gillian has a BAH from Queen’s University in Global Development Studies and Political Science.
Julie-Anne graduated from McGill University, with a concentration in Sociology, Psychology, and Communications. She has experience in the advertising industry and is dedicated to applying her academic background to support meaningful and purpose-driven work. At Impakt, she is committed to being part of the growing movement towards the recognition of shared value.