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During the day I am a Partner with Acuity HR Solutions where I focus on leadership development and building strong workplace cultures. I’m involved with artsScene because I believe arts and culture build stronger communities by creating awareness, building empathy, and giving cities life and character. When I’m not working, you can typically find me doing one of the following – travelling, eating something delicious and drinking some wine with friends, checking out some theatre at PTE or ballet at the RWB, or hanging out in Winnipeg’s Exchange District. One thing people not many people know about me is that I am obsessed with Hamilton the Musical. Just kidding, everyone knows that about me.
During the day I work as a communications coordinator with a local not-for-profit focused on quality, accessible early years care & education. I’m involved with artsScene because Charlottetown is a special place, and I jumped at the opportunity to help showcase its local talent and vibrant community! When I’m not working, you can typically find me watching baseball, in a thrift store, or at the farmer’s market. One thing not many people know about me is I run a pretty intense Bachelor/ette pool!
During the day I work as an accounting student working towards CPA designation. I’m involved with artsScene because I love Prince Edward Island and want to help connect our growing young professional community with the arts. When I’m not working, you can typically find me spending time with my family. One thing not many people know about me is my family has eight dogs!
During the day I work as a marketing professional helping creative projects and organizations connect with their audiences online. I’m involved with artsScene because I want to help others have as rewarding experiences of art and culture as I have. When I’m not working, you can typically find me getting creative with photography, or exercising in nature. One thing not many people know about me is I was awarded Great Distinction for my ARCT in Violin Performance from the Royal Conservatory when I was 16.