Adil Dhalla

Culture & Community Consultant ,
Toronto, ON

About Adil

Adil is the former Executive Director of the Centre for Social Innovation’s (CSI) Toronto Operations and prior to that, was CSI’s Director of Culture (Global). Adil is a serial social entrepreneur – some of his previous experiences include founding My City Lives (2008), a pioneering application in the mobile video space that had presence in 250 cities globally; founding Project Ukulele Gangsterism (2012), a happiness hack on public spaces with international acclaim; and founding Friday Friends (2001), a non-profit organization that provides social opportunities to teens with development disabilities. In addition to his current work with CSI, Adil is a Co-Founder and Chair for Camp Reset, a summer camp for adults focused on creating safe spaces for adults to play, connect and transform and he is the Chair of the Board for the StopGap Foundation, an organization focused on creating accessible cities.