Outcomes Finance Coaches
Organizations that have participated in an Innoweave Outcomes Finance Workshop and are clear on the intervention they will offer, the money that they need, and the assistance that they require (e.g. to confirm feasibility/complete an application) are encouraged to connect with an Innoweave Outcomes Finance Coach. The following have self-identified as coaches. As they have not been vetted by Innoweave, organizations are encouraged to assess whether one or more may be a good fit to address their needs. (Note: coaches are being added to this list on a regular basis. Coaches can sign up here to be added.)
A full list of coaches which can be sorted for comparison purposes can be found here (please select the Outcomes Finance tab at the bottom of the sheet).
The following coaches offer services in English only (please click on the coach’s name to open or close their profile on this page):
Social Asset Measurements Inc. (SAM), incorporated in May 2011, is a consulting and software company that helps organizations measure, manage, and demonstrate their social impact. SAM has been twice-funded by the National Research Council of Canada via the Industrial Research Assistance Program for our work in developing the Social Return Intelligence Suite (SRI). Read more...
Finance for Good
firstname.lastname@example.org | Serving organizations across Canada
Finance for Good is a non-profit organization that was founded to empower social service providers to address the root cause of social issues through the use of social impact bonds. Social impact bonds enable an investment in prevention, and we believe that focusing on prevention will lead to sustainable, positive impacts in our communities. To bring SIBs to Canada we built the first, built-for-purpose, social impact bond intermediary in Canada. Read more...
Based in Toronto, ON, serving organizations across the Greater Toronto Area and Niagara Region
Joanne Kviring uses her business background and strong financial and analytical skills to help organizations achieve social impact. She has managed funding programs for the City of Toronto, SickKids Foundation, and RBC Foundation, using a continuous improvement orientation and strong stakeholder engagement skills to bring about solutions in the areas of resource generation, community outreach, and efficient processes. Read more...
Jordan Gildersleeve is a member of the MaRS Centre for Impact Investing team. His focus is on working with non-profits to build their capacity to raise alternative forms of social capital, including outcomes finance and social impact bonds. Jordan co-developed the materials for Innoweave's Outcomes Finance module and has led a webinar and workshop for Toronto-based organizations. Read more...
Lorne Cutler is a consultant and active volunteer with over 30 years of finance, engineering and training experience. Lorne specializes in providing consulting services to the not-for-profit, public and private sectors with a special focus on helping organizations understand the importance of financing issues. Without a solid business approach, a social enterprise will not be in a strong position to fulfill its social mission. Read more...