“An empathic leader who takes a supportive, direct and honest approach. With attention to detail, innovative thinking, and strong business acumen, Keith has created inclusive, transformational opportunities across the organizations he has served.”
Working across Canada’s nonprofit sector, Keith Publicover has held executive positions with federated charities, universities, a corporate foundation, and served as a governance volunteer with a variety of membership-based organizations. As a forward-thinking leader, he has led organizations through challenging times and unprecedented growth and recovery.
Driven by his personal mission to help grow a stronger, more responsive nonprofit sector, Keith has been exceeding client expectations with integrity, vigorous effort, and real solutions anchored by decades of experience.
Like you, Keith understands the complexities and challenges nonprofit organizations face today as they strive to better serve their communities and address the growing social deficit in Canada. For the past 35 years, he has helped elevate and transform nonprofits by integrating cost-effective program delivery and new business models, increasing financial resources and team performance, while bringing a fresh perspective to community development and social impact.
An accomplished professional, compelling international speaker and compassionate community volunteer, he has diverse nonprofit and private sector experience to advance the mission of your organization.
Based in Toronto, Keith works with Canada’s nonprofits from coast to coast. Societal issues that personally resonant with Keith are global environmental health and sustainability, youth education, and equity and inclusion.
He balances his professional work with International travel, yoga, weight-training, outdoor adventure and family.
Inquiries are welcome by email: email@example.com
A member of the Ontario NonProfit Network, Outdoor Council of Canada, and the Association for Experiential Education.
“… an outstanding executive with a fantastic track record, in particular in the areas of leadership, governance, fundraising and brand development.”
Benjamin Davis, Senior VP – MS Society of Canada