Program Director, Arts Administration & Cultural Management
Anne Frost began her work in the arts at Fort McMurray, Alberta. Since then she has worked in Owen Sound, Bruce County and London, England.
Sue Edworthy has worked in the non-profit arts for over fifteen years, is a self-described city enthusiast, and is respected and sought after for her marketing and communications expertise.
As a champion for the performing arts, Jacoba Knaapen has passionately worked in Toronto’s cultural sector for over three decades.
Jeanne LeSage has a 25+ year career in arts management and has worked in places as far away as Abu Dhabi and Oman.
Anna Mathew is a librarian who also has over a decade’s worth of experience in the not-for-profit and cultural sectors.
Gail Packwood is a Toronto-based arts administrator whose involvement with the performing arts spans 20 years. Currently she is the Executive Director of the Associated Designers of Canada.
Charles is currently a lecturer in cultural pluralism in the arts at the University of Toronto Scarborough.
Inga Untiks is a PhD candidate in Humanities at York University specializing in contemporary art practice and display in the Baltics, Eastern and Central Europe. She has taught at the University of Toronto Scarborough in the Arts Management Program, and the Open University in London.
Heather Clara Young has worked in the field of arts management for twenty-five years.