Oliver Madison, CEO
Before founding Me to We Style Inc. in 2005, Oliver Madison was a principal at Octavian Capital, a Toronto-based boutique corporate finance firm specializing in small to medium sized enterprises. Before that, Oliver worked in Corporate Finance at Brown Brothers Harriman's New York office. His responsibilities there included advising principals of private and closely held public companies in mergers and acquisitions and analyzing potential investments for the firm’s mezzanine and private equity funds. Oliver graduated cum laude from Harvard College with an A.B. in economics. He completed his Level III Chartered Financial Analyst (C.F.A.) exams in 2004.
Marc Kielburger, Senior Advisor
Marc Kielburger 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, CBC, BBC, 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. He is co-author of a regular column in Canada's largest newspaper, the Toronto Star. Marc 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." He has received an honorary doctorate of education from Nipissing University for his work in leadership development.
Craig Kielburger, Senior Advisor
Craig Kielburger is an accomplished child rights advocate and leadership specialist, an award-winning author and a popular speaker. He is the founder of Free The Children, the world’s largest network of children helping children through education, and the co-founder of Leaders Today, the world’s top youth leadership training organization. Craig has received the Nelson Mandela Human Rights Award, the World Economic Forum GLT Award, the honorary Top 20 Under 20 Award, the Roosevelt Freedom Medal, the Governor General’s Medal of Meritorious Service, the State of the World Forum Award and the World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child, also known as the Children’s Nobel Prize. Craig is also the recipient of an honorary doctorate of education from Nipissing University for his work in leadership development and is the youngest person ever to be selected as one of Canada’s “40 Top Leaders Under Forty”.