Meet your team
Cindy Wagman, President and CEO
Cindy Wagman is the President and Founder of The Good Partnership, a values-driven, social-justice informed consultancy that is working to unlock the potential of small nonprofits through fundraising. Cindy became a Certified Fundraising Executive in 2009 and received her MBA from the Rotman School at the University of Toronto in 2013. Cindy has presented for AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals), CanadaHelps, CharityVillage, Bloomerang, Keela, and Fundraising Everywhere. She is the host of The Small Nonprofit podcast, Canada’s #1 podcast for charities and author of Raise It! The Reluctant Fundraiser’s Guide to Raising Money Without Selling Your Soul.
I come from the world of small and mighty arts nonprofits, and I see fundraising as the backbone for change makers to realize their transformative ideas. I am committed to integrating design and system thinking when helping organizations build capacity and resilience. I am also a documentary filmmaker, with a life-long search for extraordinary stories.
I want people to see fundraising as a tool for meaningful engagement, something that will connect the right people to the right organizations. With a degree in Business Administration from The Goodman School of Business, a certificate from the Humber Fundraising Management Program, I have a passion for small organizations doing great work.
Kyra Tudlong, Fundraising Specialist
I believe everyone is a philanthropist and fundraising is the vehicle to unlocking the change people wish to see in the world. With a degree in Family and Community Social Services and a certificate from the Humber Fundraising Management Program, my goal is to enable greater positive, sustainable change in communities through creating meaningful alignment between small organizations and their supporters.
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