Jan 9, 2019
Mitch Kurylowicz currently runs a
boutique consulting firm called MAKE LUCK HISTORY; a Canadian
consulting shop aiming to close the gap on some of the biggest
dividers of the human species through strategic and integrated
solutions. Mitch works with private firms, non-profits and families
to show them why corporate social responsibility and philanthropic
giving can create positive impact and positive returns
He is also the founder of Project Jenga; a Canadian group raising money for secondary education in Kenya with the WE Movement. Project Jenga opened its first high school in January 2017, with over $1 million CAD raised and thousands of lives impacted across Canada and east Africa.
Mitch is listed on The Speakers Bureau of Canada, has given two TEDx talks, and two WE Day talks. For his efforts, Mitch has been recognized nationally in Canada by the Governor General’s Sovereign’s Medal and globally by the Mandela Legacy Award.
Mitch currently sits on the board of directors and governance committee of The Ottawa Hospital Foundation, and is an advisor and planning committee member of Rainmaker Enterprise. He formerly sat on the Board of WE.
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