Liz Hover appointed as director of operations

Liz Hover

Rachel Young

Outreach and Engagement Lead

The National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI) proudly announces the promotion of Liz Hover from director of communications to director of operations.

In this role, Liz will work alongside National Screen Institute CEO, Joy Loewen and the senior management team to ensure efficient and effective workflow within the organization.

Using her communication and creative skill set, Liz will be responsible for the development and evaluation of training initiatives, internal communication system organization, managing budgets and overseeing staff and new hires to create growth and equity.

“We’re at a very special moment in the National Screen Institute’s development and growth and I’m proud to support our incredible team as we navigate it together,” says Liz. “This new position allows me to meaningfully contribute to strengthening the organization as we serve storytellers across Canada. I am over the moon and ready to get started.”

Liz’s dedication to the mission and vision of the National Screen Institute is evident through her 18 years of work with the organization, serving in a number of positions. She has elevated internal communications, developed the National Screen Institute’s online presence and was pivotal in initiating the switch to online learning. She is currently leading a major rebrand of the organization and redevelopment of its website, both of which will launch later this year.

“Liz has been instrumental in leading pivotal strategic and operational initiatives and developing systems to streamline the way we work,” says National Screen Institute CEO, Joy Loewen. “Her passion for the National Screen Institute’s vision and positive energy constantly encourages and drives us all forward to achieve our mission.”

Liz began her new role on January 10.

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About the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI)

Propelled by a visionary network of donors, private and public organizations, board members and staff, the National Screen Institute supports creators from across Canada to tell unforgettable stories. Through industry-informed training and mentoring in film, television and digital media, students and alumni find their voice and place on the global stage, inspiring us to shape a better world.

We are committed to training participants from a diverse community of voices including Black, Indigenous, People of Colour, women, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning and two-spirit (LGBTQ2S+), people with disabilities, those outside large urban centres, those from regional and remote areas and various religious groups.

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Rachel Young, Outreach and Engagement Lead

The National Screen Institute is supported by: Core Funders: Manitoba Sport, Culture and Heritage, the City of Winnipeg through the Winnipeg Arts Council; Benefactors: TELUSTelefilm Canada; Patron: CBC; Builders: APTNBell Media; Indigenous Training Programs Partner: Directors Guild of Canada; Strategic Sponsors: Manitoba Film & MusicRBC Emerging Artists Projectdocumentary ChannelCBC GemCentre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development (CAHRD)Indigenous Screen Office (ISO)Canada Media Fund (CMF)The Winnipeg Foundation, Super Channel; Industry Partner: National Film Board of Canada; Friends: StantecWilliam F. White InternationalCompany 3.