Caroline Riseboro

Caroline Riseboro is an award-winning fundraising professional who has raised over $2 billion in her 20+ year career. She currently serves as President & CEO of Trillium Health Partners Foundation, the largest hospital in the country, and where she is leading a ground-breaking fundraising campaign for the community.

Prior to her role at Trillium, Caroline was the President & CEO of Plan International Canada, where she remains the youngest person in history to lead a major Canadian charity. Under her leadership, the organization transformed from the 7th to 2nd largest charity in the country. Caroline is well respected for being a champion of innovation and is credited with launching ground-breaking and award-winning campaigns that have engaged Canadians on some of the world’s toughest issues.

Caroline’s accomplishments have been widely recognized such as being named Canada’s Most Admired CEO (public sector) and twice being recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women. Caroline has held senior executive roles including at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Foundation and World Vision Canada, and has held multiple board roles including as Chair of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, the Humanitarian Coalition and the Canadian Partnership for Children and Women’s Health (CANWACH).

Caroline holds a Bachelor (honours) degree from McGill University and has been pursuing a Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Carleton University in her spare time.