Originally hailing from the British Isles, Julian is the Director of Systems Leadership at the Banff Centre where he helps to develop and run programs for systems shapers and complexity leaders.
Elaine Broe believes purposeful, transformative leadership is within every individual and team.
Arts Professor Elizabeth Bradley is an educator, theatrical producer, festival curator, presenter, and international cultural consultant.
Elizabeth is Algonquin-Irish (Kitigan Zibi Anishnabeg First Nation). She is a community builder, theatre artist and arts producer, self-professed policy wonk and mother of two.
Ellery Starlight was elected as a Council member in 2010 and has since served his nation for nine years. He is the current portfolio holder for Public Works.
Elwood Jimmy is a learner, collaborator, writer, artist, facilitator, cultural manager, and gardener. He is originally from the Thunderchild First Nation, a Nêhiyaw community in the global north.
For 20 years, I produced concerts with professional orchestras in Canada. Most of my experience was producing live events on a weekly basis, selling 1000+ concert halls, many recorded for live broadcast.
Executive Assistant to the VPs of Arts and Lougheed Leadership
I simply can't resist a hockey analogy when thinking about my work as Executive Assistant to the VPs of both Arts and Lougheed Leadership.
Why? That's what I love finding out...love asking those questions. Curious questions, hard questions, digging and puzzling through people's stories, trying to understand what we're all about.
Gina Starblanket is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Calgary and holds a PhD and MA from the University of Victoria.
Ian Prinsloo is a creative inquiry facilitator; his work focuses on developing the relational quality of groups and using that inter-personal dynamic as the platform for developing innovative solutions to challenges.
Janice Tanton is an interdisciplinary artist, working for over 24 years to create works that resonate widely.
Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity is located on the lands of Treaty 7 territory. We acknowledge the past, present, and future generations of Stoney Nakoda, Blackfoot, and Tsuut’ina Nations who help us steward this land, as well as honour and celebrate this place.