Instruction is provided by working professionals with solid academic credentials who take an active interest in students and their career interests.
Matt Quin is the Manager of Communications and Media Relations with King’s University College at The University of Western Ontario. He has significant experience in communications and PR working with The Grand Theatre, The Faculty of Health Sciences at Western, TechAlliance and having volunteered with Museum London, the London Chamber of Commerce and the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
Holly Doty has spent 10 years building an Event Management & Public Relations company, Connect Dot, that is intended to share best practices and roads to success for organizations that require solid event and association management services. She has immaculate skills in keeping projects on time and on budget and specializes in managing committees while ensuring ultimate success. Holly has been involved with strategic event management and development solutions for national associations such as the Sunshine Foundation and Easter Seals. She has worked with The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, as well as government funded organizations including the London Economic Development Corporation, Regional HIV/AIDS Connection and TechAlliance. Holly has an Honours B.A. in English Language and Literature from the University of Western Ontario and a postgraduate certificate in Business Management from Georgian College. Holly is also fluent in French and English.
|Carol Kehoe Carol Kehoe is Executive Director of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. Carol is an accomplished arts professional with more than 25 years of marketing and communications experience in media and arts organizations, and has held senior marketing and development roles with Museum London and the Grand Theatre. She has extensive experience as a board member, including serving as past chair of the London Arts Council and Museum London. She was a member of the City of London's Creative Cities initiative, and served on a creative cities committee of municipal council. Carol is a graduate of Western's faculty of education with a masters of arts in Journalism, and has been teaching specialized courses for more than 15 years.
Improving management and governance in the non-profit sector has been Nathan Garber’s passion for more than 35 years. In pursuit of this goal he has led two non-profits to international recognition, served on many boards and committees, and provided consulting and training services for hundreds of organizations, large and small. His articles have been published in Canada, the United States, the UK, and Australia. His work and writing have been recognized for innovative,leading-edge thinking and the challenging of conventional ideas about boards of directors. He was the founding Editor-in-Chief of Nonprofit Boards & Governance Review, an electronic newsletter with more than 5,000 subscribers. Nathan is principal consultant of Nathan Garber & Associates.
Matt Quin is a Communications Specialist at the University of Western Ontario where he works on "everything communications" for the Faculty of Health Sciences. Matt has significant experience in communications working with The Grand Theatre and volunteering with the London Chamber of Commerce, the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) and Doors Open London. He also teaches Public Relations and Crisis and Strategic Communications in Fanshawe College's Continuing Education program.
Gordon Saylorteaches Finance for Not-for-Profit Organizations and is the Manager of Accounting for WOTCH Community Mental Health Services in London, Ontario. Gordon has significant experience in financial management and has worked for not-for-profits, including the St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation, as well as in the private sector for Dundee Private Investors, Allen Business Services, Ltd, and EMCO Distribution Division. A graduate of the University of Western Ontario, he holds a Certified General Accountant (CGA) designation and is active in the community serving on the Board of Directors for The Old South Community Organization, The Thames Talbot Land Trust, as Past Chair of The Covent Garden Market Corporation, and as Vice Chair for the London & Middlesex Housing Corporation. Gordon also volunteers with The London Community Players.
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