After eleven years with the Talent Trust, I wanted to let you know that I am finishing up my part-time position with the Talent Trust end of March 2022. We are starting the search process now, and if we find a suitable replacement before March, I will step aside earlier and ensure a smooth transition.
I leave on the best terms with a solid Board, experienced contractors, incredible alumni, and a great group of Talent Trust volunteers and nonprofit partners.
I am incredibly proud of all that the Talent Trust Board, donors, alumni, and nonprofit partners have accomplished during the past eleven years and hold dear to my heart the relationships I’ve built during my time as Executive Director.
I want to give my deepest gratitude to all who have been so supportive of the organization and me personally over the years: contractors, board members, Scholarship Selection committee members, nonprofit partners, Talent Trust scholarship recipients and, of course, our funders and donors. Without any of them, the organization would not be as strong and vibrant as it is.
I am so honoured to have been the leader of this incredible organization and will watch with much excitement and anticipation as it continues to fulfill its mission. The Talent Trust will always have my support as a donor and Blue Nose Marathon runner, or better, walker. (smile)
The Board has begun their search to find the Talent Trust’s next Executive Director. Our priority is finding a dynamic leader with a true passion for the Talent Trust’s mission and promoting our Belief in the Creativity of Nova Scotians.
You can find the detailed job description for the position by clicking through to our blog at
With appreciation and gratefulness to the whole arts community and beyond,
PS: Please spread the word so that the Talent Trust will have the best advocate for our young NS artists in the future. (smile)