Born and raised in Caraquet, New Brunswick, Amély has acquired varied experiences working in the not-for-profit and voluntary sector. These have allowed her to apply and develop her leadership, governance and partnership development abilities. She holds a degree in social sciences with a specialization in political science from the Université de Moncton and excelled in the roles of executive director of the Regroupement féministe du Nouveau-Brunswick and of vice-president of the Société Nationale de l’Acadie. Her professional journey, filled with diverse appointments, has allowed her to get a solid grip on the functioning of all levels of the government and to navigate the sector with ease.
You can contact Amély with questions about the CRFC, the Community Radio Foundation of Canada, or if you are a private broadcaster or other current or prospective partner.
Having spent over fifteen years working in the Canadian cultural and community environment, Marie-Ève has acquired extensive experience with project and partnership management, research, and communications. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Art history as well as a Master’s degree in Museology from the Université de Montréal and has worked on a range of projects with diverse institutions, including the federal government, universities, national museums, and not-for-profit organizations. Marie-Ève has been part of the CRFC team the longest, having worked here since 2012, when she was tasked with the conception of the Radiometres program, the cornerstone of the funding offered by the CRFC.
Don’t hesitate to contact Marie-Ève with any questions regarding our funding programs and their management, the use of our logo, or for any media requests.
Camille holds a bachelor’s degree in public affairs and international relations, as well as a master’s degree in project management. Her background has allowed her to acquire in-depth knowledge of best practices and tools necessary to the successful completion of all stages of project management, from conception and planning, to execution and evaluation. During her studies, she also acquired the skills required to conduct a multifactorial analysis of issues at stake, whether they be political, legal or financial. Before joining the CRFC, she put her abilities to the test as an assistant project manager in an international cooperation organization focused on child protection. She also completed training on community development in India, which allowed her to fully grasp the importance of community consulting and involvement in the successful completion of projects.
Camille will be happy to answer any questions from campus and community radio stations regarding program timelines and eligibility requirements, to discuss project ideas and review funding applications, and to accompany recipient stations throughout the completion of their projects.