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Mr. Andrew Lockie

Chief Executive Officer

YMCA and United Way

YMCA and United Way

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer
United Way of London & Middlesex

Consultant
Andrew Lockie Consulting

Affiliations

Board Member
CHRIS MONTANINI\LONDONER\QMI AGENCY

Board Member
Emerging Leaders

Education

BA

McMaster University

MBA

Richard Ivey School of Business

MBA

Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario

Web References (182 Total References)


Lockie steps down from ...

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Lockie steps down from United Way, rejoins YMCA

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After seven years leading United Way London and Middlesex as CEO, Andrew Lockie is stepping down from his position and taking over as CEO at YMCA of Western Ontario.
Both organizations made the announcement March 17. Lockie's switch comes into effect May 12.
"I will forever remain a supporter of the enormously important work United Way does to support our community," Lockie said in a news release. "And I feel fortunate that I can continue to support United Way's vision of building a community where everyone matters in my new role at the YMCA of Western Ontario. I leave knowing that our local United Way is well positioned for continued success thanks to the leadership of a passionate Board of Directors, driven volunteers, and an incredibly talented staff team."
According to the United Way, Lockie led efforts to establish new focus areas and a funding allocation process that centered on producing clear, measurable outcomes and results for the community. The United Way's annual fundraising campaign has also brought in record-setting amounts under Lockie's watch, growing from $7.3 million to $9.1 million during his tenure despite the loss of regular supporters in the manufacturing industry since 2008.
Lockie has history with the YMCA including his position as the organization's vice president of educational services from 2005 to 2009. Lockie will assume the CEO role vacated by Shaun Elliott in January.
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"We feel very confident that Andrew is the right candidate to help us build on a strong track record of community impact and are looking forward to his leadership during an exciting growth period."
According to the YMCA, the organization has grown from serving 23,000 people with $10.5 million in annual revenue a decade ago to now serving more than 135,000 people across Southwestern Ontario with expected annual revenue in 2016 of $34 million. The YMCA employs nearly 1,300 people and has recently completed mergers with YMCAs in St. Thomas, Strathroy, Woodstock and Windsor-Essex. The YMCA of Western Ontario is also planning to add two new health and fitness facilities in Windsor and southwest London by 2018.
"Much like United Way, the YMCA is an important partner in the building of strong and healthy communities," Lockie said in a news release.


Andrew Lockie | TEDxUWO

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Andrew Lockie Non-profit efficiency and effectiveness are not the same thing by Andrew Lockie Andrew Lockie, CEO of the United Way of London & Middlesex, shares his unique perspective on the future of philanthropy. He draws connections between third-grade literacy levels and future incarceration rates, and presents a compelling argument as to why non-profit efficiency and effectiveness are not the same thing.

The CEO of United Way of London and Middlesex, Mr. Lockie is a strong advocate for collaboration and believes that to be effective, organizations must prioritize partnerships and work together strategically. To that end, he has led numerous successful community collaborations at the YMCA and United Way, which have led to an increased community capacity to support those most vulnerable in our communities.
During Mr. Lockie's term as CEO, United Way has changed from focusing on "funding priorities" to the "Impact Areas" of Poverty, Mental Health, and Beginnings and Transitions. This change has been received very well by the community and in the face of declining national philanthropy, United Way of London & Middlesex has increased its fundraising 11% over the past two years. Most importantly, this change has mobilized United Way to better develop effective strategies, to focus investments in programs that demonstrate a measurable impact on people's lives.
Andrew grew up in Toronto and moved to London in 1997. He has a BA from McMaster University and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. In addition to his work as CEO of United Way of London and Middlesex, he sits on the community advisory panel for London Health Sciences Centre and is on the board of directors for Emerging Leaders. He lives in London with his wife Shawna and their two children, Ben and Madeline.


Ep. 43 The Turkey Show | This Week In London Tweets

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"The use of (payday lenders) isn't predicated by irresponsibility - it's predicated by desperation," says Andrew Lockie, executive director of the United Way of London and Middlesex.


"We have seen in our community ...

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"We have seen in our community that this has been a really challenging year for a lot of people," says Andrew Lockie, chief executive officer, United Way of London & Middlesex.


"We have seen in our community ...

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"We have seen in our community that this has been a really challenging year for a lot of people," says Andrew Lockie, chief executive officer, United Way of London & Middlesex.

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