Guilfoyles, Norm

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Guilfoyles, Norm

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Norm Guilfoyles was a journalist and fundraising consultant. He is an early alumni of Ryerson’s Radio & Television Arts program, graduating in 1964. From there he began his career in Auckland, New Zealand at a radio station. He traveled a bit after that stint and eventually became a CBC traveling journalist, during the 70s and 80s. He also headed the magazine, Radio Guide. After his career in journalism and writing began to fizzle out, he switched to fundraising, and began to work for Ketchum and other organizations. He continued to be an active philanthropist for Ryerson University and their alumni associations.

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Created August 30, 2019.

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Ryerson Radio & Television Arts 1964. “Norm Guilfoyles.” Biographies. Accessed August 26, 2019. http://rta64.ca/index.php?id=bios

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