Board of directors

CNMN has an elect­ed board of 15 mem­bers from across Cana­da, elect­ed by vot­ing mem­bers of the organ­i­sa­tion, with each board mem­ber hav­ing a term of 2 years. The board is rep­re­sen­ta­tive both region­al­ly and in terms of prac­tice — and includes com­posers, per­form­ers, admin­is­tra­tors, and a broad range of new music com­mu­ni­ty representatives.

The board must have rep­re­sen­ta­tion from across Cana­da — Atlantic / Québec / Ontario / Prairies and the North­ern Ter­ri­to­ries / British Colum­bia. In addi­tion, two non-region­al mem­bers rep­re­sent Cana­di­ans abroad.

Board of Directors

  • President

    Juliet Palmer (ON) (President 2019-present, Vice President 2016–2019)

    I attend­ed my first FORUM in Jan­u­ary 2016 and was impressed by the depth and range of expe­ri­ences of the pre­sen­ters. Meet­ing and min­gling with inno­v­a­tive Cana­di­an del­e­gates along­side inno­va­tors from Europe gave me a fresh per­spec­tive on music cre­ation and dis­sem­i­na­tion. It was heart­en­ing to encounter the grow­ing num­ber of indi­vid­u­als and orga­ni­za­tions work­ing toward mak­ing our com­mu­ni­ty more wel­com­ing to those long exclud­ed from it. Col­lab­o­ra­tion is at the heart of my cre­ative prac­tice and cen­tral to my work as edu­ca­tor, facil­i­ta­tor, men­tor and com­pos­er-in-res­i­dence. As a board mem­ber, I look for­ward to fruit­ful col­lab­o­ra­tions with my fel­low board mem­bers and to the con­tin­ued growth of this invalu­able nation­al network. 

    New Zealand-Cana­di­an com­pos­er Juli­et Palmer is known as a “post-mod­ernist with a con­science” (The Lis­ten­er) whose work “cross­es so many gen­res as to be in a cat­e­go­ry of its own” (Toron­to Star). Her work has been fea­tured around the world, with per­for­mances at New York’s Lin­coln Cen­ter, Lon­don’s South­bank Cen­tre, the Hud­der­s­field Con­tem­po­rary Music Fes­ti­val, Bath Inter­na­tion­al Fes­ti­val, Voix Nou­velles France, Italy’s Angel­i­ca Fes­ti­val, Evenings of New Music Bratisla­va, Musi­ca Fic­ta Fes­ti­val Lithua­nia, NYYD Fes­ti­val Esto­nia, The Istan­bul Fes­ti­val, Sound­cul­ture Japan, the Ade­laide Fes­ti­val, the New Zealand Inter­na­tion­al Arts Fes­ti­val and Canada’s Sound Sym­po­sium. Juli­et is the artis­tic direc­tor of Urban­ves­sel, a plat­form for inter­dis­ci­pli­nary collaboration.

  • Vice President

    Norman Adams (Atlantic) (2014-present)

    I have attend­ed CNMN’s FORUM 2010 in Hal­i­fax, FORUM 2014 in Cal­gary and FORUM 2016 in Ottawa. There I have dis­cov­ered a group of peo­ple with the same chal­lenges, wor­ries and goals as I have, with great taste in music! I lend my ener­gy to CNMN and our com­mu­ni­ty in order to help pro­vide our artists and orga­ni­za­tions with a strong and clear voice. I believe pas­sion­ate­ly that we are stronger as a unit, and I would like to play my part as a rep­re­sen­ta­tive of artists and orga­ni­za­tions from the East, and all over Canada.

    I have a unique expe­ri­ence that can pro­vide per­spec­tive on a broad range of new music prac­tices. I enjoy a career as a clas­si­cal musi­cian, play­ing con­tem­po­rary and more tra­di­tion­al orches­tral and cham­ber music reper­toire, an impro­vis­er with an inter­est in elec­tron­ic music, and Artis­tic Direc­tor and admin­is­tra­tor of an arts orga­ni­za­tion. As Prin­ci­pal Cel­list of Sym­pho­ny Nova Sco­tia, and as fre­quent mem­ber of SNS’s pro­gram­ming com­mit­tees, I have a clear view of the way “the estab­lish­ment” works. At the same time, my thir­teen years as Artis­tic Direc­tor and Admin­is­tra­tor of sud­den­lyLIS­TEN Music has giv­en me the oppor­tu­ni­ty to curate and pro­duce con­certs of a wide vari­ety of con­tem­po­rary musi­cians from estab­lished inter­na­tion­al impro­vis­ers, to locals, all push­ing out the very edges of music mak­ing. As well I am a found­ing pre­sen­ter for The Cir­cuit, a nation­al pre­sent­ing col­lec­tive for tour­ing impro­vis­ers and explorato­ry musicians. 

    It is both inspir­ing and ener­giz­ing to work for our nation­al com­mu­ni­ty as a CNMN board member.

    Nor­man Adams is the Prin­ci­pal Cel­list of Sym­pho­ny Nova Sco­tia, and the Artis­tic Direc­tor of sud­den­lyLIS­TEN, and a cel­list, impro­vis­er and elec­tron­ic musi­cian explor­ing music, sound cre­ation and per­for­mance. Norm has per­formed clas­si­cal, free and new music across Cana­da, the US, the UK and France, col­lab­o­rat­ing with many lead­ing artists includ­ing Joëlle Léan­dre, Eddie Prévost, Pauline Oliv­eros, Ger­ry Hem­ing­way, Jean Derome and Mar­i­lyn Crispell. In addi­tion to CNMN, Norm serves on the boards of Strate­gic Arts Man­age­ment, and The Nova Sco­tia Lt. Gov­er­nor’s Mas­ter­works Award. He has released sev­er­al record­ings includ­ing a solo cel­lo CD. In 2010 he was award­ed an Estab­lished Artist Award by the Nova Sco­tia Arts and Cul­ture Part­ner­ship Coun­cil for his var­ied work.

  • Secretary

    Helen Pridmore (Prairies) (Secretary 2020-present; Board Member 2019–2022)

    I am hon­oured and excit­ed to be part of the CNMN Board.  This is a strong and vital orga­ni­za­tion that brings togeth­er our new music com­mu­ni­ty across Cana­da.  Such a vast land, so many projects and oppor­tu­ni­ties:  CNMN offers a way to con­nect, to share, to col­lab­o­rate and to enjoy the depth and breadth of music and sound pos­si­bil­i­ties in our coun­try.  Lais­sez les bons temps — et la belle musique — rouler!

    Helen Prid­more is a singer and sound artist, with a focus on con­tem­po­rary scored music, exper­i­men­tal music and impro­vi­sa­tion.  She has per­formed across Cana­da and the US, includ­ing a solo appear­ance at Carnegie Hall; Helen has also per­formed in Europe, Mex­i­co and Japan.  She has three CDs to her name, includ­ing …between the shore and the ships…, which won the 2013 East Coast Music Award for Best Clas­si­cal Recording.

    Helen’s cur­rent focus is on the tech­nol­o­gy of the voice and the body, with explo­rations into the con­cepts of aur­al beau­ty, space and silence.  She is writ­ing and per­form­ing new works for voice that employ both struc­ture and impro­vi­sa­tion.  One of her cur­rent projects is her solo voice work Sor Jua­na and the Silences, which will be tour­ing Cana­da in the 2020–21 sea­son.  Helen also shares her ideas with stu­dents and com­mu­ni­ty mem­bers via work­shops and impro­vi­sa­tion ses­sions:  see for cur­rent work and projects.

    With degrees from the Uni­ver­si­ties of Saskatchewan and Toron­to, and the East­man School of Music, Helen is cur­rent­ly a fac­ul­ty mem­ber in Music and Cre­ative Tech­nolo­gies at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Regi­na.

  • Treasurer

    Sean Clarke (ON) (2016-present)

    When I attend­ed FORUM 2016 in Ottawa I felt an imme­di­ate con­nec­tion to the CNM­N’s goals of build­ing a stronger, more col­lab­o­ra­tive new music com­mu­ni­ty and of giv­ing voice to an impor­tant Cana­di­an art form. The inclu­sive nature of the net­work is vital to build­ing a rich and rel­e­vant artis­tic com­mu­ni­ty. As an active com­pos­er and per­former I’m com­mit­ted to high­light­ing the impor­tance of new music in Cana­di­an soci­ety and rec­og­nize the val­ue of hav­ing a nation­al orga­ni­za­tion such as the CNMN to achieve that goal. I have worked in sev­er­al dif­fer­ent set­tings in the new music com­mu­ni­ty, includ­ing as a com­pos­er, a per­former of new and tra­di­tion­al music in cham­ber and orches­tral set­tings, a con­cert pro­duc­er, a board mem­ber of New Works Cal­gary, and a the­o­rist at aca­d­e­m­ic con­fer­ences. I bring my expe­ri­ence and enthu­si­asm to the CNMN board, to work for this impor­tant orga­ni­za­tion and the new music com­mu­ni­ty at large.

    Sean Clarke is a com­pos­er and flutist from Cal­gary, AB. Before com­plet­ing a doc­tor­ate in instru­men­tal com­po­si­tion at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Mon­tréal under the co-direc­tion of Ana Sokolovic and Jonathan Gold­man, he stud­ied flute and com­po­si­tion at the Roy­al North­ern Col­lege of Music, Eng­land, and the Uni­ver­si­ty of Cal­gary. His works have been played in the Unit­ed States, France, and across Cana­da, includ­ing on CBC nation­al radio. Sean has also writ­ten sev­er­al works for young per­form­ers, one of which is pub­lished by the Roy­al Con­ser­va­to­ry of Music (Toron­to).

    Sean has pre­sent­ed his the­o­ry research at sev­er­al nation­al and region­al con­fer­ences, includ­ing those of the Cana­di­an Uni­ver­si­ty Music Soci­ety where his paper was a final­ist for the SOCAN Foundation/George Proc­tor Prize; the South Cen­tral Soci­ety for Music The­o­ry where he was the recip­i­ent of the Best Stu­dent Paper Award; and the West Coast Con­fer­ence of Music The­o­ry and Analysis.

    As a flutist, Sean has per­formed in new music fes­ti­vals in Mon­tréal, Cal­gary and Saska­toon, as an extra musi­cian with the Cal­gary Phil­har­mon­ic Orches­tra, and in con­cert series includ­ing the Société de Musique Con­tem­po­raine de Québec’s Série Hom­mage and McGill University’s Schulich Pro­fes­sion­al Con­cert Series.‑1

  • Present Board Members

    Jennifer Thiessen (2022 — present)

    For me, join­ing the board of the CNMN is about fos­ter­ing a thriv­ing com­mu­ni­ty of cre­ative
    musi­cians across many regions. When I moved back to Man­i­to­ba in 2021, after twen­ty years in
    Mon­tre­al, I was uncer­tain about what it would be like to con­tin­ue my artis­tic prac­tice out­side of
    the strong cre­ative com­mu­ni­ty I had become a part of. I rev­elled in that artis­tic hotbed and
    relied on its pos­si­bil­i­ties and oppor­tu­ni­ties to devel­op my work. Mov­ing to Win­nipeg, it has
    become par­tic­u­lar­ly impor­tant to me to stay con­nect­ed to a wide net­work of musi­cians, while
    also dis­cov­er­ing the excel­lent scene here and want­i­ng to share it with oth­ers. I now also have a
    posi­tion as artis­tic direc­tor of a clas­si­cal cham­ber music series in Win­nipeg, so am new­ly
    involved in pro­gram­ming and pre­sent­ing. I need sup­port and con­nec­tion to con­tin­ue doing the
    work I want to do, and I know oth­ers need this too. The CNMN address­es exact­ly this need. I
    look for­ward to work­ing along­side won­der­ful friends and fel­low artists I’ve met over the years
    and to meet­ing oth­ers for the first time through our work together.

    Mix­ing new sounds with instru­ments of the past, Jen­nifer Thiessen is known for impro­vis­ing
    and com­mis­sion­ing new works on the vio­la and the vio­la d’amore as well as inter­pret­ing their
    his­tor­i­cal reper­toire. She cre­ates new music as singer-song­writer Dai­ly Alice and with her duos
    Park Sounds, S[ILK]S and Toninato/Thiessen, as well as many oth­er col­lab­o­ra­tions. Jen­nifer has
    worked exten­sive­ly as a vio­list with con­tem­po­rary, clas­si­cal and his­tor­i­cal ensem­bles in
    Mon­tre­al, Win­nipeg and across Cana­da. She is a cre­ative writer and con­tributes music
    jour­nal­ism to Music­works mag­a­zine. Orig­i­nal­ly from Man­i­to­ba, Jen­nifer lived in Mon­tre­al for
    two decades before mov­ing to Win­nipeg in 2021. She became Artis­tic Direc­tor of Vir­tu­osi
    Con­certs in 2022. From with­in a mul­ti­plic­i­ty of artis­tic adven­tures, she remains ground­ed in a
    pas­sion to cre­ate mean­ing­ful expe­ri­ences for her­self and her listeners.

  • Andrew Reed Miller (2022 — present)

    I have been prac­tis­ing var­i­ous kinds of music both new and old for 3 decades now and I’m look­ing for­ward to shar­ing and net­work­ing with the next generation.


    Orig­i­nal­ly from New York, Andrew stud­ied in Ottawa and Toron­to and even­tu­al­ly toured with The Cana­di­an Opera Com­pa­ny, the Nation­al Arts Cen­tre Orches­tra and the Roy­al Win­nipeg Bal­let.
    Andrew has per­formed at many venues, includ­ing Open Ears Fes­ti­val (Kitch­en­er), New Music Cal­gary, Sound Sym­po­sium (New­found­land), the Sco­tia Fes­ti­val of Music, Ensem­ble Kore (Mon­tre­al) The Music Gallery (Toron­to), West­ern Front (Van­cou­ver),  and Ton­ic (New  York). 
    Miller has writ­ten music for orches­tra, dance, cham­ber music, film, tele­vi­sion, and the­atre. 
    “Miller is a superb play­er, a mas­ter and a cre­ative inven­tor.…..” ‑Stephen Ped­er­sen The Chron­i­cle Her­ald (Hal­i­fax) Jan 10, 2011

  • Liberté-Anne Lymberiou (2023 — present)

    I’m hap­py and excit­ed to play a part as CNMN board-mem­ber, as it is a valu­able cross-cana­di­an net­work builder. Gath­er­ing a wide vari­ety of artists: musi­cians, per­form­ers, impro­vis­ers, com­posers, inter­preters, cul­tur­al work­ers, bridge builders and beyond, is a moti­vat­ing mis­sion. The meet­ing of these var­i­ous prac­tices, through­out diverse cul­tur­al prac­tices and tra­di­tions, can and will most always hum­ble, enrich and lib­er­ate our indi­vid­ual expe­ri­ences. I’m look­ing for­ward to par­take in the work of the CNMN, aim­ing to exem­pli­fy and bol­ster the rich cul­tur­al diver­si­ty that makes up the Cana­di­an land­scape, and cater to the well-being of these inter­con­nect­ed communities. 

    Lib­erté-Anne Lym­be­ri­ou is a com­pos­er, pianist and band­leader from Mon­tre­al. Her artis­tic process focus­es on a holis­tic vision of music, con­sid­er­ing the tra­di­tions, the envi­ron­ment, the physics, the move­ment, and the spir­i­tu­al­i­ty of the sounds with which she is engag­ing in the moment. Her work being prin­ci­pal­ly informed by jazz music, Lib­erté Anne pos­es a par­tic­u­lar atten­tion to impro­vi­sa­tion and rhyth­mic struc­tures from the African dias­po­ra, along with the con­cepts and philoso­phies that sur­round these practises. 

    Lib­erté-Anne began her career in 2013 in New York City, found­ing her orches­tra the “Lib­erté Big Band”, per­form­ing her orig­i­nal works. She received men­tor­ship from com­pos­er and pianist Arturo O’Farrill who first encour­aged her to pur­sue a com­pos­ing and band­lead­ing path. It is through her stud­ies with per­cus­sion­ist Chief Baba Neil Clarke that she begins engag­ing more seri­ous­ly with pan-african per­cus­sion ensem­ble con­cepts and a holis­tic vision of art. 

    In 2017, she rebuilt the Lib­erté Big Band in Mon­tre­al and pur­sued var­i­ous self-pro­duced per­for­mances and col­lab­o­ra­tions across styles and for­ma­tions. Between 2017 and 2019, she trav­elled exten­sive­ly to Cuba to research and study under Iri­an Lopez, focus­ing on Batà drumming.

    Lymberiou’s most recent works span across tra­di­tions and gen­res, and include a 50-minute opus for 20-piece jazz orches­tra, as well as reper­toire for sax­o­phone duos, choir, and mul­ti-dis­ci­pli­nary projects involv­ing dance, tex­tile art and film.

  • Marina Hasselberg (2023 — present)

    As a mem­ber of the CNMN board I aim to take advan­tage of my own expe­ri­ence as a music per­former to active­ly sup­port the organization’s mis­sion of con­nect­ing and enrich­ing the Cana­di­an music scene and improv­ing its impact in the world.

    Eclec­tic and award-win­ning cel­list Mari­na Has­sel­berg “has become a stand­out pres­ence on Vancouver’s music scene” (Geor­gia Straight). Like her new Jesse Zubot-pro­duced album Red, her per­for­mances are a provoca­tive, deeply per­son­al mix of clas­si­fi­ca­tion-resis­tant writ­ten works and adven­tur­ous impro­vised excur­sions, with Has­sel­berg employ­ing extend­ed tech­niques, a vari­ety of bows and acces­sories, and elec­tron­ics to skirt the fine line between the known and the unknown.

  • Julie Richard (QC) (2019-present)

    As a mem­ber of the fran­coph­o­ne com­mu­ni­ty in Que­bec, it is of inter­est to me to open my hori­zons to more glob­al ini­tia­tives whose scope and man­dates are just as inno­v­a­tive as the caus­es they sup­port. I am there­fore filled with impa­tience and curios­i­ty as I join the board of CNMN. 

    Com­mit­ted musi­cian, com­pos­er and cul­tur­al work­er, Julie Richard has been active­ly involved in Mon­tre­al’s artis­tic and musi­cal scenes for near­ly 20 years. Three-time grad­u­ate in clas­si­cal music, she is also versed in vocal inter­pre­ta­tion, jazz, pop, exper­i­men­tal music as well as African, Gyp­sy, Jew­ish and Cre­ole music.

    Hav­ing par­tic­i­pat­ed in numer­ous tours across Cana­da and the Unit­ed States, she par­tic­i­pat­ed in the SXSW fes­ti­val and per­formed inter­na­tion­al­ly in East­ern Europe, France and Colom­bia. Along­side her musi­cal prac­tice, Julie’s inter­dis­ci­pli­nary career led her to work in the areas of artis­tic man­age­ment, inter­ven­tion psy­chol­o­gy, and cul­tur­al research and ani­ma­tion. She is also known for her involve­ment in the pro­gram­ming of the Lux Magna fes­ti­val and the Suoni per il Popo­lo festival.

    Her lat­est project, Black Ark Orches­tra, inspired her to work with frag­ments of musi­cal com­po­si­tions cre­at­ed by black musi­cians who pre­dom­i­nant­ly came up in the Unit­ed States in the 1920s. The Black Ark project aims to reha­bil­i­tate these mar­gin­al­ized works of clas­si­cal music pro­duced by African-Amer­i­can women. It is a ques­tion of find­ing, updat­ing and rec­og­niz­ing the val­ue of what remains of these com­po­si­tions so that they do not remain for­got­ten, so that they can final­ly enter into con­ver­sa­tion with the his­to­ry of con­tem­po­rary music. In com­pos­ing, she does not seek to accu­rate­ly recon­struct the con­tours of these com­po­si­tions, but aims to draw a liv­ing ges­ture that is non-lin­ear and simul­ta­ne­ous­ly heal­ing, trans­for­ma­tive and creative.

  • Müge Büyükçelen (BC) (2019-present)

    I’m very hap­py and hon­oured to serve as a board mem­ber of the CNMN. As an active per­former and huge advo­cate of con­tem­po­rary music and specif­i­cal­ly Cana­di­an con­tem­po­rary music, I’m aware of the impor­tance of net­work­ing, com­mu­ni­cat­ing with wider com­mu­ni­ties. I’m hop­ing to be able to share my excite­ment and joy of work­ing with com­posers, per­form­ers in cre­at­ing new works. I’m hop­ing to uti­lize my expe­ri­ence in the field to assist in pro­mot­ing new Cana­di­an music.

    Müge Büyükçelen is a pas­sion­ate vio­lin­ist known for her mul­ti-genre ver­sa­til­i­ty. High­lights of her recent per­for­mances include the pre­mier of Jared Miller’s vio­lin con­cer­to ded­i­cat­ed to Müge, the Beethoven vio­lin con­cer­to, a con­cert tour through Aus­tralia and New Zealand, per­for­mances of new works by Jen­nifer But­ler, Paul Frehn­er, as well as var­i­ous con­certs with the Emi­ly Carr String Quartet.

    She is a cur­rent mem­ber of the Vic­to­ria Sym­pho­ny, Emi­ly Carr String Quar­tet and the Aven­ta Ensem­ble as well as an active vio­lin teacher at the Vic­to­ria Con­ser­va­to­ry of Music. Müge has been a fea­tured soloist with numer­ous orches­tras around the world. In 2009, she pre­miered “Archimedes’ Codex’ a Cana­di­an work ded­i­cat­ed to her by com­pos­er Michael Oester­le. She holds a Mas­ters degree in music per­for­mance from Bilkent Uni­ver­si­ty, in Ankara Turkey, an asso­ciate teach­ing diplo­ma from the Vic­to­ria Con­ser­va­to­ry of Music and was a teach­ing assis­tant stu­dent at the Toulouse Nation­al Conservatory.

  • Emily Doolittle (Non-Regional) (2016-present)

    I’m thrilled to join the board of the CNMN as a Non-Region­al Rep­re­sen­ta­tive. I’ve lived in a num­ber of dif­fer­ent coun­tries in my life as a com­pos­er – Cana­da, the US, the Nether­lands, Fin­land, Ger­many, and now Scot­land – and while each of these coun­tries has lots of fan­tas­tic musi­cians and amaz­ing musi­cal things to offer, my time out­side of Cana­da has made me aware of just how spe­cial the Cana­di­an new music com­mu­ni­ty is. We have such a rich diver­si­ty of music being made, so many strong and sup­port­ive region­al and nation­wide net­works, and, most impor­tant­ly, a real sense that we’re all in this togeth­er. Any­thing that helps one of us helps all of us.

    As a Non-Region­al Rep­re­sen­ta­tive, I’m par­tic­u­lar­ly inter­est­ed in fig­ur­ing out how to main­tain con­nec­tions between Cana­di­an com­posers and new music per­form­ers abroad and those in Cana­da, in pro­mot­ing the work of Cana­di­an com­posers world­wide, and in facil­i­tat­ing inter­na­tion­al col­lab­o­ra­tions. I’m also inter­est­ed in find­ing ways to encour­age ensem­bles, con­cert series, and fes­ti­vals to pro­gram new pieces in a way that rep­re­sents the true diver­si­ty of Cana­di­an com­posers, in terms of gen­der, eth­nic­i­ty, region­al, styl­is­tic and oth­er dif­fer­ences. I will work with the CNMN on behalf of all of us in the Cana­di­an new music community.

    Emi­ly Doolit­tle’s music has been described as “elo­quent and effec­tive” (The WholeNote), “mas­ter­ful” (Musi­cal Toron­to), and “the piece…that grabbed me by the heart” (The WholeNote). Doolit­tle has been com­mis­sioned by such ensem­bles as Orchestre Mét­ro­pol­i­tain, Tafel­musik, Sym­pho­ny Nova Sco­tia, and Ensem­ble Con­tem­po­rain de Mon­tre­al, and sup­port­ed by the Sorel Orga­ni­za­tion, the Cana­da Coun­cil for the Arts, Opera Amer­i­ca, and the Ful­bright Foun­da­tion, among oth­ers. Recent projects include Seal Songs, a 30-minute piece based on Gael­ic selkie folk­lore, com­mis­sioned by Paragon and the Voice Fac­to­ry Youth Choir (Glas­gow), a con­cer­to for vio­lin­ist Calvin Dyck and the Van­cou­ver Island Sym­pho­ny, and five months as com­pos­er-in-res­i­dence at the Max Planck Insti­tute for Ornithol­o­gy in Seewiesen, Ger­many. Orig­i­nal­ly from Nova Sco­tia, Cana­da, Doolit­tle was edu­cat­ed at Dal­housie Uni­ver­si­ty, Indi­ana Uni­ver­si­ty, the Konin­klijk Con­ser­va­to­ri­um, and Prince­ton. From 2008–2015 she was on the fac­ul­ty of Cor­nish Col­lege of the Arts in Seat­tle. She now lives in Glas­gow, Scotland.

  • Past Board Members

    Jennifer Waring (ON) (President 2016–2019, Board Member 2014–2016)
  • An-Laurence Higgins (2020- 2022)
  • Robert Thomson (BC) (2020 — 2022)
  • André Cormier (Atlantic) (2018-present)
  • Po Yeh (Prairies) (2016–2022)
  • Linda Bouchard (Non Regional) (2018–2023)
  • Megumi Masaki (Prairies) (2016–2023)
  • Jérôme Blais (Atlantic) (2012-present)
  • Marc-Olivier Lamontagne (QC) (2016–2017)
  • Clemens Merkel (QC) (2017–2020)
  • David Pay (BC) (2012–2019)
  • Jason Cullimore (SK) (2008–10)
  • Patrick Giguère (QC) (2018–2019)
  • Janice Jackson (Atlantic) (Secretary, 2008-12)
  • Brenda Cleniuk (SK) (2017–2019)
  • Jennifer Butler (BC) (2016–2019)
  • Aimé Dontigny (QC) (2006)
  • Brent Lee (ON) (2011–14)
  • Heidi Ouellette (MB) (2012–16)
  • Cléo Palacio-Quintin (QC) (Treasurer, 2010–14)
  • Alain Perron (SK)(2010–2017)
  • Clark Ross (NF) (2006–08)
  • Ellen Waterman (ON) (2006–07)
  • Gayle Young (ON) (2006–08)
  • Jason van Eyk (ON)(2010–2011)
  • Jerry Pergolesi (ON) (2008–13)
  • Jim Hiscott (MB) (Secretary-Treasurer, 2006-08; Board Member, 2009-10)
  • Jim Montgomery (ON) (Secretary, 2012–16)
  • Joe Sorbara (ON) (2006–08)
  • John Gzowski (ON) (2008–12)
  • John Reid (AB and the Northern Territories) (2010–14)
  • Karen Sunabacka (MB) (2010–12)
  • Kathryn Ladano (ON) (2016–2018)
  • Kyle Brenders (ON) (President, 2014–16; Board Member, 2013–14)
  • Lawrence Cherney (ON) (2008–10)
  • Louise Campbell (QC) (Vice-President, 2014–16; Board Member, 2008-12)
  • Marianne Perron (QC) (2006–08)
  • Mireille Gagné (QC) (Vice President, 2005-08; Treasurer, 2009-10)
  • Randy Raine-Reusch (BC) (2010–12)
  • Paul Cram (Atlantic) (2005–14)
  • Pauline Minevich (SK) (2006–07)
  • Pierre-Olivier Roy (QC) (2018–2020)
  • Roger Admiral (AB) (2005–10)
  • Ron Samworth (BC) (2006–08)
  • Sarah Albu (QC) (Board Member, 2016–2018)
  • Stacey Brown (QC) (Treasurer, 2014–16; Vice-President, 2012–14)
  • Therese Costes (MB) (2006–07)
  • Tim Brady (QC) (Board Member, 2014–2017; President, 2005–14)
  • Tina Pearson (BC) (Vice President, 2008-12)