Angie Gélinas has spent her more than 20 years of non-profit experience producing theatre, developing arts spaces, advocating for and developing public policy, advising boards of all sizes and types, evaluating programs, guiding non-profit leaders to articulate their dreams and then plan to make those happen.
She has provided a wide variety of management consulting services to clients such as City of Calgary Heritage Branch, Calgary Economic Development, Calgary Arts Development Authority, Athol Murray College of Notre Dame, SaskCulture, Canada Council for the Arts, One Yellow Rabbit, TRUCK Gallery and many others. She has been a stage manager, producer, general manager, a facilitator, a CEO, and fundraiser.
She managed Regina’s Globe Theatre and Nova Scotia’s Atlantic Theatre Festival. Prior to relocating to Calgary in 2005, she was Deputy Minister of Saskatchewan Culture, Youth and Recreation.