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Julie Ann Wolfe May

Julie Ann (‘JA’) Wolfe May is a Toronto-based manager, writer-researcher, and strategic consultant to business and government leaders and works within community, corporate, non-profit and government sectors in the development of strategies for advancement of social change and public policy. JA began her career at CBC-TV in Toronto and extended her experience into other media. Over 3 decades…

Cathryn Healey

Cathryn (Cat) Haley holds a Masters degree in Art History from St. Andrews University in Scotland. She has extensive experience in working with charities and social agencies to increase inclusion and create fulfilling opportunities for people with learning and physical disabilities. She has worked at a strategic level on a number of committees and working groups…

Kathryn MacKay

Kathryn is a founding member and served as Associate Artistic Director of the Thousand Islands Playhouse until 2012. Favourite directing credits there include: The Clockmaker, The Drowning Girls, The Russian Play/Essay, The Girl in the Goldfish Bowl, The Drowsy Chaperone, Trying and Half Life. Other directing credits include: Hothouse, How I learned to Drive, Perfect…

David Archibald

David has written for and performed on Sesame Street in New York and CBC’s Mr. Dressup. He recently appeared at Toronto’s Yonge/Dundas Square as a featured performer at the Kidzfest event. As a singer/songwriter, David has compositions in the catalogues of Sony/Universal, Sunbury/Dunar, and ATV music. He has recorded with RCA. David’s music is regularly…

Melissa Mahady Wilton

Melissa is a local inclusive dance educator who holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, and has worked with people with disabilities for over ten years. She is founder and Director of ConCorpsDance Inclusive Dance Programs, a Kingston-based organization devoted to creating dance programming accessible to all people, regardless of their ages, abilities, or special…

Amy Booth

Amy Booth is a registered Physiotherapist (MScPT Queen’s University), with a keen interest and expertise in delivering movement classes to individuals with neurological disorders and Dementia. She has an extensive dance background and has performed professionally with Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company and with a touring company in the UK. She has a 3 year Dance…

Jackie Mills

Jackie Mills, in addition to being a qualified elementary and secondary teacher, has over 30 years of experience in teaching International Folk Dance. She has studied with several of the top International Folk Dance teachers in Canada and has a Fellowship in International Folk Dance from the Canadian Dance Teacher’s Association (C.D.T.A.) as well as Ontario…

Isidora Spielmann

Isidora Spielmann was educated by the National Academy of the Tailors’ Guild in Vienna and holds a diploma in graphic design from St. Lawrence College. She has been a designer, artist, teacher, and writer, working with textiles, fine clothes, costumes, ceramics, and performance. Her works have been displayed at The Riverguild in Perth and at…

Yessica Rivera Belsham

Yessica Rivera Belsham is certified in Creative Facilitation, Music Care, and Zumba Latin Inspired Dance Fitness. She has been in a Tahitian/Hawaiian Performance Dance group in Sahuayo de Morelos, Michoacan, Mexico and has taught Pre-hispanic Mesoamerican drum and dance. Yessica is grounded in her Mexican heritage and Pre-Hispanic and Hispanic drumming and dancing. Yessica has…

Laura Scott

Laura Scott holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Western Ontario and has been extensively educated with the Royal Conservatory of Music for piano, voice, violin, theory, harmony, and most recently, Orff pedagogical instruction. Laura has been learning with guidance and support from Kathi Toth-Switzer, who is an Orff specialist, artist…