Heather Clark Vice President, Direct and Digital Marketing
Heather Clark joined SickKids Foundation in January 2016. In her role as Vice President, Direct & Digital Marketing, Heather is responsible for driving innovation and growing the direct and digital marketing portfolio to increase fundraising revenue.
Heather is an accomplished senior marketer with experience in B2B and B2C marketing, including brand strategy, mass media advertising, digital marketing and direct marketing. She has a proven track record of developing and implementing customer-centric solutions with ROI-driven business models for some of the world’s biggest brands, such as Chatelaine, Coca-Cola, FedEx, Joe Fresh, Maclean’s, Tim Hortons and Today’s Parent.
Heather graduated from the University of Guelph with an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree in Marketing Management. She is an award-winning marketer, developing the strategies for twelve different campaigns that have gone on to win top awards for achieving results. She has been recognized by Marketing Magazine as “one to watch”, and she was the chosen alumnus to provide the keynote speech at the University of Guelph President’s Welcome, Class of 2010.
In her spare time, Heather writes fiction. She is the bestselling author of two novels, Chai Tea Sunday and Elephant in the Sky. Heather also enjoys travelling, SCUBA diving and reading, but her greatest joy comes from spending time with her husband, three children and miniature wiener dog, Duke.
Lori Davison Vice President, Brand Strategy & Communications
Lori Davison joined SickKids Foundation in 2014. As Vice President, Brand Strategy & Communications, Lori leads the strategic vision for SickKids brand communications. Under Lori’s leadership, the Foundation’s in-house team of marketers, content specialists and public relations practitioners develop and execute integrated marketing and communications programs to build brand equity, raise awareness of SickKids’ global leadership and reinforce the need for donor dollars.
Prior to joining SickKids, Lori had roles on the senior management teams of leading advertising agencies such as Leo Burnett and BBDO, where she led brand strategy on several Government of Ontario assignments as well as for some of Canada’s biggest blue chip brands including RBC and TD Bank.
Lori holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Toronto as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Sociology from the University of Western Ontario.
Lori is an avid runner, reader, gardener and supporter of child and youth participation in sport. Lori is an active Volunteer Official for Swim Canada.
Colin Hennigar Vice President, Major Gifts
Colin Hennigar is Vice President of Major Gifts at SickKids Foundation, responsible for leading strategies for individual giving. Prior to joining SickKids as an Associate Director in 2010, Colin held a number of roles at the Royal Ontario Museum Governors Office during the largest fundraising campaign in the Museum’s history, Renaissance ROM. He is an Advisor to the Sandals Canadian Foundation and he is also Major Gifts Cohort Co-Chair for the Woodmark Group of North American children’s hospital foundations. Colin graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art History and Classical Civilizations and a Master’s Degree in Museum Studies.
Neeraj Mathur Vice President, Business Intelligence and Information Technology
Neeraj Mathur joined SickKids Foundation in October 2016. As Vice President, Business Intelligence and Information Technology, he is responsible for driving digital transformation across the foundation.
Neeraj is a seasoned technology executive experienced in developing and implementing information technology strategies for business growth and running business critical platforms at large global companies.
During his international career, Neeraj has lived and worked in 4 different countries across 3 continents. Most recently, he held senior leadership roles with the pharmaceutical group Sanofi in France and Canada. Prior to that, he had a successful decade-long consulting career with Deloitte Consulting in the United States and Canada.
Neeraj holds a Master’s degree in Statistics from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), and has completed executive and leadership development programs at York and McGill universities.
Neeraj has a keen interest in art and non-fiction literature. He also enjoys running and traveling across the world with his wife and two children.
Seanna Millar Vice President, Corporate Partnerships
Seanna Millar joined SickKids Foundation in 2004. She develops philanthropic and marketing relationships with the corporate sector, stewards corporate donors and oversees the Children’s Miracle Network program.
Seanna has developed her career at the Foundation over 12 years, cultivating gifts through corporate and employee giving, cause marketing, sponsorship and event initiatives. Seanna recently led the Family Campaign at SickKids, successfully engaging staff to contribute $5 million in support of the Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning.
Prior to SickKids, Seanna was the Director of Community Investment at Foresters, where she led the corporate social responsibility strategy with national partners.
Seanna had been engaged in many volunteer activities including Camp Oochigeas, Sunflower House Daycare, Sistema-Toronto, and currently serves on the board of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Toronto Chapter. She is also a runner and triathlete.
Seanna holds an Honours BA in Psychology from The University of Western Ontario.
Angela Murphy Director, Campaign
Angela Murphy returned to SickKids Foundation in 2016 as Campaign Director—she previously worked at the Foundation from 2005 to 2011, holding progressively senior roles in individual giving. In her current position, Angela leads the strategy and implementation for the SickKids VS Limits Campaign—the largest campaign in Canadian health-care history. This role includes working closely with hospital leadership, our 63-member campaign cabinet, the capital redevelopment committee, and fundraising professionals across all giving channels to achieve the Campaign’s ambitious $1.3 billion goal.
Prior to SickKids, Angela was the Director, Campaign & Major Gifts at North York General Foundation where she was responsible for formalizing and growing their Major Gifts Program and launching their $150 million Campaign, the largest in the organization’s history.
In her previous time at SickKids, Angela launched the Foundation’s Donor Advised Fund Program and helped secure the largest single philanthropic gift the Foundation had ever received at the time.
Angela holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree from McMaster University. She is an avid runner and tennis player and the proud mother of two daughters.
Emily Pang Chief Operating Officer
Emily Pang joined SickKids Foundation in January 2018. In her role as Chief Operating Officer, Emily is responsible for a broad portfolio, including Finance, Human Resources, Legal, Granting and Board governance.
Emily is a seasoned business executive with a diverse range of experience, including strategy, accounting and taxation, communications and investor relations, human resource matters, data integrity and reporting, as well as governance. She has held roles both in Canada and abroad, driving and implementing transformational change in large organizations. Prior to joining SickKids, Emily worked in the banking, consulting and postal/logistics industries.
Emily is a CPA CA who earned a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Queen’s University. She is also a graduate of the joint Kellogg-Schulich MBA program. She most recently earned her ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors. She currently sits on the boards of three not-for-profit organizations: Matthew House, Toronto Humane Society and Yee Hong Centre for Geriatric Care.
Adam Starkman Vice President, Corporate Partnerships
As Vice President, Corporate Partnerships, Adam Starkman leads a highly collaborative team that establishes and enhances integrated partnerships with its corporate partners. By working meaningfully together, SickKids Foundation is able to provide measurable value to its partners, and demonstrate the impact of their engagement on The Hospital for Sick Children while accomplishing its mission to raise awareness and funds for child health.
Adam has spent his career in the charitable sector. In his more than 12 years at SickKids Foundation, he has held progressively senior roles on both the Corporate Partnerships and Major Gifts teams. He has developed and led multi-million dollar fundraising campaigns, and worked with some of Toronto’s leading philanthropists and Canada’s most successful companies to achieve their philanthropic goals.
In 2016 Adam was seconded to work directly with Canada’s Children’s Hospital Foundation Executives and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, based in Salt Lake City, Utah to reimagine the national fundraising collaboration. As Interim Chief Development Officer, Adam led the working group that developed a new business model for Children’s Miracle Network in Canada, and established Canada’s Children’s Hospital Foundations.
While at SickKids Adam achieved a Masters degree in Strategic Foresight and Innovation from OCAD University, and has developed expertise in using human centred design and service design methodologies to create an optimal experience for donors and partners.