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Giving Back

Trillium Gift of Life Network

Trillium Gift of Life Network is the provincial agency responsible for delivering and coordinating organ and tissue donation and transplantation services across the province. Diane Craig, Founder & President of Corporate Class, served as a Board Member for over 12 years.

Sandrine’s Gift of Life

Diane Craig founded the non-profit Sandrine’s Gift of Life, an organization focused on organ and tissue donation awareness, following a tragic accident in 1999 when Diane gave the gift of life by donating her daughter Sandrine’s organs. The organization has been featured in Reader’s Digest, Ontario Women in Business, Harvestor of Hope, B. Magazine, and Ottawa Citizen. Each year, Diane accepts speaking engagements for charitable events.

Diane Craig's Community & Board Involvement

Diane Craig, President and Founder, has given back to the community in the following ways: 

  • Member of the Premier’s Advisory Board for Organ Donation
  • Member of the Canadian Council on Donation and Transplantation
  • Member of the Kidney Foundation Organ Donation Committee
  • Board Director for Intriciti since 2007
  • Served on committees that organized events for the Yonge Street Mission in Toronto and the St. Joe’s Women’s Shelter in Ottawa

Dr. Georgette Zinaty's Community & Board Involvement

Dr. Georgette Zinaty, Executive Vice President, has given back to the community in the following ways:

Boards and Volunteerism

  • Creative Hub 1352 – Director, Fund Development
  • University of Liverpool – Board member and sole international representative
  • Doyenne Capital
  • Business Excellence Awards (Toronto Region Board of Trade) – Board member and Judge
  • The Doris McCarthy Gallery – Board member
  • St. Mary’s Antiochian Church – Board member and fundraising strategist
  • Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) – Speaker and Presenter
  • Member, Canadian Federation of University Women

Community Initiatives

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