In light of the Covid-19 international crisis, Andrea McManus joins Adam Aptowitzer in a timely and imperative discussion on how charities can cope with the shift in international attention and stay connected to potential and previous donors.
Andrea McManus is the Chair and Founding Partner of ViTreo Group, a Western Canada- based consultancy that specializes in working with charities and nonprofit organizations. Known for her passionate belief in philanthropy and the value of the nonprofit sector in society, Andrea’s work is firmly anchored in cultivating philanthropic literacy and strong governance through all levels of an organization.
Andrea was the first non American Chair of the international board of AFP in 2011-12. In 2004 she received the Canadian Business in the Arts Award for Innovative Partnership. She was recognized by the AFP Calgary Chapter as the 2007 Outstanding Fundraising Professional Award and in 2012 received the Queen’s Jubilee Medal for her contributions to the nonprofit sector in Canada. She has recently been appointed to the newly established Advisory Committee on the Charitable Sector for the Canadian government and is a member of the AFP Ethics Committee. She is an AFP Master Teacher and contributing author to five books on nonprofit management, fundraising and global philanthropy.