Ann McCaig is one of Canada’s most prominent leaders in the not-for-profit sector, a well-known advocate for youth, education and health and an accomplished fundraiser. She is passionate about developing strong healthy communities and works tirelessly to ensure the highest possible quality of life for future generations. In the last 20 years Ann has lead numerous successful, large goal capital campaigns for major institutions in Calgary including the Alberta Children’s Hospital campaign raising more than $52 million to help build a state-of-the-art pediatric facility in Calgary. She chairs the boards of the Alberta Adolescent Recovery Centre and the Calgary Stampede Foundation and is a long-time supporter of the City of Calgary’s Police Interpretive Centre. Ann is Chancellor Emeritus at the University of Calgary, Chair of the Calgary Health Trust, Honourary Chair of the Alberta Bone and Joint Health Institute, a Trustee of the $400 million Killam Estate and a Director of the Gairdner Foundation. Ann’s outstanding and exemplary community contributions have been recognized at local, provincial and national levels.