Stine Sjøgren holds a degree in Fashion Design from the French school Esmod, and a Master of Fine Arts from Northwestern University in Chicago, in costume and scenic design.
Whitewater kayaker, Ben Stookesberry, together with adventurer Sarah McNair-Landry, and kayaker Erik Boomer embarked on a kite-ski and kayak mission of epic proportions across Greenland to reach the most northern river ever paddled.
Su Ying Strang
Su Ying Strang is an artist, arts advocate, and cultural worker based in Calgary, Alberta on Treaty 7 territory.
Suketu Mehta is the New York-based author of Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found, which won the Kiriyama Prize and the Hutch Crossword Award, and was a finalist for the 2005 Pulitzer Prize, the Lettre Ulysses Prize, the BBC4 Samuel Johnso
How can design and artistry help solve wicked social problems?
How can architecture be a force for healing and well being in shaping our cities and urban environments?
How can we better innovate through conflict?
Emergence 2015 Faculty
Sue Mackay is the Executive Producer for Women's Digital at Corus Entertainment. Driving audience acquisition and engagement through response-driven, multi-platform innovation for W Network, OWN Canada, CMT and iVillage Canada is her main role.
Susan Orlean is the bestselling author of eight books, including The Bullfighter Checks Her Makeup; My Kind of Place; Saturday Night; and Lazy Little Loafers.
Chair - Governance Committee
Ottawa Governor since July 2009
Playwright, take rimbaud
Susanna Fournier is a Toronto based theatre maker. Her writing is Feminist and anti-Imperial. She interrogates socio-economic-gender power relations and their perversions.
Executive Editor, Reveal
Susanne Reber is the executive editor of Reveal, a nationally broadcast public radio show, and the co-founder of the Peabody Award-winning radio program.
Suzannah Clark, AKC, BMus, MMus, MFA, MA, PhD, is Professor of Music at Harvard University. Before moving to Harvard in 2008, she taught at Oxford University for eight years.
Guest Dramaturg/Bruntwood Prize
Suzanne Bell is currently the New Writing Associate and Dramaturg at Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre.