Manager of Strategic Partnerships & Operations
Phone: 416 392 6802 x 218
Angie has an extensive background in partnership development, event management, and communications, with numerous years of arts administration experience, previously working for Entertainment One Television, Cookie Jar Entertainment and York University. She is an active member of the arts community, particularly through her photography practice. She holds a Double Honours BA from York University with a focus on Film & Video and Communication Studies. Angie is also a member on the advisory board for East End Arts and AVNU. Angie is inspired by discovering unusual beauty in unexpected places.
Manager of Communications
Phone: 416 392 6802 x 215
Parul is an enthusiastic community builder, collaborator, advocate and appreciator of community, art and diversity. She is born in the UK and moved to the Toronto area at the age of six. From an early age, it became abundantly clear what the two things she was passionate about were: words and art. This led her to study Renaissance Studies (with a special interest in the Italian Renaissance), History and Sexual Diversity at the University of Toronto. Parul has been skillfully working in non-profit in various roles through the past decade, including as a programmer, producer, manager and consultant. After finishing managing in community granting for the largest government funder in Canada, the Ontario Trillium Foundation, she recently transferred these skills into producing, writing and programming with the Toronto Arts Foundation/Neighbourhood Arts Network. Her exposure to hundreds of non-profits has allowed her to seamlessly transfer her knowledge, skills and enjoyment of engaging diverse organizations and open her own consulting practice. Community Impact Non-Profit Consulting engages Greater Toronto Area based social services and arts-based non-profits to build, grow and sustain their practices. Parul is inspired by all types of diversity that lead to the creation of colourful artistic expressions.
32 Camden Street
(just south of Queen and Spadina)