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Slade was appointed to the newly created position of executive
director of CASE Asia-Pacific in May 2007. In this position, Krista
is responsible for professional development programs, conferences
and other services to meet the evolving needs of the growing
advancement profession throughout Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Krista has spent more than a decade working in the Asia-Pacific region as an alumni relations and fundraising professional. A Canadian citizen, she moved to Hong Kong in 1994 to establish the University of Toronto (Canada) Foundation and to serve as its executive director. In this position, she facilitated the universityís alumni, fundraising and student recruitment activities in Japan, South Korea, China, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and elsewhere. In 2003, she returned to Canada to serve as the University of Torontoís associate director of international advancement. Most recently, she served as senior strategic adviser for advancement at the University of Melbourne in Australia.
Before joining CASE, Krista was a member of CASE and a speaker at various conferences. She holds bachelorís and masterís degrees from the University of Toronto and has studied international Asian studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Krista Slade worked for the Division of University Advancement at the University of Toronto for eight years, based in Hong Kong, Melbourne (Australia) and also on campus. Her responsibilities included regional alumni programming, special development initiatives and administering the University of Toronto (Hong Kong) Foundation. A UofT graduate (B.A. and M.A., History), Krista has also studied at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the United Nations University in Amman, Jordan.
Annual Fund Appeal
Asian Prospecting - Expanding Horizons - Prospect Identification in Asia.
Capital Campaigns and Major Gifts - Case Study - University of Toronto.
Etiquette Guide for Asia - Overview to help you with international relations.
Passport Asia-Pacific. Presentation on some of the cultural do's and don't when working in the Asia Pacific region.
Philanthropy Australia Conference Report.
Planned giving brochure funded by a bequest.