Recording of “Nonprofit Founders and Organizational Succession: Joys and Challenges”

A virtual event from the MPNL program on March 26, 2024 .

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The panellists:

Susanna KislenkoSusanna Kislenko is a social psychologist who researches founder leadership in both nonprofit and for-profit contexts. Kislenko is an Adjunct Research Professor in the School of Public Policy & Administration, at Carleton University, and is the Skoll Centre Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford. Prior to entering academia, she worked in the non-profit sector across Canada for 12 years, holding a number of leadership roles in social service organizations.

Marc Hull-Jacquin is the Founder and CEO of Shelter Movers, is a national, volunteer-powered charitable organization providing moving and storage services at no cost to individuals and families fleeing abuse. Shelter Movers collaborates with local businesses and community agencies to support people, primarily women and children, as they transition to a life free of violence.

Paloma Raggo, March 2024Dr. Paloma Raggo is an Assistant Professor at the School of Public Policy and Administration, at Carleton University, and Director of Charity Insights Canada Project / Projet Canada Perspectives des Organismes de Bienfaisance (CICP-PCPOB), which aims to ensure that policymakers, practitioners, researchers, and the general public have accurate, timely, and comprehensive information about the charitable sector in Canada.

Mary A. TidlundMary A. Tidlund is an accomplished business leader, board member, nonprofit consultant and international philanthropist who co-founded numerous corporations, including Williston Wildcatters Oil Corporation, and founded the former Mary A. Tidlund Charitable Foundation. She’s the author of Memoirs of a Wildcat: Unadoptable, Unstoppable, Unconditional Love. Her former Foundation worked in 29 countries for 19 years and focused on empowering women and children to make lasting changes in health, education and the alleviation of poverty.

Susan PhillipsDr. Susan Phillips, Graduate Supervisor of Carleton University’s Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership (MPNL) program and Professor in Carleton’s School of Public Policy & Administration, will moderate the panel. Her research focuses on comparative public policy for the third sector; philanthropy and nonprofits; and public management. She recently published a book, “Philanthropic Response to Disasters: Gifts, Givers and Consequences,” with Alexandra Williamson and Diana Leat.

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