BMO Pride is pleased to kick off Pride Month in Toronto with an interactive panel and networking session entitled #BMOforWomen: The Journey to Leadership. If you’re in the Toronto area, and are interested in an evening of networking, and hearing the career journeys of three successful, out women, we encourage you to learn more and RSVP here.
Susan Mullin, Senior Vice-President, Philanthropy, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation
Since joining CAMH eight years ago, Susan has played a leadership role in all areas of fundraising including strategy and implementation of Canada’s largest mental health fundraising campaign, the $200 million Breakthrough Campaign. She works with senior business and community volunteers and leads or has led major gift, corporate, event, direct marketing, and peer-to-peer fundraising. Susan has nearly 30 years of fundraising experience in various sectors and with development offices ranging in size from two to 45 staff.
Susan received the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Greater Toronto Chapter’s Outstanding Fundraising Professional Award in 2010. Her community work includes volunteer roles on the board of Community One Foundation (formerly the Lesbian and Gay Community Appeal) and as the President of AFP’s Greater Toronto Chapter. Susan is currently a mentor in AFP’s Fellowship in Inclusion and Philanthropy Program.
Carol Osler, SVP and Head of Financial Crimes & Fraud Management Group, TD Bank Group
Carol Osler has been with TD Bank Group since 2009. During her tenure Carol has successfully spearheaded numerous bank-wide initiatives that include standardizing methods and practices used for project management, building a best-in class security and special investigation teams and creating a fraud centre of excellence.
Carol currently oversees TD’s Financial Crimes and Fraud Management Group (FC&FMG) comprising of a portfolio which includes Business Management & Governance, Global Security & Investigations, North American Fraud Analytics, North American Fraud Operations, plus Fraud Strategies, Solutions and Innovations. Her mandate is to deliver and advance TD’s financial crimes and fraud centre of excellence. In 2012 Carol was the first woman to receive the Security Director of the Year award from Security Magazine; she received the Catalyst Canada Honours Emerging Leaders Award; is a 2015 National Association of Professional Women VIP Woman of the Year recipient, in 2014 and 2015 was named one of Canada’s Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network, and in 2012 received the Deloitte Out on Bay Street Professional Leadership Award.
Jennifer Quinn, Senior Vice President, Commercial Projects, Infrastructure Ontario
Jennifer is a finance executive and strategic thinker who applies business acumen to drive solutions to complex challenges. In her current role as Senior Vice President of Commercial Projects at Infrastructure Ontario, she leads a team of professionals who identify, assess and deliver commercial transactions on behalf of government. Examples include divesting of surplus Provincial properties in support of the Trillium Trust, designing and executing a program designed to increase affordable housing supply by leveraging the Province’s land assets and supporting the government in meeting its vision for Ontario Place.
Prior to joining IO, Jennifer worked at Deloitte where she advised government on Public Private Partnership and Alternative Service Delivery transactions – from business case assessment to transaction execution.
Jennifer is a member of the Board of Directors of the Toronto Lands Corporation and has held previous board positions with Women’s College Hospital and Pride at Work Canada.