Meet our consultants
Camilla Leigh has worked as a strategic fundraising consultant in Montreal since 2006. Prior to consulting, Camilla served as Director of Development for the Faculty of Arts at McGill University; Head of Fundraising for the Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford; Senior Development Executive at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland; and Development Executive for UK-based non-profits. Camilla serves on the Board of GoodBox, a provider of cutting edge contactless payment donation solutions for non-profit organizations, and as a Global Ambassador and Philanthropy Advisor for The Woodland Trust. A native of the UK, holds a B.A. from the University of Surrey, England.
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In recent years, Lisa has turned her focus to the non-profit sector aiding in accounting, out-reach, major renovation projects and running recurring events. She has helped organizations grow from small fund-raisers, to large annual events that the benefitting organizations have come to depend on through the years. Lisa’s training as a lawyer has proven beneficial in her approach to different projects. She is organized and clear, able to manage many tasks at one time. She is passionate about using her background to aid and grow organizations that help to make the world a better place.
Lisa moved to Montreal in 2001 and has not looked back. She has a Law Degree from the University of Florida where she was on The Law Review and a research assistant. She then received a Legal Master’s in Taxation from New York University.
Prior to consulting, Elizabeth was the Vice-President of Community & Legacy Giving at the Montreal Children’s Hospital; the Executive Director of the McCord Museum Foundation; and the Director of Development at McGill University’s Faculty of Arts. She is a former civil and commercial litigator and was a journalist for the South African Broadcasting Corporation in Johannesburg.
Prior to joining Philanthropica, Tamara worked for several years at CauseForce, a company that works with non-profit organizations to help them raise money for their missions. CauseForce has raised over $850 million globally since 2002 and has produced over 165 lifestyle events including the Ride to Conquer Cancer and The Weekend to End Women’s Cancer, both benefiting the Montreal Jewish General Hospital. Tamara created her own role as National Sales Training Manager, traveling to all local offices, coaching and training teams on best practices for peer-to-peer fundraising.
Tamara has a BA in English from McGill University.
A native Montrealer, Tamara fell in love with fundraising when she was only a teen. Inspired by a chocolate bar fundraiser in high school to raise funds for children in need, she enlisted her friends and family and raised the most money in her ninth grade class. This ignited her deep passion for charitable work and a need to work in the non-profit world.