Montreal, April 28th, 2022 – Christian Bolduc, CEO of BNP Philanthropic Performance and BNP Goldie Canada is pleased to announce the appointment of Wendy Corn to the position of Consultant in Philanthropy.
The whole team is glad to welcome Wendy Corn as a new talent who will use her experience to benefit non-profit organizations across Canada.
Wendy has worked her entire career in several non-profit organizations; most recently, she spent more than 14 years as Director of the Foundation of the Mount Sinai Hospital of Montreal, where she conducted and organized several major gifts campaigns and donor solicitation programs. Her work and dedication enabled Wendy to raise more than $28 million to the benefit of patients and their families.
At McGill University, she strategically developed the capacity and reach of the institution’s annual giving programs. After 28 years of experience in the health, education, community, and political sectors, today she is joining the team of BNP Philanthropic Performance as a Consultant in Philanthropy. She will bring her know-how, expertise, and professionalism to the development of fundraising strategies for various mandates of the firm. Her dedication, organization, influence, determination, and especially strategic mind will be utilized to assist Quebec’s non-profits with their fundraising and organizational strategies.
“With significant experience in the fundraising sector, Wendy complements our multicultural and multi-generational team. We will be able to continue our pan-Canadian development to support even more organizations in their fundraising and organizational strategy needs. Over the past few months, our team has grown and expanded its expertise. Our desire to serve organizations across the country allows us to surround ourselves with resources that are increasingly inspiring and motivated by the desire to help others more than ever,” says Christian Bolduc, President and CEO of BNP Performance Philanthropy and BNP Goldie Canada.
About BNP Philanthropic Performance
Co-founded in 1999 by Jean-Robert Nolet and Christian Bolduc, BNP Philanthropic Performance provides support to organizations in philanthropic strategy, organizational management, human resources, and data research. The BNP team works closely with a number of organizations in the health, education, culture, science, and religious sectors and includes several professionals who hold the CFRE designation, the most important accreditation in the philanthropic sector awarded by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Since 2020, BNP Philanthropic Performance and The Goldie Company (now BNP Goldie Canada) have joined forces to support the philanthropic sector on a national scale. This alliance, which brings together more than 66 years of experience and expertise, is part of a desire to continue professionalizing philanthropy in Canada so that each organization can ensure the sustainability of its cause.
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