About mindbridge

MindBridge assesses and assists organizations based on a systems approach, where we work with the assumption that organizations are complex systems that are best-served by developing resiliency and recognizing the importance and interplay of all organizational components including branding, fundraising and financial targets, program development, policy and governance, and human resource and process management.

Corrie Schneider

Corrie Schneider holds a Master of Business Administration from the Schulich School of Business at York University, where she specialized in strategic management and marketing, as well as an Honours Political Science Degree from Queen's University. Corrie has applied her business development and strategic management expertise in the non-profit sector for more than a decade working with national, provincial, and local organizations such as Foster Parents Plan (now Plan Canada), The Muscular Dystrophy Association of Canada, The Sarnia Lambton Coordinating Committee on Violence Against Women, the Canadian Cancer Society, Windfall Clothing Services, York Region Food for Learning, FoodNet Ontario, Kensington Market Action Committee, the Simcoe County Violence Against Women Coordinating Committee, Interim Place, the Women & Children’s Shelter of Barrie and the Adoption Council of Ontario, among others. Corrie conducts full strategic, operational, fundraising, and marketing and communications audits for both for-profit and non-profit clients and specializes in strategic planning, business development, fundraising strategy and board and policy development. She brings Executive Director, CFO, Director of Development, Corporate Marketing, and Board experience to her client service.

As a seasoned fundraiser, Corrie also has extensive experience and a successful track record in all components of fundraising including proposal writing, annual giving, corporate partnerships, government funding, foundation giving, major gifts, planned giving, direct mail / direct television, event planning, and online giving. She has facilitated fundraising workshops for the York Region District School Board and York Catholic District School Board.

As a volunteer, Corrie most recently served as President of the Board of Interim Place (Peel Region), a shelter for women & children experiencing abuse. While in the role, she founded Run Strong (run-strong.ca), a campaign to raise awareness of violence against women and to raise money for the critical programs and services provided by Interim Place. The Run Strong campaign culminated in Corrie completing the 2012 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.