Take 5 with Top 50 CEO David Graham

Posted on October 31, 2022 | Atlantic Business Magazine | 0 Comments


This episode of Take 5 with the Top 50 CEOs features one of this year’s first-time award winners, David Graham. Graham is CEO of Brigadoon Village — the largest pediatric illness camp in Canada. Through camp experiences and recreational programs, Brigadoon helps children living with health challenges to develop life skills, self-esteem and resilience.

Presented in partnership with InCamera, the Take 5 video series seeks a deeper understanding of the Atlantic Business Magazine’s Top 50 CEOs and how they enact corporate leadership excellence. David Graham’s inspirational story touches on capacity building and empowerment of future leaders who might never have imagined themselves in that role before Brigadoon. See below for the full video.

Next week, we’ll chat with Greg Poirier, the CEO of CloudKettle, about technological advances and using artificial intelligence to manage sales for Fortune 500 companies.

Founded in 1998, Atlantic Business Magazine’s Top 50 CEO awards celebrate Atlantic Canadian leaders committed to triple bottom line results: growing their companies, leading their industries, and making Atlantic Canada a better place to live and work. Click HERE to submit a nomination for the 2023 list of Top 50 CEOs. Nominations close December 1.



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