Executive Vice President, Music Canada
Executive Vice President at Music Canada, passionate about the development of music cities, frequent speaker on global best practices and key learnings.
Since August 2010, Amy has played a significant leadership role in the development and implementation of Music Canada’s government and stakeholder relations portfolio. She is also responsible for overseeing Music Canada’s research and communications.
Music Canada’s research portfolio includes The Mastering of a Music City, BC’s Music Sector – From Adversity to Opportunity, The Next Big Bang – A New Direction for Music in Canada, Accelerating Toronto’s Music Industry Growth, and Live Music Measures Up – An Economic Impact Analysis of Live Music in Ontario (with Nordicity).
Amy is passionate about the development of music cities, and is a frequent speaker on global best practices and key learnings, many of which are featured in The Mastering of a Music City report.
Amy serves on several Boards of Directors including Music Canada Live, and the Unison Benevolent Fund. She lives on a farm outside of Toronto with her husband and two teenage daughters.