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Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Director
233 Carlton Street
Leaders Today is a world renowned leadership training organization, having delivered innovative local and international training experiences to more than 350,000 youth since our founding. With inspirational peer leaders and the bestselling Take Action! cu
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Our Founders - Free The Children
Every year, Craig and his brother Marc Kielburger organize We Day, Free The Children's signature domestic event that reaches 160,000 students from 4,000 schools in person and more than 5.7 million through televised broadcasts.
, Craig writes "Global Voices," a weekly column about the pressing issues of our time, syndicated in the Vancouver Sun
, Halifax Chronicle Herald
, Calgary Herald
, Edmonton Journal
, Winnipeg Free Press
, TheHuffington Post
and Huffington Post Canada online.
Marc Kielburger is the co-founder of Free The Children, an international charity and renowned educational partner that empowers youth to achieve their fullest potential as agents of change.
Marc is also the co-founder and co-CEO of Me to We.
An innovative social enterprise, Me to We provides people with better choices for a better world, including socially conscious and environmentally friendly clothes and accessories, as well as life-changing international volunteer trips, leadership training programs and materials, a speakers bureau and books which address issues of positive social change.
In addition, half of Me to We's net profit is donated to Free
The Children, while the other half is reinvested to grow the enterprise and its social mission.
Each year, both Craig and Marc Kielburger
The Children's We Day, the organization's signature domestic event, which reaches 160,000 students from 4,000 schools in person and more than 5.7 million through televised broadcasts.
Marc graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University, completing a degree in international relations.
He won a coveted Rhodes Scholarship and went on to complete a law degree at Oxford University.
Marc has also received nine honorary doctorates and degrees for his work in the field of education and human rights.
Along with his brother Craig, Marc
writes Global Voices, a weekly column about the pressing issues of our time, syndicated in the Vancouver Sun, Halifax Chronicle Herald, Calgary Herald, Winnipeg Free
Press and the Huffington Post
and Huffington Post Canada online.
is also a New York Times bestselling author who has written five books, including Me to We: Finding Meaning in a Material World.
is the recipient of many honours, including the Order of Canada and selected by the World Economic Forum
as one of 250 Young Global Leaders.
work has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show
, The Colbert Report
, 60 Minutes
, as well as many other news and print media.
Meet Our Team
Marc Kielburger, Senior Advisor
is a Harvard
graduate and a Rhodes Scholar with a law degree from Oxford University.
A long-time advocate of social responsibility, Marc is chief executive director of Free The Children, the world's largest network of children helping children through education and three-time nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize.
He is co-founder and chief executive director of Leaders Today, the top youth leadership training organization in the world.
Marc's work has been featured on Oprah, CNN
, and profiled in numerous newspapers and magazines.
Together with his brother Craig, Marc
is the co-author of Take Action!-A Guide to Active Citizenship, Take More Action and Me to We.
is the youngest person ever to be awarded the Ontario Medal for Good Citizenship, and has been selected as one of Canada's "40 Top Leaders Under Forty.
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NAPF - About Us: People
Marc Kielburger, J.D., is Executive Director of Kids Can Free the Children.
We Are Family - Free The Children
Ambassador for Free The Children (Volunteer)