NSI appoints Marlene Kendall and Brad Pelman to chair and vice-chair and welcomes Carissa McCart of TELUS to the board of directors.
Melanie currently works as executive in charge of production for CBC Drama and is an NSI grad.
Kim is director of local and original programming at TELUS.
Vera is director of community relations at Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN).
Norm Bolen will serve as chair, with Prem Gill serving as vice-chair.
Manitoba Film & Music CEO and film commissioner, Carole also sits on NSI’s board of directors.
The National Screen Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of its newest board member, Prem Gill, Director of Content at TELUS.
The National Screen Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of its newest board member Virginia Thompson, president of Verité Films.
Marcia Martin is the newest member of Canada’s entertainment industry to join the National Screen Institute Board of Directors. Marcia is a senior TV executive with over 25 years experience in the creative sector. A former VP with CHUM Television and
NSI congratulates NSI grad/NSI New Voices program manager Lisa Meeches and board vice chair Christine Shipton on their latest accolades. Lisa Meeches won the 2009 University of Manitoba’s Excellence in Aboriginal Business Leadership Award. And Women in Film and Television
Fred Fuchs, Executive Director, Arts & Entertainment Programming Television, CBC and Mary Powers, President, M. Powers Communications are the newest members of Canada’s entertainment industry to join the board of directors of the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI). Cindy Witten,
Raja Khanna, Co-CEO GlassBOX Television Inc., and Co-Founder of QuickPlay Media Inc., and Brad Pelman, Co-President of Maple Pictures have been elected co-chairs of the board of the National Screen Institute – Canada (NSI). Brad has been on the NSI board