Arts Professor Elizabeth Bradley is an educator, theatrical producer, festival curator, presenter, and international cultural consultant.
Born at an early age, Elizabeth is currently Director of Inuit Relations at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada. Hard to believe but she has been working in the federal government for close to 20 years (yes, she started as a child labourer).
Elizabeth is the president of Maytree, a private Canadian charitable foundation committed to reducing poverty and inequality in Canada and to building strong civic communities.
For 20 years, I produced concerts with professional orchestras in Canada. Most of my experience was producing live events on a weekly basis, selling 1000+ concert halls, many recorded for live broadcast.
Executive Assistant to the VPs of Arts and Lougheed Leadership
I simply can't resist a hockey analogy when thinking about my work as Executive Assistant to the VPs of both Arts and Lougheed Leadership.
Francis is a creative economist that teaches innovation, design thinking and leadership, and facilitates the creation of new products, services and processes through the mobilization of collective intelligence.
Studied TV for 5 years, and by the time I graduated, everyone was claiming that TV was dead, including me.
Why? That's what I love finding out...love asking those questions. Curious questions, hard questions, digging and puzzling through people's stories, trying to understand what we're all about.
I'm compelled to follow the lines and make connections that lead back and forward in order to reach a creative outcome. You could say that I'm inquisitive and rapacious for knowledge.
Gina Botelho has been educating and engaging audiences for over 15 years. With a background in psychology, communication, and adult education, she is a strong proponent of life-long learning which is applied, relevant, creative and engaging.
Heather J. Murdock
A young multi-lingual nomad, Heather grew up bouncing around Canada, South Korea, France and Argentina while developing a keen interest in infrastructure, water and people.
Ian Prinsloo is a creative inquiry facilitator; his work focuses on developing the relational quality of groups and using that inter-personal dynamic as the platform for developing innovative solutions to challenges.