The MPNL and DPNL programs are focused on leadership and social and organizational change. Our graduates are executive directors of charities, founders of social enterprises, senior managers in hospital foundations and arts organizations, fundraising directors in associations, and officers in university advancement departments — and they’re grant-makers at philanthropic foundations, leaders of corporate responsibility, and policy makers in government. These are individuals who embrace opportunities to make change for a more equitable society, stronger communities and sustainable environment.

A 2022 graduate talks about the challenges of the program

Allison Ramchuk became CEO of the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation, BC, soon after graduating from the MPNL program:

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Banner photo of office is courtesy of Copernico P.