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We are a team of concerned citizens — not a business, not a for-profit enterprise. We like to think of ourselves as community organizers and our community just happens to be the world. We care a lot about it, for no other reason that we’re residing here and we’re ambitious for its health and prosperity. Check out our bios and, if you have additional questions about CC, just click our FAQs at the bottom of this page.

The voices you’ll hear from on an ongoing basis include:

Andy Macaulay, co-founder of Citizen Capitalism.

Prior to this venture, Andy was a founding partner of zig, an ideas company that ranked consistently in the top 5 in Strategy Magazine’s Agency of the Year, since 2001. Zig became part of CP+B in July 2010, and Andy serves as Chairman in Canada.

Previously, Andy co-founded Roche Macaulay & Partners, Marketing Magazine’s Agency of the Decade for the 1990s, and Advertising Age’s International Agency of the Year in 1998. Andy is a business graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University. His work on Citizen Capitalism is a personal project, unrelated to his work with the team at CP+B”.

He lives in Toronto with his wife Anne and son Garrett. Oh, and their dog Finn. And they’re all trying to make better choices everyday. Even Finn.

Anne Sutherland, co-founder of Citizen Capitalism.

Anne is a partner in new thinking, a strategy consulting practice, and an
instructor of strategy at OCAD University in Toronto, Canada.

Making smart choices is at the core of both her new thinking practice and
the philosophy of citizen capitalism. Her career in strategy and research —
ranging from the world’s biggest brands to the smallest not for profits  —
has given her insight into people and how they make decisions.

This experience has inspired her to be the change she wants to see in the world
and to encourage others to do the same.

Beth Thompson, media partner of Citizen Capitalism.

Beth has played an active role in Canadian publishing for several decades, most recently as editor-in-chief of Glow magazine.

Prior to that, she held the editorships of Living Spree and Healthy Woman magazines. She has contributed articles to a variety of national magazines and websites including Chatelaine, Today’s Parent, Canadian Living, Lavalife and More Magazine.

When she’s not working with words, Beth likes to practice sustainability at her home in Mississauga where she lives with her husband, sons and family dog.