Caroline Bergeron


Director of PhiLab’s Quebec Hub from May 2019 to November 2020, Caroline is currently working on the professional practices of philanthropy in Montreal.

Director of the philanthropic management certificate of the Faculty of continuing education at the Université de Montréal, she teaches the Introduction to Philanthropy class.


  • Material Object and Immaterial Collector: Is there room for the collector-donor discourses in the museal space?in The Thing about Museums: Objects and experience, representation and contestation, Dudley, Sandra & al. ed., Routledge, 2011

Publications on PhiLab’s blog

coronavirus organisations de bienfaisance

Face au coronavirus, une mobilisation sans précédent des organisations de bienfaisance

1er avril 2020 - Face au coronavirus, une mobilisation sans précédent des organisations de bienfaisance Au Québec comme partout ailleurs, la pandémie du COVID-19 provoque un état d’urgence sans précédent ...
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vision systémique de la philanthropie

Apports et limites des sciences sociales pour définir une vision systémique de la philanthropie

Réflexions placées sous l’angle de la spécificité du Québec Caroline Bergeron, director of the Quebec Hub, has her doctoral thesis now available, in French only. Malgré le fait qu’elle soit ...
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Summary of Ms. Hilary Pearson’s conference

The certificate in philanthropic management of the Université de Montréal has partnered up with PhiLab in launching the 2019-20 academic year with a public conference. Hilary Pearson, CEO and president ...
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philanthropy and fossil fuels

Can Philanthropic Funds Capitalize on Fossil Fuels?

A fund managers' primary responsibility, for a fund that was patiently formed over the years through repeated fundraising efforts, is simple: secure long-term returns while maintaining the capital. Basically, conservative ...
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Administrator at Illusion, a puppet theatre; amateur of artworks on paper; watercolour, mycology and equestrian sports in her free time.