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.
Emmanuel got his start in community radio in 1998 at CJAM in Windsor co-hosting a weekly overnight program as a teenager. He later got involved at CHUO 89.1 FM in Ottawa as a volunteer contributor in 2004 then as the station’s longest running Program Director from 2010 until 2019.
He is incredibly passionate about campus / community radio and has attended several National Campus & Community Radio Conferences (2012 – 2019) including hosting the 35th annual NCRC in Ottawa (2017) where he participated in a panel about Multi-Contributor Programming Models.
His radio program City Slang won Best Syndicated Radio Program at the 2019 Community Radio Awards in Broadcast and Online at the 38th NCRC.
Don’t hesitate to contact Emmanuel with any questions regarding our funding programs and their management.