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Culture is MORE THAN ART.  It is a reflection of who we are, and how we live.  A community that has a defined identity and sense of PLACE encourages new business, inspires residents and attracts tourists.

Patricia Huntsman

Patricia Huntsman

As a member of a growing field of cultural management professionals in North America, Patricia Huntsman, M.B.A., B.A., is a sought-after and respected voice at the forefront of culture-led economic and community development in Canada. With more than 20 years experience in leadership and senior management roles in the creative field, Patricia is recognized for her intuitive, engaging, and dedicated client-centered approach.

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Patricia holds a Diploma in French Studies (18th-20th C. Literature and Art History) from the Sorbonne University in Paris, France and an M.B.A. from the University of New Brunswick where she also earned a B.A. in Psychology (visual perception concentration). An avid supporter of visual and performing arts, she has served as a director on notable boards across Canada, including Opera Lyra Ottawa and the University of New Brunswick. She is a member of the professional association Arts Consultants Canada, the Creative City Network, and the Canadian Public Relations Society (candidate). She holds a special interest in museum planning and is a member of the Canadian Museums Association and the British Columbia Museums Association.

Sandy Liu

Sandy Liu

Sandy Liu, M.B.A., B.A., is an experienced marketer and business consultant who’s expertise lies in merging the fields of technology with cultural industries. She holds an M.B.A. from Harvard University. As an advocate for arts and culture, she believes that the key to building sustainable creative economies lies in innovative applications of new technology.Sandy’s professional experience focuses on developing customer centric and data driven business & marketing strategies, as well as tech applications for experience design.

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Drawing from a background in advertising and working for tech giants like Adobe in Silicon Valley, the businesses she supported ranges from start-ups, non-profits to large businesses across East Asia, New England, Silicon Valley and Vancouver.

 

She is an avid patron of the cultural scenes in Vancouver and in her spare time she enjoys painting, amateur acting and literature. She is also currently building a business coaching course and relevant software tailored to helping artists build a sustainable business out of selling their art.

Merideth Bisiker

Merideth Bisiker

Merideth Bisiker, B.A., is a professional coach and organizational consultant with a career focus on finance and business systems. She supports company leaders by translating their visions into practical strategies and supports team member communication while they put these strategies into practice. Merideth’s professional experience includes retail banking administration, private professional accounting, local government finance, and training professional coaches.

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She lives on Vancouver Island, British Columbia with her family and makes time for music, both as a patron of local musicians and as the lead singer of a rock cover band. She is also involved in local film as treasurer of Hub City Cinema Society, as a “film mom,” and, most recently, fulfilling the role of producer on an upcoming documentary.

Heidi Cuff

Heidi Cuff

Heidi Cuff, M.A., B.A., is a writer, educator and arts activist who currently resides in Campbell River, B.C. She received her master’s degree in Educational Theatre with a Playwriting emphasis from the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University. Heidi has worked extensively in the nonprofit and commercial arts sectors in New York, Los Angeles, and more recently Campbell River.

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She currently serves on the Public Art Subcommittee, advising the City of Campbell River on public art policy and planning. Heidi is the Programming and Marketing Coordinator for the Tidemark Theatre and the Program Coordinator for the Campbell River Arts Council.

Michele Vanderwoude

Michele Vanderwoude

Michele Vanderwoude, M.P.A., B.A., believes “creativity is the fuel of the 21st century”. With more than a decade working in various levels of government in B.C., Michele brings a variety of skills and knowledge in government service delivery, research, policy development and communications as well as expertise in culture-led economic and community development.

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Michele holds a Master of Public Administration degree at the University of Victoria with a special research focus on improving cultural service delivery through collaboration and partnerships with public and nonprofit organizations. In addition to her MPA, Michele holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Western University and a post-graduate Honours Diploma in Print Journalism from Sheridan College. Michele is an arts and culture enthusiast with a passion for music, film and photography.

Rhiannon Herbert

Rhiannon Herbert

Rhiannon Herbert, M.L.I.S., M.Sc., B.A., is an interdisciplinary cultural professional who connects the dots between ideas, people, and place. With a diverse portfolio drawn from over ten years in galleries, libraries, archives, museums, education and cultural organizations, Rhiannon’s networked approach to creative capacity building is rooted in meaningful communication and information synthesis. She believes that creative culture is “a bridge to sustainable social, economic and human development.”

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Rhiannon holds a Master of Library and Information Science from McGill University, a Master of Geography, Planning & Environment from Concordia University, and a Bachelor in Urban Studies from the University of Calgary. Her involvement in the arts includes writing and editing, board and committee service, curatorial research, design, and volunteering. She maintains interests in collections, museology, and feminist pedagogies. She is a member of the British Columbia Museums Association.

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