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... KARI services (Bilingual Service) Our Mission: We contribute to the management and development of associations and organizations of a philanthropic and/or not-for-profit nature. We provide creative and challenging ideas to foster growth. We develop strategies to position organizations within their targeted markets. * At your service for over 15 years, * We tailor to both large and small clients, * We provide bilingual services.
Ottawa - Montreal, .. Canada

Adrienne Cohen
Arts & Culture - Special Projects -Cultural Programming - conceptualization, strategic planning, concerts, film, literary, dance, collaborationa and partnerships, fundraising, marketing and development
Toronto, ON Canada

Heritage Consulting, Cultural heritage attraction site management, grant proposal writing Heritage site management planning Heritage site management review and turnaround Heritage site strategic planning

Andrew Ormston
a. Strategic planning across the creative and cultural industries b. Business planning across the creative and cultural industries c. Evaluation, including economic, social, and environmental assessment d. Culture and regeneration projects e. Planning and management of change.
Dunbar, -- United Kingdom

Andrew Danson Danushevsky
•curating international & domestic photography and photo-based art exhibitions •design print and electronic media •consultant re above see workstyle section below
Halifax, NS Canada

Angela Contreras-Chavez (Bilingual Service)
Project Management; Planning, Monitoring & Evaluation; Group Facilitation; Strategic Planning; Governance; Event Planning and Coordination; Volunteer Recruitment and Management; Anti-oppression and anti-racism frameworks.
Vancouver, BC Canada

Anthony Holl
* Executing Capital and Comprehensive Campaigns * Building Major Gift Progams * Education & Training (Board and Staff)
Toronto, ON Canada

Arlene Singh
Career Profile • A media industry specialist in translating creative, legal and financial requirements into business models for the creative community. Takes project from concept to completion. • An effective negotiator in achieving a win-win - thinks out of the box to blend required financial goals and desired creative outcomes. • Office management experience in media production and distribution with hands-on experience in accounting and law administration - all enhanced with people and project management. • A professionally trained performer with international exposure to the film and TV industry. • Combines a love of people, love of business and a love of the arts.
Toronto, ON Canada

Bonnie Hall
Consummate entrepreneur with a record of exceptional performance in public art, fund development, arts programming, exhibition, and education; knowledgeable in finance - new capital specific; can repeatedly sustain revenue streams and growth in dynamic and changing markets. Extensive international business background and skilled negotiating in multicultural environments; combines expert qualifications and verifiable core competencies in: Financial Management & Control Public & Private Partnerships Strategic Planning & Visioning Art Project Management Resource Development, New Business Specific Master Public Art Planning Collection Development & Management Art Marketing & Branding Proficiency
Cambria, CA USA

Brad King
- management consultancy - collections planning - exhibition development Brad King brings a diverse array of skills and abilities to Lord Cultural Resources. Having consulted on more than 125 projects since joining Lord over ten years ago, he is an experienced and versatile museum professional with comprehensive knowledge of the many facets of cultural planning – from management consultancy through to collections planning and exhibition development. A keen and perceptive analyst with a holistic understanding of museum institutions, he consistently demonstrates an ability to see through to the heart of a particular issue or problem and is often commended by clients for the high quality and comprehensiveness of his work, and for his ability to steer projects toward a successful outcome. With his colleagues at Lord, Brad has been involved in some of the most interesting and ambitious cultural projects of our time and brings a wealth of international experience to his work, being recently active in North America, West Africa, Southeast Asia and in the Arabian Gulf region.
Toronto, ON Canada

Brenda Sherring
Specializing in raising cultural profiles of small urban centres and rural communities. Employ methodologies such as: public forums, focus groups, webinars, podcasts, social media interaction, environmental surveys, asset assessments, gap analysis and cultural mapping. Provide final documents outlining: 1) Historical Background, 2) Stakeholder Consultations 3) Trend Forecast 4) Strategic Recommendations and 5) Measurable Indicators of Success. Strategic planning can be in the areas of: cultural development, educational/public programming, communications, marketing, partnership collaboration, financial sustainability, fund development, audience generation, capacity building, organizational development, maturity modeling, governance/staff succession, risk management, brand recognition. Design policies to guide strategic direction.
Rouleau, SK Canada

Carol Rowntree
Financial management in non-profit sector including financial systems design, conversion, training & policy documentation, practical strategic planning & implementation, oversee organizational change, dynamic grant and proposal writing
Toronto, ON Canada

Catherine Chambers
Adult Education
Richmond Hill, ON Canada

Charlie Andrews
Artist Consultant Event Planning Cultural Planning
Sudbury & Toronto, ON Canada

Christina Becker
30 years of experience in not-for-profit management and consulting. Unique psychological approach with specialization in change management processes, strategic planning, visioning, leadership development, governance, team, board and group facilitation.
Toronto, ON Canada

Cindy Rozeboom
Resource development (fundraising, outreach, communications and marketing)for small arts organizations
Toronto, ON Canada

D. B. (David) Scott
Strategic consulting, principally to the magazine publishing industry and the not-for-profit sector. Business planning,launches, repositioning, training and development.
Cambridge, ON Canada

Darlene Duggan
Marketing and Promotions, music and art
Halifax, NS Canada

David Hamel (Bilingual Service)
Income tax specialist for artst and freelance workers
Pointe-Claire, Qc Canada

Debbie James Smith
New media Community development and the use of digital media Community sustainability Documentary Human Rights - women, youth Media production and youth Social networking Digital media in developing countries - Jamaica Community organizing through the use of new media - video, mobile phones Skill development and elearning
Toronto, ON Canada

Diane Williamson
Digital Media Production and business. Interactive content Production for entertainment, and cultural sectors. multi-platform, screen based content. Planning and grant applications.
Cambridge, ON Canada

Diane Dickert
Project Coordination and Design, Grant Consulting and Writing, Artist, Photographer, Curator, Writer, Financial Management, Jurist, Staff Training, Membership & Program Development, Revenue Generation, extensive experience liaising with funders and meeting, event and conference organizing. Proficient in Word, Excel, Simply Accounting, Intuit QuickBooks, Filmmaker Pro, Quark Express, and Internet Savvy. Some knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

Diane Davy
Creative/Cultural Industries (Book Publishing, Magazine Publishing, Film and Television Production, Sound Recording, and Interactive Content) Governance Business skills for the arts and culture sector
Toronto, ON Canada

Don Bourgeois
law of charities and not-for-profit organizations governance organizational review contracts
Kitchener, ON Canada

Doug Simpson
Generally: Business and Marketing Plans Research & Publishing Fundraising & Feasibility Plans Vision & Strategic Planning Facility Planning More specifically: Fundraising feasibility studies Architectural feasibility studies Business planning Strategic planning Marketing planning Campaign planning Development strategies Visioning Project planning Campaign management Organizational development Board evaluations Board development Industry reviews Program reviews See our website,, for more details.
Toronto, ON Canada

Frances Armstrong Shakov
Specializing in small and mid-sized performing arts organizations: Operations capacity building, financial management, strategic planning & implementing, public & private sector fund development, marketing communications and volunteer leadership relations.
Toronto, ON Canada

georgia kapelos
Refer to website
Toronto, ON Canada

Glenn Gordon
Public art planning,design and project management services
Regina, SK Canada

Greg Young
Founded in 1991 and located in mid-town Toronto, TCI Management Consultants is a wholly Canadian partnership composed of senior, experienced practitioners who specialize in providing a full line of professional services to the arts, culture, heritage, and tourism sectors. Our clients have included organizations such as museums, art galleries, theatres, libraries, archives, historical sites, botanical gardens, science centres, zoos, other attractions. We have also worked extensively in the cultural industries including film, broadcasting, music, arts and publishing. Our staff have worked together for over 20 years and were formerly with a major management consultancy prior to establishing TCI. Staff professional expertise includes economists, geographers, marketers, certified management consultants and registered professional planners. The firm’s clients include non-profits, crown corporations, all levels of government and the private sector.
Toronto, ON Canada

Hamilton McClymont
Management and consulting services in the performing arts, entertainment and fair business
Gibsons, BC Canada

Hannah Bell
project, program, and portfolio management; risk management; performance measurement and management; business and strategic planning; stakeholder consultation; facilitation and mediation
York, PE Canada

Heather Young
Design and implementation of accounting systems. Integrating accounting information into an organization's overall planning and decision-making processes. Training in accounting principles and practice. Training on Simply Accounting and QuickBooks. Financial management: consultation on budgeting, decision-making, annual planning cycle. Bookkeeping.
Toronto, ON Canada

James Rossiter
E-learning strategy and implementation. Organizational change. Digital cultural policy.
Ottawa K1Y 1B9, ON Canada

Jane Hogg
Audience Development Business Strategy and planning Coaching and mentoring
Edinburgh, No United Kingdom

Jane Needles (Bilingual Service)
Non-Profit - Arts Administration, Board Management, Fundraising, Marketing, Career Management
Montreal, Qc Canada

Jay Katz
Jay has used his expertise in strategic planning and implementation, in marketing and branding, in governance and board development, in revenue generation, in audience development, in partnership building and in conflict resolution, to transform organizations. He helps clients to identify and steer towards new opportunities, to shift the perceptions of their brands, to increase their capacities and to develop their customer bases.
Toronto, ON Canada

Jerry Allen
cultural master planning Public art master planning nonprofit organizational assessment public art project management fund-raising feasibility studies arts economic impact studies creative sector analysis Arts marketing analysis Cultural facility planning
Soquel, CA USA

Jessa Agilo
Creative Arts; Performing Arts; Inter Arts; New Media Arts.
Toronto, ON Canada

jon waks
Sales, marketing, public art, consulting, capital projects, contemporary art, visual art, communications, community engagement, artist liasion, museum, museum liasion, public relations, media relations,
Calgary, AB Canada

Jon Linton
- strategic planning - market research - business plans - feasibility studies - program development - program evaluation - economic impact
Toronto, ON Canada

Jonathan Bennett
Laridae Communications assists non profit and public sector organizations with strategic planning, change management, branding, and complex writing projects. Our services include: - Strategic Planning - Brand Development and Creative (naming, brand platforms, stakeholder engagement, research, logos, taglines) - Communications Plans and Audits Strategic Communications Counsel / Operational Issues Management - Social Marketing, Profile Raising, and - Behavioural Change Campaigns - Change Management Communications (planning, support, messaging) - Crisis Communications (planning, readiness and risk assessment) - Writing (major grant writing, cases for support, proposals, plans).
Keene, ON Canada

Jose Rivera
RSC is a management consulting firm specializing in providing training and technical assistance to Federal, State, Tribal and Local governments RSC specializes in providing “subject matter expertise” to government/Tribal agencies in areas related to substance abuse, mental health, domestic violence, children, welfare reform, workforce development and case management. RSC provides assistance directly to nonprofits and business entities in the areas of Board Training and Development, Corporate Strategic Planning, Sustainability, Fund-raising and Development, Staff Training, Organizational and Community Development, Economic Development, EEO, EAP, Dispute Resolution, Management Training, Leadership Development, Total Quality Management, Behavioral Management, Program Development, Evaluation and Analysis, among others. RSC regularly provides Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) to agencies of the federal government, tribal governments and agencies plus state and local governments as well, assisting the agencies directly and, as well, grantees of those agencies seeking to implement grant objectives. Some of this TTA is in the form of workshops and presentations and some is in the form of on-site specific TTA designed to address grantee issues of case management, performance, compliance, program development or sustainability. Additionally, RSC works directly with its federal clients to provide insight, research, best practices and other policy analysis on areas that span the entire gamut of health, human services and workforce development concerns. Leadership Development, Staff Motivation and Development, Strategic Planning, Logistical Planning, Case Management.
Brooklyn, NY USA

Kathleen Darby
Strategic Planning; Business Planning; Resource/Revenue Development; General Cultural Sector Management; Arts and Cultural Training and Curriculum Development; Event/Project Management; Program Development
Ladysmith, BC Canada

Lloyd Stanbury
Intellectual Property and entertainment law. Creative Industries development. Music Business
Royal Palm Beach, Fl USA

Manie Eagar
Ethnic, Cultural and heritage preservation; promoting multi-culturalism; multimedia presentations; strategy formulation and execution; business development and management; executive training, coaching and development; executive directorship
Toronto, ON Canada

MaRi Eagar
Visioning workshops Strategy planning and decision mapping Grant Funding Leadership Strategies and development
Toroto, ON Canada

Maria Morgunova
-Extensive experience working as a director of TV-show, film-director for documentary, journalist (broadcasting and print), news-reporter, editor and screen-writer. -Extensive experience working as a counsellor of history of art, literature, music, opera, ballet and international cultural traditions of educational TV-projects. -Developed and successfully pitched a few projects for leading TV-companies in Russia. -Some synopses for cinematography were successfully published in professional magazines. Some short stories were published in literary anthologies. •Good experience working as an opera stage-director, artistic-director and producer. Expert of Russian operas, drama and folklore. •Worked in different musical theatres and on a variety of festivals and theatre projects. Successful performances: “La Cenerentola” (by G. Rossini), “Magic flute” and “ Figaro’s wedding ”, (by V.A. Mozart), “Falstaff” (by Verdi), “Gianni Schicchi”(by Puccini), Pericola (by Jacques Offenbach), “The Violet of Monmartre” (by Imre Kalman), Russian operas: “Fable about King Saltan” (by Rimsky-Korsakov), “Engagement in Convent”(by S. Prokofiev), “Ruslan And Lyudmila”(Glinka), “The Love for Three Oranges”(by S. Prokofiev), “Nose”(Shostakovich and N. Gogol), “The Gambler” (by S. Prokofiev and F. Dostoevsky) and other. •Trained in teaching Stanislavski’s acting techniques •Excellent musical education and background for work in music theatres; coaching with actors and singers; reading of music scores and claviers; playing piano. •Organized exhibitions, theatre and dancing festivals. Developed creative projects with bright cultural programs. Cooperated with professional well-known musicians, studios, orchestras and theatres in order to provide cultural educational art- programs.
Toronto, ON Canada

Mark Smith
(Not-for-Profits) Marketing Plans Business Plans Grant Writing Administration
Whitehorse, YT Canada

Mel Cooper
Radio broadcasting Opera casting and production Theatre dramaturgy, production and casting Management and artistic direction of a charity Publishing: editing, picture editing, commissioning
Oxford, OX United Kingdom

Michael Du Maresq
Performing and Creative Arts; Film/Video; Arts Service Organizations; Independent/Project-based artists.
Toronto, ON Canada

Michael Hardy
Interim Executive Management Services, Project Management, Facility Planning, Feasibility Studies, Strategic Planning
Pittsboro, NC USA

Michael Menegon
Arts and Culture - Festivals, Community Arts, Communications: strategic planning, direction, Music,Dance, Performance art and multi-media, public relations, marketing and development.
Toronto, ON Canada

Patty Porretta
With a track record of success in achieving resource development goals, stewardship objectives, and securing operating, program, project, and capital gifts ranging from $5,000 to $100,000+, having helped charities raise over $20,000,000.
Toronto, ON Canada

Paul Iles
Offers independent advice and assistance on artistic and management policies to drama companies and ‘presenting’ theatres. This typically includes identifying and investigating problems and entrepreneurial opportunities, writing business plans and evaluations, making recommendations for appropriate action and helping to implement those suggestions as a change or continuity manager.
Edinburgh, UK United Kingdom

Paul Guise
Cultural Enterprise. The economics of culture are vastly different from the industrial sectors; my research, consulting and educational products and services reflect the realities of the business of culture, or Cultural Enterprise.
Winnipeg, MB Canada

Randy Jackson
Business Operations Management - nonprofit sector. (Food and Beverage. Front of House, Retail/Merchandizing)
St Catharines, ON Canada

Richard Hornsby
Music, Board Governance, Music and Sound recording, programs, leadership, festivals and events
Douglas, NB Canada

Ryan Turnbull
Social Enterprise Development, Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility, Strategic Planning, Program Evaluation, Policy Development, Business Planning, Market Research, Feasibility Study, Program Development, Project Management, Coaching
Toronto, ON Canada

Sandra Thomson
Strategic Planning, Fundraising - Capital campaigns, annual giving, Endowment funds and special projects, Board development Volunteer Management
Nanaimo, BC Canada

Sarah Hill
Market Analysis & Planning ; Visitor Forecasting ; Strategic & Business Planning ; Audience Development & Activity Planning ; Community Engagement & Public Consultation ; Research & Evaluation ; Feasibility Testing & Options Appraisal ; Project Development, Management & Rescue ; Grant Bid Development & Application Writing ; Community Development & Municipal Cultural Planning ;
Ingersoll, ON Canada

Sheldon Rose
Management of corporate and residential artwork programs and acquisitions at the entry and intermediate levels. Interior Designer resource for artwork components of projects in corporate, residential, hospitality, health- care and government sectors. Custom framing including a contract division for large projects. Consulting includes provision of full range of services: sourcing, framing, delivery and installation, appraisal, restoration. All major media represented. Major commissions in painting, sculpture, architectural art elements.
Toronto, ON Canada

STAF Small Theatre
Marketing, Publicity, Grant Writing, Bookkeeping, Financial Management, Graphic Design
Toronto, ON Canada

Tania Marsh
Experienced arts administrator with immersed knowledge in Inuit arts and crafts culture, as well as gallery and museum collections’ experience (including working with collections, project management, and public interaction).
Lanark, ON Canada

Ted Silberberg
Ted Silberberg is the Lord Cultural Resources Senior Principal responsible for Market and Financial Planning. For over 30 years Ted has been responsible for market analysis, attendance and revenue generation strategies, site evaluation, feasibility studies, business plans and other management consulting services for projects across the country and around the world. He is frequently sought after to carry out independent reviews of the attendance and financial projections of other consultants.
Toronto, ON Canada

Terry Schwalm
• Strategic Planning • Business Development • Market Research • Cultural Tourism • Feasibility Studies
Saskatoon, SK Canada

Wendy Turpin
Organizational Assessments Organization Design Change Management Strategy Implementation Leadership Development Succession Planning Executive Coaching
Toronto, On Canada

Ginette Péloquin (French Only)

Montréal, Qc Canada

Jean-François LÉONARD (French Only)

Montréal, QC Canada

Marcel Choquette (French Only)

Montréal, QC Canada

Marie-Charlotte Belle (French Only)

Paris, ID France

Véronique Tremblay (French Only)

L'Assomption, qc Canada

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