Sue Bochner

Sue Bochner


Sue Bochner is an associate of InterPraxis and Principal of Sue Bochner + Associates, specializing in advising corporations and individuals on strategic philanthropy and community investment, including the establishment of corporate and individual/family foundations.  Drawing on more than 20 years’ experience in the non-profit sector, Sue now creates or restructures Corporate Social Responsibility Programs with an emphasis on community investment, using participatory techniques with an accent on branding, marketing, employee involvement and social

She works together with her clients in order to find a charitable niche that is compatible and complementary to the strategic objectives of each company and yet offers some opportunities for unique positioning, with suitable recognition and profile. With her many years of experience, she ensures that a community investment program should promote the business objectives of the corporation. Sue has assisted well over 50 different companies, such as:

GE Canada Hydro One
Aviva Canada Desjardins Financial Security
Toyota Research in Motion – Blackberry
Finning Canada Insurance Bureau of Canada
Teva GlaxoSmithKline – GSK

Sue is currently a member of the Independent Review Committee (IRC) for Spartan Fund Management Inc. She is a past member of the following IRCs:  Sentry Investment Inc., past Chair of the IRC for Global Growth Assets and Northern Rivers and was on the Advisory Committee of Altamira for 14 years.

She was the founder and President of the Children’s Aid Society Foundation, past Board Member of the Children’s Aid Society and is a past member of the Advisory Board of the Non Profit Management & Leadership Program of the Schulich School of Business, York University.  Sue has been a founder and Vice-Chairman of Operation Pride, past member of the Board of Directors of both the Canadian Child Welfare Association and The Alliance for Drug Free Canada.

Sue has a BA from McGill University and has completed the Executive Development Program at the Schulich School of Business, York University.