Ryley Murray
Mark Lukowski was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Christian Children’s Fund of Canada (CCFC) in April 2009. As CEO, Lukowski is responsible for managing growth and all CCFC operations, as well as for developing strategic partnerships and increasing the profile of CCFC worldwide.

Lukowski is a senior executive with extensive leadership experience in a variety of sectors including high tech, transportation, service and logistics. He has held executive positions with a variety of organizations, including Hewlett-Packard, Motorola and Clarke Inc., where he was responsible for growing revenue, increasing profits, and implementing global alliances.

Lukowski holds a Master in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Mathematics in Computer Science. He is active in his community through fundraising, volunteering with children’s programs focused on youth mentoring and serves as an active participant on corporate and non-profit board of directors.

Lukowski is the father of two children and currently lives in Oakville with his wife.

For 50 years, CCFC has helped children and families of all faiths break the cycle of extreme poverty around the world. Working side by side with colleagues on three continents, CCFC emphasizes child focused and community based development ranging from basic assistance to programs that emphasize self-help and eventual independence.

CCFC is a member of ChildFund Alliance, a global alliance of 12 child focused organizations working in 56 countries. Combined, ChildFund Alliance members provide lasting and meaningful change to more than 15 million impoverished children and families worldwide.

Blog Entries by Ryley Murray

Why Listening to Children Could Help the Environment

(0) Comments | Posted November 25, 2012 | 2:01 PM

Children in developing and developed countries may be different when it comes to daily life or how they'd like to leave their mark on the world, but one thing rings true universally: children are increasingly concerned about the health of the planet and have very real fears about climate change,...

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