Geoffrey MacDougall currently serves as Vice President, Engagement for Mozilla, makers of Firefox and one of the largest social enterprises in the world. Skilled in business development and cross-sector relations, he has raised more than $50M in public and private sector funding for start-ups, non-profits, and government programs. At Mozilla, Geoffrey works to build partnerships, secure resources, and grow the movement that help the organization advance its mission.
Geoffrey has served as:
Senior Vice President of Government Relations for Goderich Aircraft Inc., where he secured the funding to launch Canada’s first Boeing Completion Centre;
Director of Corporate Social Responsibility for the Information Technology Association of Canada, where he founded TechSoup Canada, the largest distributor of donated software to Canadian charities and non-profits;
CEO of Veil Entertainment, where he oversaw the launch of an online game development studio; and
Chief of Staff of the United Nations World Summit of Young Entrepreneurs, where he spearheaded the operation of 4 events in 4 countries.
Geoffrey continues to advise foundations, including Ontario’s Trillium Foundation, on how to invest in the technological capacity of the non-profit sector. He is the founder of the Toronto Awesome Foundation and sits on the board of the Art Dealers Association of Canada Foundation.