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Canadian Dance Assembly Welcomes New Executive Director

In Announcements on August 12, 2010 by danceumbrella

Toronto, ON –  It is with great pleasure that the Canadian Dance Assembly (CDA) announces Nathalie Fave as the new Executive Director.  “The CDA is thrilled to welcome Nathalie Fave to the position of Executive Director.  As an artist and social advocate she brings to the role a potent world view that is passionate, inclusive and forward thinking. Nathalie’s multi-faceted experience and exemplary leadership skills will serve Canada’s dance community in all its diversity”, says Board President  Michael Trent.

French born in Paris, Nathalie’s passion for arts and culture resulted in publishing numerous works in literature and poetry, and founding a cultural space in Senegal which housed fashion shows, an art gallery and a jazz club.  While in Senegal she also established a communications corporation providing consultations to the Ministry of Culture.  After living in Africa for 18 years she came to Canada in 2006 and has worked in management positions in the community development and social sector.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is charged with leading the Canadian Dance Assembly into the next phase of its development, with its mission, vision and community values as a guide.  Nathalie’s keen sense of  fundraising skills and leadership skills will serve the organization well in this next phase of growth.

Please join the organization in welcoming Nathalie to the Canadian Dance Assembly, she can be contacted at:  (416) 515-8444 or nathalie@dancecanada.net

Media Contact: Aviva Fleising – Programs and Services Manager

Tel : 416-515-8445

Email : aviva@dancecanada.net

The Canadian Dance Assembly (CDA) is the voice of the professional dance sector in Canada and advocates for a healthy, sustainable environment in which professional dance practice can grow and thrive. CDA is a reputable source of information on the current state of dance in Canada and provides representation to policy-makers and the public. CDA enables its national membership of dance professionals and organizations to connect with their peers through regular communication, forums, conferences and workshops, and facilitates opportunities for networking, dialogue and exchange on topics relevant to the Canadian dance sector.

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