Maggie is a digital designer and tech enthusiast passionate about leveraging technology to improve how we communicate, collaborate, and contribute to social change. She came to Grantbook with 3 years’ experience in digital design, producing websites and communications for small businesses, and a history of community involvement planning fundraisers and managing a youth development nonprofit in Markham.
At Grantbook, she helps grantmakers tell their impact stories through web design and data visualization, and develop the operational infrastructure to do so through digital and data strategy. Internally, she managers Grantbook’s marketing and communications.
She has a B.Sc. double-majoring in Cognitive Science (Computational Stream) and Psychology, where she developed a foundation in object-oriented programming and cross-disciplinary thinking. A highlight in her undergraduate degree was authoring a paper that draws on cognitive science, sociology, and theology to discuss charity as a practice for developing wisdom, especially in today’s meaning crisis (“Abandoning Agape: Charity as a Case Study for the Meaning Crisis”, available online or in this summary slideshow).
Hons.B.Sc. Cognitive Science & Psychology
University of Toronto, 2017