Rose Cammareri is the Executive Vice-President, Retail Distribution of AGF Investments Inc.
With over 28 years experience in business development, Rose has a strong track record in establishing a solid foundation and building business units from the ground up. Prior to joining AGF, she was Vice-President, National Sales Director at CIBC Asset Management. Rose previously held increasingly responsible roles in the sales organization at Merrill Lynch and started her career at Wood Gundy Inc., rising to the rank of Regional Sales Manager.
Besides being on the Board of The WoodGreen Foundation, Rose is the President of Amani Children’s Home, an organization committed to reducing the number of children living on the streets in Tanzania by providing a safe environment. In July 2011, she led the financial industry’s fundraising climb up Mount Kilimanjaro on behalf of Amani Children’s Home in Tanzania.
Rose holds a BA Double Honours Degree, majoring in Economics and Sociology at York University. She is a member of the Investment Management Consultants Association and on Board of Directors for the Responsible Investment Association.
Rose lives in Toronto. She is an avid runner and counts cycling, golfing and travelling as her favourite pastimes.
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Larry Morassutti, is Director of The Morassutti Group. The Morassutti Group specializes in providing high quality real estate advisory services; owns a portfolio of premier apartment buildings and is a developer of urban intensification projects in Toronto; is the largest owner of Summit Industrial Income REIT. Larry is well respected for real estate advisory and consulting services and he has acted on behalf of financial institutions and major public and private corporations in Canada.
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Anne Babcock, President and CEO, WoodGreen Community Services
Anne has a depth of knowledge and breadth of experience across all of WoodGreen's program areas: seniors services, housing and community supports, family and neighbourhood services, employment and immigrant services. Anne has helped build WoodGreen from a single location with 40 staff members to a $47 million organization with 34 locations, 650 staff and 1,000 volunteers serving 37,000 people each year.
Her involvement in the development of innovative, client-centric programs such as Homeward Bound, First Step to Home, Rites of Passage and the Bruce/WoodGreen Early Learning Centre has been instrumental in successfully positioning WoodGreen as a leader in social innovation.
Anne has developed strong relationships with many community service partners and stakeholders through her significant work on several far-reaching initiatives. She led WoodGreen’s role in the Don Valley/Greenwood Health Link, the replication of Homeward Bound in other communities across Ontario, WoodGreen’s successful integration with Community Care East York and worked closely with the City of Toronto to lead the re-housing process for those who were evicted from Tent City in 2002.
She also serves as a volunteer board member with Toronto Neighbourhood Centres, International Federation of Settlement and Neighbourhood Services and previously with Ontario Non-Profit Housing Association and Riverdale Community Development Corporation and Access Loan Fund. Anne was also the long-time Chair of United Way of Greater Toronto's Citizens Review Panel for Children and Youth.
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