Rotman Impact Report 2020–2021

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Dean’s Message

"I am thrilled to see the transformative power of
Rotman on full display."

Susan Christoffersen

It is an absolute honour to be leading this dynamic School with such talented alumni, students, staff, and faculty.

Over the last 10 years, I have personally seen the incredible value created by our thought leadership, unparalleled management education, bold new ideas in financial innovation, governance, sustainability and more.

Now, as Dean of the Rotman School of Management, I am thrilled to see the transformative power of Rotman on full display. I hope you share my pride as you read this snapshot of our collective impact during the past year.

To highlight but a few examples, we’ve seen the Creative Destruction Lab play a central role in combating our global crisis and the Institute for Gender and the Economy provide crucial guidance in creating a more inclusive world. Our alumni, students, faculty and donors have come up with a multitude of creative solutions to tackle pandemic-related challenges. We’ve launched new equity and diversity initiatives within the School, and shared key research findings through the new Rotman Insights Hub, virtual public events, books, op-eds, research publications and media citations.

I am immensely grateful to the Rotman community for coming together to do this, all while facing so many personal and professional challenges.

To our students, for your remarkable initiative and resilience; to our faculty and staff for your dedication and expertise; to our leadership team for your commitment to navigating uncertain times; to our alumni and friends, for your ongoing engagement and support: a huge thank you!

I hope you are as inspired as I am by the impact our Rotman community is having through this global challenge — and by the essential role we play in society.

Thank you for your commitment and partnership as we reflect on our collective impact and work together on creating a better tomorrow.

With my sincerest gratitude,

Susan Christoffersen
Dean
Rotman School of Management

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in philanthropic and planned giving commitments*

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people registered for 90 virtual public events in 2020-2021**

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number of countries represented in the incoming full-time MBA class**

Count Up to 560
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560 organizations in the
CDL Rapid Screening Consortium
as of July 14, 2021

Count Up to 208
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journal articles and books published by faculty**

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of full-time MBA ’20 students employed within six months of graduation

*figures reflect fiscal year May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021
**figures reflect academic year 2020-2021

Your investment in tomorrow’s leaders will inspire a better future.

One Community. Infinite Possibilites.

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Student and Recent Grad Experience

When Rotman students and recent grads were challenged by the pandemic, they didn’t just manage — they thrived.

Student and Alumni Recognition

Students across our programs seized top spots in international challenges, won prestigious awards, received scholarships, and were named the best and the brightest. And at Rotman Commerce, Jeffrey Fasegha (BCom ’20) was named Rhodes Scholar. Little wonder: the School’s focus on rigorous analytical training, experiential learning and student support helped us continue to attract the most remarkable students, with many joining us from around the globe and performing exceptionally well in domestic and international case competitions.

Making a Positive Impact

Rotman students and alumni never miss an opportunity to make a difference. This year alone, we saw Loren Morrone (MBA ’20) work to support local restaurants and keep frontline workers fed, while Anela Dujsic (Morning MBA ’20) set out to make face coverings that are just as considerate as the individuals wearing them.

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New Equity and Diversity Initiatives

Rotman launched the first-of-its-kind course on Black entrepreneurship and leadership in Canada, developed eight new global consulting projects focused on Africa and the Caribbean, appointed three new Black Executives-in-Residence and recruited two new postdoc researchers funded by Rotman’s new opportunity program focused on Black and Indigenous researchers. More to come, with Rotman’s Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Office and REDI committee hard at work to build a strong culture of inclusion.

Students Enhancing Inclusion

Students have led key diversity and inclusion efforts, including establishing the new Rotman African and Caribbean Business Club (RACBC) Scholarship, which received a generous gift from the Laidlaw Foundation, and raising awareness and funds for a new Morning and Evening MBA Black student scholarship. At Rotman Commerce, student association president Mavish Siddiqui worked alongside administration and students to ensure the association is truly representative of students, and donors Mike and Quinn Samardzic created the Francisco Bursary to support Black or Indigenous Rotman Commerce students in financial need.

Scholarships Fueling Success

Scholarships have always played a vital role at Rotman. Take the Bonham Scholarship. Established in 2002 by Mark Bonham (BCom ’82), a leader in the Canadian financial industry. This scholarship has benefited deserving students for 20 years. More recently, recipients of the  Sandra Rotman Healthcare Scholarship share how the award has helped them develop into emerging healthcare leaders.

Promising Careers

Whether it’s through resources like the Rotman Commerce Centre for Professional Skills, which helps Commerce students develop a core suite of professional skills, an internship that shapes the career focus of an MBA student or Rotman’s unique Self-Development Laboratory and Joe Weider Foundation Leadership Development Lab — our students are well prepared to make a mark in fields as diverse as technology, healthcare, banking, and behavioural economics. The best part? The Rotman community continues to support its members after graduation — just ask John Kapageridis (EMBA ’21), who landed a new role with help from Rotman Career Services.

Count Up to 174
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number of students who received donor-funded scholarships

Count Up to 51
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percentage of international students admitted into in the full-time MBA program

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percentage of female students admitted into full-time MBA class
(58% in MMA, 55% in MFRM)

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number of countries represented in the incoming Rotman Commerce class

Count Up to 25
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increase in applications from self-identifying Black students for full-time MBA 

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new Black and Indigenous/First Nations student leadership awards

figures reflect academic year 2020-2021

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As an immigrant, education was a beacon of light — the path through which I could achieve my dreams. I wanted to make a positive impact on the world and help others. I have found an intellectual home at Rotman — a place where my values of diversity and inclusion, and belief in the potential good of technology is shared throughout the organization. And while I explore classes, ideas, the CDL and companies, I am that much closer to my dream because of you and your generosity.

-Zolzaya (Zoey) Erdenebileg, 2020-21 Student Recipient of the Guloien Family Innovation Scholarship

Your investment in tomorrow’s leaders will inspire a better future.

Investing in Tomorrow’s Leaders

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Community Impact

The Rotman community creates value for business and society.
Through these uncertain times, our contributions resonated across the country and abroad.

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Creative Destruction Lab vs. COVID-19

When faced with a problem that nobody knew how to solve, the Creative Destruction Lab doubled down on its mission to rapidly translate science into solutions. The end result? Twenty-eight world-changing products released within a six-month timeframe.

Sarah Kaplan of GATE

Building Back Better

In the race to implement an economic recovery plan, the Institute for Gender and the Economy (GATE) continued to play a leading role, thanks to key recommendations on how to make the economy work for everyone, a new online Gender Analytics specialization on Coursera and a Feminist Economic Recovery Plan for Canada created in partnership with YWCA Canada.

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Managing Uncertainty

Our Managing Uncertainty webinars shared key Rotman insights with over 7,000 attendees looking for guidance on how to adapt to and learn from the COVID-19 crisis. On the supply chain front, professors Opher Baron and Dmitry Krass, creators of the CovidPPEHelp platform, proposed measures to help organizations become more agile and better prepared for future crises.

Andreas Park

Top Public Events

Each year, we host close to 100 public talks by international bestselling authors, top management executives and other influential thought leaders. During the 2020-2021 academic year, online Rotman events featured renowned speakers including Bill Gates, Malcolm Gladwell, Mark Carney and Judy Samuelson. Other events featuring Rotman faculty were hosted by U of T partners, including a discussion on blockchain, cryptocurrency and decentralized finance by Professor Andreas Park that attracted 10,254 registrants and saw over 3,000 people tune in live — the largest number of registrations for a single event in the history of Division of University Advancement events!

Anita McGahan

Rotman Faculty: Paving the Way Through the Pandemic

Our top-ranked faculty is renowned for giving students access to the latest research. But the influence of Rotman professors extends well beyond the classroom, informing the work of consulting firms, major corporations, non-profit organizations, government and society at large. This past year alone, Professor Anita M. McGahan described unparalleled opportunities to build back better; while Professor Joshua Gans released not one, but three books on the pandemic, as well as several academic papers and op-eds.

Lara Garzon

The Power of Mentorship

With the student experience changing so dramatically in the past year, the role of mentorship has become even more vital. Thanks to alumni and donors — including Richard Nesbitt (MBA ’85) and Lucy Lawlor, Donald  Guloien (BCOM ’80) and Irene Boychuk and many other committed supporters — students and new grads are that much more prepared to make their mark.

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In the Media

When many news organizations and social media users sought guidance, they turned to Rotman. We received 2,817 media mentions globally. Our faculty published 208 journals, scientific articles and books, and we reached close to 65k followers on LinkedIn as well as over 2.2 million visitors to our public website.

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Alumni Supporting Each Other

Despite social distancing norms and provincial lockdowns, Rotman alumni never stopped networking (virtually) and forming new partnerships, whether through Rotman career services and alumni engagement staff or on Rotman Connect, one of the fastest-growing alumni communities in business education. And thanks to initiatives like the Gibbens-Lassonde Event Series and the Rotman LEADS Program, students enjoyed an opportunity to connect with alumni, linking the business leaders of tomorrow with the business leaders of today.

Kim Shannon

Reunite at Rotman and Alumni Awards

Every fall, Rotman alumni reconnect with each other and faculty at our annual homecoming, Reunite at Rotman. This past year was no exception, with more than 400 alumni, faculty and staff joining us online. Our upcoming Reunite at Rotman will recognize Rotman Alumni Award recipients Kim Shannon (MBA ’93), Nuha Siddiqui (BCOM ’18), and Cornell Wright (JD/MBA ’00) for their achievements, followed by a stellar lineup of speakers on October 1, including keynotes by Professor Tiziana Casciaro and alum Wes Hall. We’ll also be celebrating Class Reunions for classes ending in “1” and “6” and launching our inaugural Rotman Giving Day fundraising campaign October 1.

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alumni participated in events*

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alumni volunteers*

Count Up to 602
000

donors to the Rotman School*

Count Up to 405
000

estimate of potential outbreaks averted through the CDL Rapid Screening Consortium as of June 11, 2021

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participants in The Initiative for Women in Business**

Count Up to 48
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countries with Rotman Management magazine subscribers**

*figures reflect fiscal year May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021
**figures reflect academic year 2020-2021

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The business world is starting to appreciate that sustainable finance doesn’t just apply to specialized markets such as green bonds. It’s about incorporating a social impact and sustainability perspective into all capital market transactions.

Kenneth S. Corts, Vice-Dean, Research, Strategy, and Resources, Marcel Desautels Chair in Entrepreneurship and Academic Director of the Lee-Chin Institute

Make the most of the Rotman community:
learn how to get involved or join Rotman Connect.

A Powerful Community

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Research Impact

Our faculty members and research centres have built a stellar reputation for their
groundbreaking work, publications and authoritative insight.

Tiziana Casciaro

Changing the Future  

From the transformative powers of quantum computing and sustainable finance to Professor Tiziana Casciaro’s new book on power, Rotman faculty and researchers continue to bring transformative value to business and society — not just today, but into the future.

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Behaviourally Informed Insights

All organizations are in the business of behaviour change. The real challenge comes in understanding how to implement the science effectively, which is where Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman (BEAR) steps in. Thanks to a partnership with researchers and organizations from across the globe, as well as collaborations with founding partners TD Wealth, Swiss Re Institute and IG Wealth Management, BEAR helps organizations put behavioural science into practice.

Wendy Dobson

Faculty Recognition

Rotman faculty are renowned for the volume, quality and impact of their research and contributions. Whether it’s being elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (Professor Joel Baum); named a finalist for the National Business Book Award (Professor Wendy Dobson) or named as an MSI Academic Fellow (Professor Dilip Soman) our faculty continue to get noticed.

Mengze Shi

New Research Chairs and Professorships

New Research Chairs and professorships announced last year include professors Tiziana Casciaro (Marcel Desautels Chair in Integrative Thinking); Hai Lu (McCutcheon Professorship in International Business); Bill McEvily (Jim Fisher Professorship in Leadership Development); and Mengze Shi (Ellison Professorship in Marketing).

Joshua Gans

Research Chairs = Cutting-Edge Work

Established through generous gifts made toward a specific area of study, research chairs fuel new insights across Rotman. This past year alone, George E. Connell Chair in Organizations & Society, Professor Anita McGahan, produced key findings on pandemic policies; Sandra Rotman Chaired Professor in Health Sector Strategy, Professor Brian Golden, delved into hospitals and healthcare; Jeffrey S. Skoll Chair of Technical Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Professor Joshua Gans, wrote about the Pandemic Information Solution; and Rotman Chair in Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare, Professor Avi Goldfarb, explored the transformational power of quantum computing.

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Insights Hub

Launched in October 2020 to meet demand from alumni and stakeholders from across the business community, students and alumni, the Rotman Insights Hub gives the public easy access to the School’s coveted management research and business insights. It features articles, opinions, videos, books and podcasts drawing on faculty books, ideas and opinion pieces, Rotman Management magazine articles, event videos, and more. The Insights Hub newsletter counts over 4,000 subscribers to date.

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media mentions*

Count Up to 100
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publications by Rotman faculty in the world’s top 50 management journals**

Count Up to 68
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number of senior editorial and associate editor appointments held by Rotman faculty as of April 30, 2021

*figures reflect fiscal year May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021
**2021 Financial Times Executive MBA ranking

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Organizations don’t experiment as much as they need to because it’s costly — not just in terms of time or money, but there’s a mindset cost and a fear of failure… We’re envisioning a virtual place where practitioners can collect data, run studies and test out interventions they’re thinking about, with low risk and low cost.

Professor Dilip Soman, Canada Research Chair in Behavioural Science and Economics, director of Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman (BEAR) and head of the BIOrg partnership.

Delve into more Rotman School research
on the Insights Hub.

Groundbreaking Research and Ideas

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Donor Support

We are immensely grateful to the valued Rotman donors who invested in the Rotman School of Management between May 1, 2020, and April 30, 2021. You accelerate our impact and create lasting value for business and society.

Lifetime Giving

Recognizing Rotman’s most generous donors, who have made cumulative contributions to the School of $25,000 or more. This list reflects lifetime giving to Rotman as of April 30, 2021.

 


 

$25,000,000+

Marcel Desautels

Rotman Family

 


 

$10,000—$24,999,999

Michael Lee-Chin and Family

Anonymous (2)

 


 

$5,000,000—$9,999,999

John and Deb Harris

TD Bank Group

John (BCOM ’66, MBA ’67) and Josie Watson


 

$1,000,000—$4,999,999

ATCO Group

BMO Financial Group

Mark S. Bonham (BCOM ’82)

CIBC

CIT Financial Ltd.

CN

Comcast Corporation

Sydney Cooper and Family

Corus Entertainment Inc.

Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA Ontario)

Richard J. Currie

Margaret and Jim Fleck

Douglas and Ruth Grant

Donald A. Guloien (BCOM ’80) and Irene Boychuk

Daisy Chiu-Fung Ho (MBA ’90)

The Joe Weider Foundation

KPMG LLP

Lee and Margaret Lau

Manulife

Maple Financial Group Inc.

MacDonald Dettwiler & Associates Ltd.

Peter (BCOM ’64) and Judy Mitchelson

Raymond Muzyka and Leona De Boer

Martin Ossip Family at the Jewish Foundation of Greater Toronto

Power Corporation of Canada

Myriad International Holdings B.V.

RBC Foundation

The Rogers Foundation

Scotiabank

Jeffrey S. Skoll

TMX Group

Vector Institute

The Wilson Foundation

Anonymous (4)


 

$500,000 – $999,999

American Family Insurance

BDC

Canadian Pacific

Chartered Professional Accountants Ontario (CPA Ontario)

John E. Donald

William Downe (MBA ’78)

EY

Anthony and Shari Fell

John Francis

Global Risk Institute in Financial Services

Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life

Huawei Technologies Canada Co., Ltd

The Jay and Barbara Hennick Family Foundation

The Kavelman-Fonn Foundation

Edward J. Kernaghan

The KPMG Foundation

The Labatt Family

Mastercard Canada Inc.

The Max B. E. Clarkson Family

McKinsey & Company

MDS Inc.

Microsoft Canada

National Bank of Canada

Nesbitt Family

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Royal Trust Corporation of Canada

Anonymous (4)


 

$250,000—$499,999

John E. Abele

Accenture Inc.

Bealight Foundation

Dennis Bennie

Bonham & Co Inc

William C. Buttimer

Brendan Calder

Canadian Tire Corporation Limited

John (MBA ’81) and Mary Cassaday

Confederation Life Insurance Co.

Peter P. Copses (BCOM ’80) and Judith V. Mueller (BCOM ’80)

Daniel Debow (MBA ’00) and Jordana Huber

Deloitte & Touche LLP

Deloitte

Donner Canadian Foundation

Haig Farris

FirstService Corporation

Jim and Mary Fisher

T.C. Fong

General Motors of Canada Limited

Globalive Capital

Honda Innovations

Hyatt Family Foundation

IBM Canada Ltd.

IGM Financial

The Honourable Henry N. R. Jackman

David and Karen Jackson

Leacross Foundation

Roger Martin

Mastercard Worldwide

National Bank

Olivetti Canada Limited

Parnoja Family

Scott and Lynn Patterson

Petro-Canada

Procter & Gamble Inc.

RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust

The Rockefeller Foundation

Skoll Foundation

TD Waterhouse Canada Inc.

The Vanguard Group, Inc.

Neil Wainwright

Mark D. Wiseman (MBA ’96)

Women in Capital Markets

Xerox Canada Ltd.

Anonomous (2)


 

$100,000—$249,999

Admare

Air Canada

Susan M. Armitage

Arthur Andersen LLP

Avenir Consolidated Corporation

Geoffrey Beattie

Harvey Botting (EMBA ’85)

BP Canada Energy Company

The Bregman Family

Yetta Bregman and Michael Bregman

Campbell Soup Company Ltd.

Capital IQ

Catalyst Inc.

Charles Chung (MBA ’78)

CIBC World Markets

John C. Clark

Coopers & Lybrand

Co-Steel Inc.

David Crawford (MBA ’91) and Julia Holland

Data General (Canada) Co.

Frederick C. Dawkins (BCOM ’67)

Wendy Dobson

E.I. du Pont Canada Company

The Ernst & Young Charitable Trust

The Estate of William O. Twaits (BCOM ’33)

Bob Ewen (MBA ’77)

The Financial Research Foundation of Canada

First Capital Realty

Norman Fraser (BCOM ’65, MBA68)

Michael and Bonnie Goldberg

Google Inc.

Mary B. (MBA ’85) and Graham Hallward

Leonore V. Hetherington

HSBC Bank Canada

The John Dobson Foundation

Ann Kaplan (EMBA ’05)

Joseph Kerzner

Michael and Sonja Koerner

Raymond P. Kruck (BCOM ’89)

Langar Foundation in Honour of Dr. Gail Regan

Liberty Global, Inc.

Mackenzie Investments

Magna International Inc.

Rob McEwen

Barry (BCOM ’85, MBA ’87) and Rose McInerney

Moody’s Corporation

Nicol Family Foundation, James Nicol

Rose M. Patten

Jim Pattison

Carol S. Perry (MBA ’78)

The Peter and Melanie Munk Charitable Foundation

Richard Coleman Powers

PwC

Qualcomm Incorporated

The Ralph M. Barford Foundation

John Risley

Joyce Leah Robertson

Melinda M. Rogers (MBA ’97)

The Rossy Foundation

Seagate Technology Inc.

Dori Segal

Seyton Limited

Roger J. Short (MBA ’79)

Megan Hagarty Smith and Geoffrey Smith

Nigel W. Stokes (MBA ’87)

Sun Life Financial

Swiss Reinsurance Company of Canada

Anne Tanenbaum at the Jewish Foundation of Greater Toronto and The Lawrence and Judith Tanenbaum Fam

TD Wealth Management

TorQuest

Parvez Tyab

Wahl Investment Corp.

William (MBA ’62) and Phyllis Waters

Red and Brenda Wilson

Anonymous (9)


 

$50,000—$99,999

AGF Management Limited

Charles and Darlene Allen

Daniel Almenara (MBA ’92)

Jamie (BCOM ’76) and Patsy Anderson

James Archer Shee

David and Debby Beatty

BCE Inc.

Bennett Jones LLP

Birch Hill Equity Partners

Gilda and Yousry Bissada

Gordon and Jean Campbell

Canadian Securities Institute Research Foundation

Frank K. P. Chow (MBA ’71)

Susan Christoffersen

James W. Davie (BCOM ’65)

Michael B. C. Davies

Leelah E. Dawson (MBA ’91)

Debbie and Donald Morrison Family Foundation

George and Katherine Dembroski

Doane Raymond Pannell

Dave Donnan (MBA ’82)

Bryce W. and Nicki Douglas

Endla & John Gilmour Foundation

Wade Robert Felesky (MBA ’01)

Fidelity Investments Canada Ltd.

Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited

Georgian Partners

Michael Gibbens (MBA ’11) and Julie Lassonde

Douglas Gibson

Graywood Developments

Barbara R. Griffiths

Richard F. Haskayne

Renée Haugerud

David and Lenore Hawkey

Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP)

Walid Hejazi

Claudia Hepburn

David Ho-A-Yun

Home Capital Group Inc.

Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co.

John and Michelle Hull

Invesco Canada

Kenneth Lefolii Enterprises Limited

Laidlaw Foundation

Diana Bennett and Spencer Lanthier

Joyce Lee

Marjorie and Don Lenz

Albert (MBA ’88) and Teresa Li

Bruce Macdonald

Kerrie MacPherson (BCOM ’86, MBA ’91)

Managerial Design Corporation

MathWorks

John H. and Netilia McArthur

Margaret and Wallace McCain

McCarthy Tétrault LLP

Tom McCurdy

Doug McGregor

Michael N. Melanson (MBA ’87)

Mihnea Moldoveanu and Violeta Luca

Molson Inc.

Moore Wallace Inc.

William W. Moriarty

Esther Mui (MBA ’74)

Petro Mykulak

Stephanie Mykulak

Gordon and Janet Nixon

OMERS

Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan

Optimum Talent Inc.

Professor Peter Pauly

Paul (MBA ’51) and Patricia Phoenix

Sandra and Jim Pitblado

David Powell

Andrew and Valerie Pringle

Anita and Chandran Ratnaswami (DBA ’77, MBA ’79)

Gail Regan (MBA ’78)

Paul Richards (MBA ’62)

Gerry Rocchi (MBA ’81)

John (BCOM ’68) and Lynda Rogers

Rotman International Centre for Pension Management

Janis Rotman

Peter and Judy Russel

Scotiabank Group

Daniel Shimmerman (MBA ’96)

Margaret (MBA ’76) and Andrew Stephens

Daniel F. Sullivan (MBA ’71)

David L. Torrey

Victor Tung (EMBA ’12)

Wellington Financial LP

Alan White (PHD ’87) and Jo-Ann McDermott

Glen Whyte (DBA ’80, MBA ’81)

Roland (MBA ’99) and Marni (MBA ’91) Wieshofer

William P. Wilder

Chuck and Libby Winograd

Tom and Ruth Woods (MBA ’84)

YuWei Zhang (BCOM ’14)

Anonymous (5)


 

$25,000 – $49,999

Aecon Group Inc.

Sidney E. Amster (MBA ’82)

Anur Investments Ltd.

Paul and Sally Bates

Kelly Battle (MBA ’97)

Joel A. Baum (MBA ’85, PHD ’89)

Brent and Lynn Belzberg

Jill Black (MBA ’80)

Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP

Fares Boulos (MBA ’79)

In Memory of Troy Bey Braithwaite

Bridgeable

CAE Inc.

Canadian Coalition for Good Governance

Donald A. Carmichael (MBA ’74)

CBC/Radio-Canada

Gordon F. Cheesbrough

David and Valerie Christie

Adrian J. Coote

The CSL Group Inc.

Cullen Family

Timothy D. Dattels

Joseph R. D’Cruz

Diestel Family

Michael Dunn (MCOM ’49)

Empire Company Ltd.

Martin and Nancy Evans

Ambrose Fan (EMBA ’92)

Flow Traders US LLC

The Gerald Schwartz and Heather Reisman Foundation

Irving and Gail Gerstein

David Gilmour

Kevin A. Glass (EMBA ’92)

Martin and Susan Goldberg

Myron J. Gordon

Eleanor Gow (MBA ’77)

Molline Green (MBA ’98)

Harleen and Paul Grewal

Wendy G. Hannam (MBA ’83)

George W. P. Hayhurst (DBA ’67, MBA ’68)

Russell J. Hiscock (MBA ’77)

Honeywell

Brian Howe (EMBA ’93)

Husky Injection Molding Systems Ltd.

Hydro One

Intact Financial Corporation

Jarislowsky Foundation

Thomas Jenkins

Donald K. Johnson

Moti G. Jungreis (MBA ’96)

Sarah Kaplan

Julie Khanna

Essam Khashoggi

Kingspan Group

John Knebel (MBA ’73) and Marge Watters Knebel

Merle Kriss (MBA ’77)

William W. Kurtin

George (BCOM ’82) and Leanne Lewis

Jonathan Lister (MBA ’00)

Loblaw Companies Limited

Jon and Nancy Love

Jevon MacDonald

Alvaro Mallarino Cruz In Black and White Real Estate (MBA ’04)

Maple Leaf Foods Inc.

Margaret and Andrew Stephens Family Foundation

Joe Martin

Karen Martin

Eugene C. McBurney

Medtronic of Canada

Meloche Monnex Inc.

Noranda Inc. and Falconbridge Ltd.

Michael and Janet Norris

P.A. Novelly

Ontario Power Generation

Mauro Pambianchi (MBA ’81)

Donald (MBA ’62) and Gwynneth Parkinson

Hilary (MBA ’18) and Graham Partner

Paul Shugart (MBA ’88) and Patti Perras Shugart (MBA ’88)

Jake Phillips

Richard and Karen Pilosof

Plextron

Process Research Ortech Inc.

Resource Capital Funds

Revera Inc.

Elena Riabenko

Paul (MBA ’06) and Sue Riedlinger

Jennifer Riel (MBA ’06) and Stephen Leckey

Dugald and Liz Ritchie

Gordon M. Ritchie

Rogers Communications Inc.

Joanna Rotenberg (MBA ’01) and Andrew Armstrong

Royal Insurance Company of Canada

Gary Ryan (EMBA ’01)

David Samuel

Andrew G. Scace

Allan and Hinda Silber

Mary Verna Simmonds

David Skurka (MBA ’97)

Dilip Soman

Paul Joseph Sorbara (EMBA ’05)

Southwestern Bell Corporation

Warren and Maureen Spitz

The Sprott Foundation

George Stalk

Jo-Anne Stansfield

Steelcase Canada Limited

Richard and Leanne Tavoso

TD Bank Group – Community Relations

Teck Resources Limited

TELUS Mobility

Thai-Canada Economic Co-Operation Foundation

The Thompson Family

Ellen J. Timbrell

Toron AMI International Asset Management

TransCanada Corporation

Art Trojan

Tutsch Family

VC & Co. Incorporated

Viewpoint Foundation

Village Orthodontics, Dr. Frederick Murrell

John W. Visser (MBA ’86)

Norris W. Walker (MCOM ’58)

Mark Wellings

Jeffrey Wendling (MBA ’86)

The William Birchall Foundation

Peter Williams (BCOM ’65)

The Honourable Michael H. Wilson (BCOM ’59)

Thomas A. Wilson

Jia Lin Xie and Peter Zhu

Janet and Bill Young

Zellers Inc.

Anonymous (9)

Dean's Society

Recognizing the School’s most generous annual donors, whose investment in the vision and leadership of Rotman has enabled the School to achieve prominence in Canada and the world. Dean’s Society members have donated $1,000 or more between May 1, 2020, and April 30, 2021.

 


 

Platinum Members
$10,000+

Yousry Bissada

Brendan Calder*

Frank K. P. Chow (MBA ’71)

Susan Christoffersen*

David Crawford (MBA ’91) and Julia Holland

Carol-Ann and Trevor DaSilva in memory of Paul Barbeau (MBA ’88)

Haig Farris

Janis and Ken Field

Michael Gibbens (MBA ’11) and Julie Lassonde

Mary B. (MBA ’85) and Graham Hallward

Richard F. Haskayne

Claudia Hepburn

David and Karen Jackson

The Jay and Barbara Hennick Family Foundation

John and Deb Harris

Michael Jones

The Kavelman-Fonn Foundation

Laidlaw Foundation

Kerrie MacPherson (BCOM ’86, MBA ’91)

Margaret and Andrew Stephens Family Foundation

Raymond Muzyka

Nesbitt Family (MBA ’85)

Paul Shugart (MBA ’88) and Patti Perras Shugart (MBA ’88)

Langar Foundation in Honour of Dr. Gail Regan

Richard Coleman Powers*

The Ralph M. Barford Foundation

Gail Regan (MBA ’78)

Paul  Richards (MBA ’62)

The Rogers Foundation

Rotman Family

Janis Rotman

Dori Segal

Paul Joseph Sorbara (EMBA ’05)

John W. Visser (MBA ’86)

John (BCOM ’66, MBA ’67) and Josie Watson

Mark D. Wiseman (MBA ’96)

YuWei Zhang (BCOM ’14)

Anonymous (2)

 


 

Gold
Members
$5,000—$9,999

Peter Angelou Foundation

David* and Debby Beatty

Brent and Lynn Belzberg

Charles Chung (MBA ’78)

Leelah E. Dawson (MBA ’91)

Diestel Family (MBA ’02)

Dave Donnan (MBA ’82)

Shane Evangelist

Bob Ewen (MBA ’77)

Ambrose Fan (EMBA ’92)

Kevin A. Glass (EMBA ’92)

Harleen and Paul Grewal

Wendy G. Hannam (MBA ’83)

George W. P. Hayhurst (DBA ’67, MBA ’68)

Russell J. Hiscock (MBA ’77)

His Excellency the Right Hon David Lloyd Johnston

Sarah Kaplan*

V and S Kololian

Raymond P. Kruck (BCOM ’89)

William W. Kurtin

Albert and Teresa Li (MBA ’88)

Karen Martin

Esther Mui (MBA ’74)

Gordan Murray

Hilary (MBA ’18) and Graham Partner

Anita and Chandran Ratnaswami (DBA ’77, MBA ’79)

Joanna Rotenberg (MBA ’01) and Andrew Armstrong

Allan and Hinda Silber

Warren and Maureen Spitz

Margaret and Andrew Stephens

The Thompson Family (MBA ’07)

Victor Tung (EMBA ’12)

Jay Wright

 


 

Silver Members
$2,500–$4,999

Keith Ambachtsheer* and Virginia Atkin

Vitor Angrisani Andrade Gomes (MBA ’20)

Serena and Shawn Beber (MBA ’97)

Simon Beer and Marni Wolfe

Harvey Botting (EMBA ’85)

Zheng Cao

Donald A. Carmichael (MBA ’74)

Lucio T. Di Clemente (MBA ’90)

Wendy Dobson*

Eshrat Sayani and Peter Dungan*

Endla & John Gilmour Foundation

Jim* and Mary Fisher

Kevin K. Fong (MBA ’94)

Ed Gettings

Eleanor Gow (MBA ’77)

Brian Howe (EMBA ’93)

Alan Jette

Mozaffar Nayim Khan (PHD ’05)

Andre Lewis (MFIN ’14)

Linda MacKay (MBA ’06)

Alvaro Mallarino Cruz In Black and White Real Estate (MBA ’04)

Marwan Mazraani (MBA ’07)

Tom McCurdy*

David Powell

Gary Ryan (EMBA ’01)

Peter K. Weldon (MBA ’98)

Glen Whyte* (DBA ’80, MBA ’81)

Thomas A. Wilson*

William L. Young

 


 

Bronze Members
$1,000–$2,499

Ajay Agrawal*

Sidney E. Amster (MBA ’82)

Christon Anastasopoulos (BCOM ’91, MBA ’09)

Ann Armstrong* (MBA ’82, PHD ’93)

Nouman Ashraf* (BCOM ’02, EMBA ’06)

Opher Baron*

Rudolph S. Beharrysingh (MBA ’87)

Grace Y. Bi (MBA ’06)

Richard Bird (MBA ’71, PHD ’75)

William I. Bongaerts (MBA ’75)

Michael Bradshaw (MBA ’93)

Leonard J. Brooks* (BCOM ’66, MBA ’67)

Thomas M. Canning (MBA ’79)

Tiziana Casciaro*

Eric Y. W. and Linda Y. H. Chan

Matthew Robert Chapman (MBA ’00)

Zhi Chen (PHD ’06)

Rex Chong and Noreen Chan (MBA ’95)

Paul Choy (MBA ’02)

Marlys Christianson*

Gordon A. Clancy (MBA ’86)

Jo-Anne Cole (MBA ’98)

Kenneth Corts* and Anna-Marie Castrodale

Beatrix Dart*

Alexandra De Freitas (MBA ’08)

Michael Demeter (MBA ’01)

Teng Fan (MBA ’08)

David C. Ferguson (BCOM ’73, EMBA ’88)

Warren and Bonnie Finlay

Christopher T. Folan (MBA ’95)

Ronald P. Fournier (MBA ’62)

Craig M. Geoffrey* (MBA ’07)

Michael and Bonnie Goldberg

Brian Golden*

Avi Goldfarb*

Catherine (Ward) Graham (MBA ’01)

Michael A. Hale (MBA ’82)

Cindy (MBA ’94) and Mike Hansen

David Hardy (MBA ’88)

Wei He (PHD ’01)

Bill Hellings (MBA ’70)

Tim Hendrickson (BCOM ’93, MBA ’98)

William E. Hewitt (MBA ’67)

Stanley Y. Ho (BCOM ’94)

Martin Hsiao (MBA ’99)

Raymond Z. Hu (MBA ’09)

John* and Michelle Hull

Vanessa Iarocci (BCOM ’01)

Fei Jiang (MBA ’15)

Ahmad Khraishi (EMBA ’12)

Yongah Kim*

John Knebel (MBA ’73) and Marge Watters Knebel

Merle Kriss (MBA ’77)

Diana Bennett and Spencer Lanthier

Jay W. Lee (MFIN ’11)

Geoffrey* and Kenya Thompson-Leonardelli

Sing Chung Matthias Li (BCOM ’78, MBA ’79)

Andrew G. Lim (BCOM ’94, MBA ’04)

George Jialiang Liu (MFIN ’10)

Kim Oanh Ly (MBA ’08)

Anne E. Macdonald* (MBA ’01)

Ken McGuffin*

Michael N. Melanson (MBA ’87)

Shalini Menon (MBA ’03)

Tyler G. Moniz (MBA ’77)

Jay Nicholson (MBA ’02)

Eric Nie (MBA ’07)

John Oesch*

John D. Ogden (MBA ’62)

Charles Kok Heng Ooi (BCOM ’94)

Joanne Oxley*

Olawale O. Oyebanjo (MBA ’20)

Mauro Pambianchi (MBA ’81)

Donald (MBA ’62) and Gwynneth Parkinson

Tejen Ray (MBA ’05)

Marlon Reid (MFIN ’10)

Joe Rooney (MFIN ’10)

Michael Schneider (GEMBA ’07) and Nathallie Leitch

Kim Shannon (MBA ’93)

David R. Smith (MBA ’06)

Dilip Soman*

Jaime Stein (MBA ’11)

Gregory Stewart (MBA ’13)

David Stewart (MBA ’04)

Daniel Trefler*

Myha Truong-Regan (MBA ’10)

Tutsch Family

Edmond Vanhaverbeke (EMBA ’89)

H. Franco Wong*

Cornell Wright (MBA ’00) and Sarah McEvoy

Albert Wu (BCOM ’77, MBA ’84)

Eric Chuqiang Xiao (MBA ’91)

Jia Lin Xie* and Peter Zhu

Samuel Yen (BCOM ’94)

Wuyang Zhao (PHD ’17)

Anonymous (9)

 


 

First Decade Members

Recognizing alumni who made a gift of $100 multiplied by the number of years since graduation, between May 1, 2020, and April 30, 2021.

Utilia Amaral (EMBA ’19)

Gharandip Bawa (EMBA ’19)

Claudiu Crivat (MFIN ’13)

Sarah Gillin (EMBA ’19)

Kouame A. N’dri (GEMBA ’19)

Chinedum Nwaogwugwu (MBA ’20)

Edward On (MBA ’14)

Laura M. Steffler (MBA ’19)

Stephen O. Uwazota (MBA ’16)

Scott White (EMBA ’14)

 


Note:
Names in bold indicate five-year consecutive donors. Asterisk indicates a faculty or staff member. Education designations are limited to Rotman alumni.
We apologize for the accidental misspelling or omission of donor names. If you have not been appropriately recognized, please contact us and we will correct the oversight in future publications.

Corporate Donors

Recognizing our generous corporate partners, who made annual contributions of $1,000 to $24,999 between May 1, 2020, and April 30, 2021.

 


Bennett Jones LLP

CIBC World Markets

Fiera Capital Corporation

FirstService Corporation

Graywood Developments

S&P Capital IQ

Sun Life Financial

TMX Group

 


Note:
We apologize for the accidental 
misspelling or omission of donor names. If you have not been appropriately recognized, please contact us and we will correct the oversight in future publications.

Annual Fund Donors

Recognizing alumni and friends who made a donation of up to $999 in support of the School between May 1, 2020, and April 30, 2021.


Adeniyi Adeniran
Cara Lea Allaway (MMPA ’02)
Larry W. Allen (MBA ’76)
Lorena Amaya (EMBA ’09)
Nerissa Aringo (MBA ’09)
Hugh J. Arnold*
Stevie Asselstine*
Samira Bachouchi (GEMBA ’20)
Suze Balatsos (MBA ’11)
R. Todd Barclay (EMBA ’07)
Peter Barlis (MBA ’88)
Craig Barlow
Seymour Basch
Kelly Battle (MBA ’97)
Arzhang Beheshti (MBA ’04)
Jaclyn Berlin
Oded Berman*
Suraj Bhardwaj (MBA ’19)
Grace Y. Bi (MBA ’06)
Lance Stanley Bialas (MBA ’10)
William J. Biggar (BCOM ’74, MBA ’75)
Mark Bischoff (BCOM ’94)
David A. Bishop (DBA ’69)
Luis Blanco (GEMBA ’19)
Richard Blundell*
Carrie Bogante
Andrew C. Bome (MBA ’02)
Anthony J. Boni (MBA ’81)
Theodore S. Borek (MBA ’75)
Catherine Bornbaum (EMBA ’19)
Jan Bornemisza
Thiadora Botros*
Francesco Bova*
Doina D. Brestoiu (MBA ’05)
Leonard J. Brooks* (BCOM ’66, MBA ’67)
Heather Broughton (MBA ’92)
Robert D. Brown (MBA ’00)
Courtney Brownell*
Sheldon Buchalter
Allan (DBA ’72, MBA ’83) and June Budd
Pym Buitenhuis*
Darryl Bush*
Angela M. Cadena (MBA ’92)
Robert John Carr (MBA ’88)
Teresa Catalano*
Jessica Cayne
Mark Lawrence Chaikelson (MBA ’04)
Sam Chaim
Cindy Chan*
Godfrey Chang (MBA ’10)
Patrick Kar Yin Chang (MBA ’00)
Amy Charette (MBA ’00)
Gautam Chaudhuri (MBA ’84)
Frank Chen (PHD ’96)
David K. Cheung (MBA ’02)
Rebecca Cheung*
Jimmy Chiu*
Jenifer Man Yee Cho (BCOM ’79)
K. Christensen*
Andre Augusto Cire*
Genett Clarke
Alyson Colon*
Sean Corbishley*
Alexandre Corhay*
Tove Cory*
Stéphane Côté*
Michelle (MBA ’01) and Francis Coulombe
Kathleen Coulson*
John Cowling*
Arianna Dal Cin (EMBA ’15)
Anjana A. Dattani* (MBA ’19)
Ronald B. Davis (EMBA ’05)
Andre de Faria Ferraz Pereira
Shaun Desai (MBA ’06)
Mario Di Nucci (BCOM ’18, DPA ’18)
Nicholas and Susan Dietrich (MBA ’75)
A. (MBA ’76) and J. Dobranowski
Sheldon Dookeran*
Raelynn Douglas (GEMBA ’20)
Linda Drisdelle (MBA ’04)
Larry J. Duffield (MBA ’67)
Kristen Duke*
Marilyn C. Dunnill (BCOM ’84, MBA ’86)
Alexander Dyck*
Emad El Hamahmy (EMBA ’05)
David H. Elsner (MBA ’05)
Deborah Epstein
Allan Esser (MBA ’91)
Nima Evans (MBA ’12)
Elgin Charles Farewell (EMBA ’05)
Cheryl Farrow (Paradowski) (EMBA ’02)
Solly Feldman
Bing Feng* (MBA ’19)
Patrick Ferrier (EMBA ’05)
Julie Finkle*
Diana Flaminzeanu (EMBA ’01)
Jennifer Flexman (MBA ’15)
Rabiz N. Foda
James Gerald Foley (MBA ’00)
Evelyn Foo (BCOM ’87)
Sean Forbes*
Garth D. Frazer*
Penelope Fridman (MBA ’91)
Alberto Galasso*
John E. Gallant (MBA ’76)
Joshua Gans*
Michael Garratt
Gary W. Getson (MBA ’67)
Joanne Gittens Francis (MBA ’10)
Hezl and Barbara Glaizel
Kevin A. Glass (EMBA ’92)
John Glicksman (MBA ’77)
Deirdre Gomes*
Masami Goto (MBA ’89)
Tony Gray (MBA ’00)
Ian D. Gregoire (EMBA ’05)
Issie Gross
Peter Guo (MBA ’95) and Brenda Tan
Shri Gupta (MBA ’09)
Mark A. Gwartzman
Laurent W. Haccoun (MBA ’15)
Niall & Katherine Haggart
Charles R. Hall (EMBA ’98)
Kiavash Hamidi (GEMBA ’19)
Robert D. Hamilton (MBA ’71)
Delaine Hampton*
Frederick Heath (MBA ’76, PHD ’86)
Sandra Heitner
Alexander Heldt (GEMBA ’13)
Frank Hennessey (EMBA ’05)
Mark Henry
Ellen Hersh
Gordon M. Hertzman (MBA ’83)
Jennifer Hildebrandt*
Elizabeth Ann Hill
Tim Hodgson and Linda A. Netten
Stephanie Hodnett*
Edna Hon (MBA ’04)
Steve Hoscheit
William James Hosken (BCOM ’04)
Azadeh Houshmand (MBA ’16)
Wendy Tao Huang (MBA ’04)
Eva Hughes*
James Hughes (MBA ’77)
Thomas J. Hundak*
Rohitash Hurla (MBA ’17)
Anand Inbasekaran (MBA ’15)
Miriam and Phillip Irwin
Ahmed Jahangir (MFIN ’15)
Eli Javier (MBA ’83)
Andrew Jeanrie (MBA ’10)
Hiyam Theresa Jibry (MBA ’00)
Samson Jinadu (MBA ’17)
Dan Johnson (EMBA ’98)
Don (MBA ’69) and Susan Johnston
Duncan Jones (MBA ’89)
Bill Jones (MBA ’68)
Yogesh Kalra (MBA ’03)
Gabriela Kampouris*
Bong Suk Kang* (BCOM ’11)
Amyn Kanjee (GEMBA ’15)
Ann Kaplan (EMBA ’05)
Dilek Karasoy (MBA ’20)
Kenneth S. Karmona (MBA ’74)
John H. Kearns (MBA ’76)
Kehillat Chaverim
Hassan Kenawi (MBA ’19)
Thomas Kim
Shelley Kirsch
Marion Kirsh
Eric Kirzner* (MBA ’70)
Tara Kissoon (EMBA ’10)
James Kisyk*
Luba Klochkova
Dennis Ko (MBA ’98)
Pamela V. Korn (McIntyre) (MBA ’79)
Mark Kamstra and Lisa Kramer*
Dmitry Krass*
Subodh Kumar (MBA ’76)
Asher Lai (MBA ’05)
Gordon Yat Hung Lai (MBA ’06)
Jenny Laing
Joyce Y. Lang (MBA ’10)
Ester Lapidus
Gary Latham*
Alain Jose Latour*
John B. Latremouille*
Michael LeBlanc (MBA ’91)
Mara Lederman*
Esther Lee*
Stanley F. M. Lee (BCOM ’77)
Letlotlo Lefoka (MBA ’17)
Joseph Leinwand (MBA ’71)
John P. Leon (MBA ’84)
Debra Levin
Paul Yiming Li (MBA ’05)
Peng Li (MBA ’15)
Sophie Xiaoyu Liang (MBA ’07)
Anton Lina (MBA ’14)
Connie Kang Liu (MBA ’08)
Richard Liu
Larry Liverman
Edward S. Long (MBA ’65)
Donald L. Love (MCOM ’58)
Alex Luis Ruesta (MBA ’20)
Mary C. Lyne*
Shirley and Neil A. Macdougall60
Natasha A. Mackley*
James P. Mahoney (MBA ’88)
Agnes Mak*
Iffat Z. Mankani (MFIN ’14)
Lindsay Manning*
Daphne Mao (MBA ’00)
Winston J. Marcellin (MBA ’77)
Janice P. Martin (MBA ’81)
Phyllis Matyas
John M. Maxted (EMBA ’95)
Lori Mazza Brenton
Bill McCollam (EMBA ’05)
Gilbert McIntee (MBA ’72)
Robert Mitchell A. McIntosh (MBA ’10)
Dennis McKee (MBA ’70, MBA ’70)
Niamh McKenzie*
David McKeown (MBA ’67)
Kenrick McKinnon
Krista Beth McLeod (MBA ’01)
Peter R. McMullin (MBA ’67)
Rachel Megitt (MBA ’10)
Li Meynen Xue (MBA ’05)
Joseph Milner*
David B. Miner (MBA ’79)
Will Mitchell*
Partha S. Mohanram*
Stella S. Moon*
Sridhar Moorthy*
Rocca Morra Hodge*
Carolyn Morris*
Roderick C. Morrison (DBA ’70, MBA ’71)
Joan and Michael Moscovich and daughters
Rajat Mukherjee (MBA ’13)
Gerry Murphy (MBA ’90)
Megan Murphy*
Lina Murray*
Florence Narine (MBA ’05)
Parimal Nasa (EMBA ’13)
Pablo F. Naze (MBA ’20)
Jennifer Neill-Smith*
Bluma Nemirov and Family
M. Trent Neuer (MBA ’98)
Robert Man-Chiu Ng (MBA ’93)
Trang Nguyen
Larry J. Noble (MBA ’71)
Christos Ntantamis
Greta J. Ogden (BCOM ’55)
C. Ornthanalai*
Bohdan L. Pahuta (MBA ’77)
Jathiban Panchalingam
Andreas Park*
Parnoja Family
Achintya K. Patra (MBA ’12)
Robert J. Patterson (MBA ’87)
Myrna R. Pearlmutter-Hudes
Ian Pellat
Jarred Pellat
Philip Pellat
Sydney Pellat
Xavier J. Perales (MBA ’94)
Joanne Pereira*
Stephanie F. Pereira
Deborah Perelman
Margot Perlmutter
Nitish Peters (BCOM ’15)
Dan M. Petolescu (MBA ’10)
Laura A. Pettigrew
Michelle Phillips (MBA ’10)
Leanne Pollard*
Marilyn Povit
Gerry M. Preville (MBA ’82)
Yan P. Pu (MFIN ’18)
Ilo Imre Puhm (DBA ’71, MBA ’74)
Jorge M. Pyco Mantilla (MBA ’18)
Jeffrey Michael Quinlan*
Brenda Rabinovitch
Esther Rabinovitch
The Racioppo Family Foundation
Subramanian Ramanathan (MBA ’07)
Joyce Rankin (EMBA ’05)
Edith Reiss
Nayana Reiter
Gerald Richler
Martha C. Ricker (MBA ’81)
Maria J. Rivera*
Jessie C. Roberson (MBA ’88)
John P. Rochon (DBA ’76, MBA ’77)
John Rorstad (MBA ’09)
Arnold Rose
Sally Rubin
Armando Ruiz (MBA ’97)
Edward P. Runge (MBA ’63)
Raymond H. Rupert (EMBA ’85)
Neeraj Sachdeva (MBA ’17)
Saadid Saifuddin (MBA ’10)
Matthew Sale (BCOM ’05, MBA ’12)
Angelo Schinzano*
Ian Schlifer
R. Gary Seagrave (BCOM ’58, MCOM ’59)
Marlene and David Sefton
Di Shan (MFIN ’17)
Donna Shear (MBA ’00)
Mengze Shi*
Sunmeet Sidhu (MBA ’16)
Brian Scott Silverman*
Evgeni Sladkov
Valeria A. Sladojevic-Sola*
Randal Slavens (MBA ’02)
David Allan Soberman* (PHD ’96)
Paul Joseph Sorbara (EMBA ’05)
Karen A. Sparks (EMBA ’05)
Sandy Sparks*
Ashwini Srikantiah (MBA ’12)
Ann Stafford (EMBA ’05)
Bob Steele (MBA ’71)
Elizabeth Steele-Neilson (MCOM ’58)
Andrew Stein
Blake Anthony Stewart (MBA ’91)
Dragan Stojanovic* (BCOM ’03)
Ted Stricker
James Stuart (MBA ’16)
Ron Sturk (MBA ’94)
Linda C. Swartz (MBA ’84)
Andrew J. Szonyi (MBA ’72)
Joseph Yiu-Tong Tam (MBA ’90)
Michael Tamayo (MBA ’96)
Jennifer Tan*
David S. Tanner (MBA ’83)
Barbara Tassa (MBA ’10)
Christopher Taylor
Jane E. Taylor*
Evelyn Thomasos*
Hao Tian (MFIN ’15)
András Tilcsik*
Şükran İrfan Pamukçu (MBA ’16)
Suzanne Tobin*
Ramona Tobler
Juan C. Torres (MBA ’98)
William Edgar Toyne (BCOM ’50)
Sarah Tron*
Claire Tsai*
Kaylie S. Tse*
Greg A. van Bellinger
Robert Todd Vandervelde (MBA ’00)
Srinivasan Vedantham (MBA ’10)
Shaaj Vijay (MBA ’12)
George Voudouris
Alyson Waite*
Danny Wang (MBA ’10)
Sheel Webber
James Webster (MBA ’17)
Jason Wei* (PHD ’92)
Morty Weisselberg
Walter Wells (MBA ’62)
Kippy Wiegand (MBA ’93)
Alan Wight (MBA ’92)
Roy G. Williams (MCOM ’55)
Sarah Wilson
Suzan Wiltzer
Kegan Winters (MBA ’08)
May Chiang Yen Wong (MBA ’00)
Norris D. Woodruff (MBA ’82)
Robert Woon-Fat*
Pauline Wu (MBA ’15)
Baohua Xin*
Liyan Yang*
Janice Yazer
Quinny Yin (EMBA ’14)
David K Yu (EMBA ’05)
Maria M. Zarama Gonzalez (MBA ’18)
Olesya Zaremba*
Linda Zelter
Roman Zelvenschi (EMBA ’15)
Lesia M. Zelyk (BCOM ’86)
Michael K. Zerbs (MBA ’89)
Jingbo Zhang*
Jun Zhou (PHD ’10)
Xiaomin Niko Zhou*
William Zhu
Jeffrey Zietlow (MBA ’04)
Anonymous (24)


Note:
Names in bold indicate five-year consecutive donors. Asterisk indicates a faculty or staff member. Education designations are limited to Rotman alumni.
We apologize for the accidental misspelling or omission of donor names. If you have not been appropriately recognized, please contact us and we will correct the oversight in future publications.