Cheryl May's work crosses many disciplines and industries. As the lead advisor for the Social Innovation Generation program at MaRS, she worked with 100s of social entrepreneurs and led the feasibility study for the School for Social Entrepreneurs in Ontario. She has held many positions in the non-profit sector, including executive director at Skills for Change, Findhelp Information Services, the Neighbourhood Centre and the Artscape Foundation. Major achievements include leading the development of the 211 service in Canada, and founding her own social purpose business. Her experience also encompasses fundraising, communications, theatre production and journalism.
- Pioneers for Change - Full project portfolio