Andrew Dale is a financier - previously one of the youngest executives on Bay Street - turned entrepreneur, who recently founded a fashion brand, LeDaveed. He is a two-time nominee of the Out on Bay Street Emerging Leaders award, which recognizes LGBT business leaders, and graduated in the top 1% of his class from the Schulich School of Business in 2009 with an Honours BBA, specializing in finance.
Andrew is deeply involved in Jewish causes. He is a volunteer with Eshel, an American organization which aims to create safe and inclusive spaces for traditional and Orthodox LGBTQ Jews, as their first-ever Canadian contributor to its Welcoming Shuls Project. He has spoken in synagogues on multiple occasions about LGBTQ issues in the Jewish community, is on the Board of Directors of the Toronto Partnership Minyan, and is a fellow of the Joshua Institute, a UJA Jewish Executive education program in partnership with Rotman.