Vice-President, Public Affairs and Programs at Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Canada
In her role as Senior Vice-President, Programs, Exhibitions and Public Affairs for the CMHR, Angela Cassie leads a team developing and delivering world-class built and digital exhibitions, as well as public and educational programming, and positions the Museum nationally and internationally through effective digital engagement, communications and marketing. She also leads the organization’s research, curatorial, and collections teams.
A sought-after speaker on leadership, inclusion and museum practice, Angela is also an active community volunteer. In December 2017, Angela was honoured at the National Black Canadians Summit for her work with the Museum in the promotion of human rights.
Angela was at CTMLA 2017 to showcase the museum’s marketing strategy which brings exhibitions and programs to life. Angela discussed how to moderate online virtual discussions about diversity and inclusion and still respect the rights of individuals participating in it?
Join Angela at Communicating the Arts Montreal as she and Louise Waldman will share a keynote “Indigenous leader fasts in replica of Mandela’s cell: the Museum as a space for ceremony, reflection and dialogue“