Jennifer Gordon holds a studio BFA in Drawing & Painting and a BEd in I/S Visual Arts & English, both from the University of Ottawa. Jennifer has
a Master of Fine Arts Candidate in
Creative Writing at the University of British Columbia.
An advocate for sustainable growth in the Canadian arts and cultural sectors, Jennifer has held roles in business development and training, arts administration, and consulting.
Kyla is a visual artist and arts administrator with an interest in strategic, creative, and social innovation, inter-disciplinary collaboration,
public art and community-based arts.
Kyla leads and oversees projects and initiatives for the CCBI and Humber Galleries. Kyla has been working in post-secondary education and not-for-profit environments developing and managing complex inter-disciplinary and multi-faceted
projects from start to finish for more than 5 years.
Hana is an arts administrator seeking to enhance the future of the creative industries locally and globally. Having worked across the arts through Festivals, Visual Arts, Dance,Education, and Film, her work is rooted in how experiences create change.
More specifically, Hana seeks to increase representation and accessibility in the arts while decolonizing them.
Kristen is a UX Designer who works to create digital experiences that compliment everyday life.
With a background in cognitive neuroscience,
she is an advocate for ethical, accessible research and design in her work, and constantly seeks to improve her skills and knowledge in these areas.
Adriana is a Humber graduate
of the Advertising and Marketing Communications program.
With a passion for marketing and love for being creative, she truly pours her heart and soul into every project.
Alisha is a recent honours graduate
of Humber College’s Media Communications program.
She enjoys creating graphic design projects, sketches and illustration pieces.
Alisha has always been fascinated by the arts and the many different forms
it carries; this placed her on a journey
of wanting to be a part of the creative industry to conduct bold moves.
Lillian is pursuing a bachelor's degree in User Experience design with a background in graphic design and media communications.
Lillian is passionate about creative problem-solving and exploring various solutions with the user in mind for online and offline experiences.
Maya is an arts management student with a background in arts and culture studies. She has held a variety of positions in arts organizations in Kingston, St. Catharine's and
Toronto and is passionate about creating access to the arts and supporting emerging artists.
Nathalie is a Fashion Management student with experience in the business and entrepreneurship field.
With a profound passion for fashion and sustainable practices, Nathalie has developed her knowledge in fashion design, illustration, and innovation.
Shikha is a student pursuing a degree in Arts Administration and Cultural Management. She has worked in the arts professionally for over ten years as a performer, arts administrator, and in roles related to Arts-in-Education.
She has directed and performed in various dance and theatre productions, as well as acted in short films and commercials.
She aspires to engage with artists and communities to explore the exponential possibilities of the performing arts in order to achieve a better understanding of Canadian socio-cultural challenges.