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CHARLIE
WALL-ANDREWS

 Creative • Consultant • Strategist

CHARLIE
WALL-ANDREWS

Strategist

Creative

Consultant

Charlie-Wall Andrews
Charlie-Wall Andrews

Charlie Wall-Andrews

Award winning leader, Charlie Wall-Andrews, specializes in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), sponsorship marketing, strategy, corporate philanthropy, and cultivating partnerships between private with public institutions. As a professional member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) and Arts Consultants of Canada (ACCA), she has gained over a decade of management experience and an abundance of skills.

Charlie has been active in developing her industry specific knowledge. Having already completed both a Bachelor and a Master of Arts degree, she is also a graduate from the Masters of Business Administration program at the Richard Ivey Business School.

Commended for exceptional results and consistent hard work, Charlie has been the recipient of a number of awards, receiving ‘Top 30 Under 30’ from Corporate Knights, the ‘Top 40 Under Forty by the Northern Ontario Business Association, ‘the Vital People’ award from Toronto Foundation, and the ‘Alumni Leadership Award’ from her alma mater, among others. Charlie continues to volunteer after having recently completed her term on the Board of Directors as Vice President on Choral Canada, she is now serving on the Board of Directors of WorkInCulture, and the TELUS Community Investment Board.

Expertise

Creativity
Consulting
Strategy
CSR
Management
Bowling
Brand and Cause Marketing
Stakeholder Relationship

Consult Services:

  • Marketing and Brand Development

  • Fundraising (Private and Charitable Sectors)

  • Corporate Social Responsibility Advising

  • Interim Management Services

  • Temporary Crisis Management for NGO’s
  • Strategic Planning

  • Creative Consulting

  • Partnership Development

  • Mentorship and Leadership Development

Accolades, Awards, Fellowships and Grants:

Top 40 Under 40

The 40 Under Forty Awards give recognition to the regions’ rising stars, applauding the next generation of business leaders and community change makers.

Top 30 Under 30 Canada – from Corporate Knights

A celebration of emerging leadership in Canada that is pursuing a different avenue to push for systemic sustainability-oriented change.

Toronto Foundation – Vital People Award

Each year some of Toronto’s best and brightest leaders are awarded Vital People awards to support their professional development and build capacity and support the upward trajectory of city leaders dedicated to making Toronto the best place to live, work, learn, and grow.

Laidlaw Foundation

Nathan Gilbert Fellowship Recipient: Fellowship designed to help those engaged in research projects that are designed to support community-based investigations of a policy issue.

Nirvan Bhavan Fellowship Recipient

The Nirvan Bhavan Graduate Fellowship has been established to provide financial assistance to graduate students completing research in India studies.

Toronto Foundation – Vital People Award

Each year some of Toronto’s best and brightest leaders are awarded Vital People awards to support their professional development and build capacity and support the upward trajectory of city leaders dedicated to making Toronto the best place to live, work, learn, and grow.

Bill Graham

Awarded by the Pride and Remembrance Association for outstanding community leadership that promotes diversity and inclusion.

Ontario Centres of Excellence

Fellowship to promote globalization of technology and music education

Banff Centre – Cultural Leaders Fellowship

This program has been created by Toronto Arts Council and Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity to enhance leadership capacity in Toronto’s arts and culture sectors. The program is designed for senior-level arts professionals who have demonstrated the potential to lead change in their organizations, communities or arts sectors.

AFP Foundation (Fellowship in diversity and inclusion)

The goal of this competitive program is to build a pipeline of fundraising leaders that reflect and promote the diversity of our communities.

Professional Experiences:

SOCAN Foundation

Executive Director

COSI

Executive Director

G27

Director of Development and Marketing

Choral Canada

Vice-President of Development

CUPE 3903

Vice President, Graduate Assistance (Unit 3)

SGA AGÉ

President

Sudbury Symphony Orchestra

Marketing and Development Manager

Independent Living Sudbury Manitoulin

Director

Inspirations Orchestra

Manager

Singing Out

Executive Director

Common Thread Chorus

General Manager

Playwrights Guild of Canada

Outreach Coordinator

Factor

Jury Member

LGBT Giving Network

Director

Ontario Arts Foundation

Jury Member

Laurentian University

Member Board of Governors
Member of Senate
Various Contract jobs throughout the institution

Work In Culture

Director

Telus

Board Member – GTA Community Investment Board

York University

Graduate Assistant

The Coalition for Music Education

Project Coordinator (Contract)

Artscape

Project Coordinator (Contract)

National Youth Arts Week

Project Lead (Sudbury, ON)

CIMA

Talent Selection Committee (Volunteer)

Ontario Arts Council

Jury Member

Education:

BFA (Hons)

MA

MBA

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