Cultural Human Resources Council Announces Talent to Lead 3

Cultural Human Resources Council Announces
Talent to Lead 3 –
A Selection of Mid-Career Leaders
from across Canada

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CHRC is pleased to announce the 20 successful cultural leaders in the third cohort of its Talent to Lead (T2L) program.

CHRC is pleased to announce the 20 successful cultural leaders in the third cohort of its Talent to Lead (T2L) program.

Our Selection Committee for T2L3 focused on applications from leaders from Indigenous, racialized and official language minority communities. Twelve anglophones and eight francophones will be participating in T2L3, a program which includes a learning series of webinars on leadership and HR management topics by highly respected professionals from Williams HR and by the excellent teaching staff at la Chaire de gestion des arts Carmelle et Rémi-Marcoux at HEC in Montreal, in English and French, respectively. Participants have also been matched with executive level leaders for one-on-one mentorships for the duration of the program.

T2L3 participants, though dispersed throughout the country, will grow as a “cohort of peers” as did the first two T2L cohorts, sharing their learnings through the webinars and a protected website for exchanges of questions, challenges and successes.

The French program begins in December and the English in January, and they will both conclude at the end of June 2019. Regional meetings are set to bring together all 3 cohorts of T2L in March 2019 in Vancouver, Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal and Fredericton.

T2L Participants

Ruba Al Chaer
Chargée de projets aux opérations internationales
Société Radio-Canada
Montréal QC

Damon Badger-Heit
Program Manager, Saskatchewan Indigenous Culture Center SaskCulture
Regina, SK

Catherine Blondin
Responsable des communications et des Éloizes
Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick
Moncton NB

France Boily
Directrice administrative
Théâtre de la Vieille 17
Ottawa ON

Seraph-Eden Boroditsky
Leadership Fellow, Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre
Winnipeg, MB 

Rossana Bruzzone
Instigatrice « Montréal la plus heureuse »
Montréal QC

Anju (Singh) Christofferson
Director, Diverse Theatre BC
Vancouver, BC 

Alejandra Coronel
Administrator, SaskCulture
Regina, SK


Sandi Davis
The Fort Museum of the North West Mounted
Police and First Nations Interpretive Centre
Fort Macleod, AB

Dean Eskich
Manager, Communications & Box Office
Northern Arts and Cultural Centre
Yellowknife, YU

Pamela Gross
Executive Director, Pitquhirnikkut Ilihautiniq – Kitikmeot Heritage Society
Cambridge Bay, NU

Christine Han
Director, Vancouver Kiwanis Music Festivals Society
Vancouver, BC

Aurélie Labrière
Coordonnatrice de projets au Conseil culturel fransaskois
Regina SK

Alexandre Nequado
Coordonnateur Partenariats et Communautés
Festival présence autochtone
Montréal QC

Milan Pridmore-Franz
Directrice administrative et Codirection générale
L’Unithéâtre
Edmonton AB

Samyuktha Punthambekar
Founder, Director Infinite Arts Projects
Toronto, ON

Ikram Ben Sassi
Chef de projets Diversité et Relations citoyennes
Société Radio-Canada
Montréal QC

Ahalya Satkunaratnam
Program Director, Quest University
Vancouver, BC

Cora-Rae Silk
Artistic Director, Myths and Mirrors Community Arts
Sudbury, ON

Aitak Sorahitalab
Executive Director, Airsa Art and Thought Association
Toronto, ON