Emily is studying the master of journalism program at the University of British Columbia. A keen audio storyteller, she’ll be developing a limited series audio project centered around NSI alumni and their powerful stories.
Cheyenne is an alumna of CBC New Indigenous Voices and, while living in Paris for a time, sang the blues at cafés near Le Louvre.
Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers joins National Screen Institute as co-manager of IndigiDocs training program
Elle-Máijá will work alongside program manager Kaya Wheeler and also serve as director advisor for the program.
Get to know our new team member who comes to us from Media RendezVous Inc. where she worked as a production manager.
Jessica will manage the TELUS STORYHIVE Podcast Edition working with content creators in Alberta and BC, in addition to several other new NSI programming initiatives focused on diverse creators.
NSI’s Ursula Lawson promoted, now taking management lead on NSI Business for Producers and NSI New Northern Voices
Ursula now leads a slate of other training initiatives including the NSI/FTM Manitoba Content Creators Development Accelerator and the mentorship, development and delivery of projects for TELUS STORYHIVE.
A recent graduate of the Creative Communications program at Red River College in Winnipeg where she specialized in media production. Her position is funded by the Government of Canada through the Canada Summer Jobs program.
Oyin is part of RBC’s Career Launch Program which gives recent graduates a chance to get the experience they need to be successful in the job market.
NSI is seeking a senior manager, programs and development. This is a full-time position based in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Apply by September 30, 5 p.m., Central Time.
Kaya – of Anishnaabe and Nehiyaw descent – is a registered member of Sagkeeng First Nation in Manitoba.
Joy has served as acting executive director since May 2019.
She steps into the position following CEO John Gill’s recent resignation announcement.