Frank MacGrath is the President of Golf Tournaments Incorporated, a Toronto-based golf event management company. Founded in 1993, Golf Tournaments Incorporated (GTI) has planned, organized and implemented hundreds of successful fundraising golf tournaments at golf courses throughout Canada as well as numerous specialty golf events, hole in one contests and other golf related activities.
GTI has worked with a wide variety of charities, corporations and not for profit organizations across Canada including the Bloorview Kids Rehab Foundation, Child Find Ontario, Parkinson Society Canada, Rose Cherry’s Home for Kids, Lymphoma Foundation Canada, Youth in Motion, Canadian Venture Capital Association and the Bay Street Children’s Foundation. Frank is the author of the “Complete Handbook for Planning and Implementing a Successful Fundraising Golf Tournament.”
Prior to purchasing Golf Tournaments Incorporated, Frank was a senior executive with the Miller Group of Companies (Miller Paving, McAsphalt Industries and related companies) from 1987-1997.While at Miller as Vice President of Real Estate, Frank coordinated the rezoning, rehabilitation and development of several of Miller’s industrial lands into industrial projects, golf properties, and housing developments. In addition, Frank was responsible for all aspects of Miller/McAsphalt’s real estate holdings, including property sales and divestments, rezoning and municipal approvals, property management and administration.
Frank initially joined Miller in 1987 as Manager of Properties and subsequently served in several progressively senior capacities including Director of Real Estate and Vice President Real Estate. Frank also served as an outside Director of Clayson Steel from 1992 to 2001. Frank has a Masters Degree in Public Administration from Queen’s University as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto. Frank has been an active community member holding volunteer leadership positions within the following organizations : President, University of Toronto Alumni Association, UTM Alumni House Cabinet Co-Chair, Board Member, Parkinson Society Canada. Frank is married to Mary Lynn and they live in Aurora with their three children, Sarah, Matthew and Connor.
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