blake goldring, the member of World’s President Organization of Canadian Council of Chief Executives, was born on September 13th, 1958. He has attained degrees like M.S.M, LL.D, and CFA and is an alumnus of the University of Toronto. The University of Toronto has played a significant role in the life of four generations of the Goldring family, and it is a world-class institution.For Blake, it is a privilege to give back to this institution in a very eloquent way.
Services Provided by Blake Goldring Great grandfather, as well as the great uncle of Blake, graduated from the University of Toronto. Blake privileged the legacy of the Goldring family by giving liberally to the University of Toronto. Blake Goldring has become the most respected alumni leader of the University, and he is also a member of the Boundless campaign executive. He is very committed towards his community and as the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the AGF Blake serves as a director of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra as well.

He has also gained a position as a director of the Sunnybrook Health Science Centre. Awards Won by Blake In the year 2006, Blake was appointed for the most distinguished regiments of Canada as the Honorary Colonel. It was in the very same year that Blake founded the charitable organization: Many Ways to Serve. The organization mainly comprises of 450 community leaders as well as senior business people and that provide their support to people working in the military and their families.
Blake C. Goldring was recognized for his valuable services, and in the year 2011 was appointed as the first Honorary Colonel of the Army. Blake Goldring has received many awards, and these include the Arbor award in the year 2009, Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in the year 2012, the Meritorious Service Medal, an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree and Military Division award.