Frankie Chow is a passionate donor and fundraiser with over 4 years of experience working with not-for-profit organizations. Having been involved with philanthropy and volunteerism all his life, Frankie pursued his career in the not-for-profit sector through the Fundraising Management Program at Humber College. A lover of all things digital, technical, and social – Frankie has a keen interest in social media, digital marketing, and database technology to support data-driven fundraising campaigns. Frankie is currently the Coordinator, Database & Analytics at Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation and also worked with a variety of other organizations such as Hospice Toronto, Belmont House, and Villa Charities. He is also involved with the professional fundraising community through his volunteer work with conferences that promote networking and learning for his fellow fundraisers such as Be Good Be Social in Toronto and York Region. Frankie is very excited to be a part of the AFP Diversity Fellowship Program and having the opportunity to examine ways he can bridge together the Chinese community with Canada’s passion for philanthropy.