We welcome Josie Baker to the team
March 6, 2017
Peter Hough, Chair of the Board, issued the following press release today:
Tatamagouche Centre announces that Josie Baker has been hired as our Executive Director. She will start in her new position in mid April.
The Tatamagouche Centre is an educational centre focused on leadership development, spiritual deepening and transformational education on both a personal and corporate level.
Josie Baker brings more than 12 years of work experience in the non-profit sector, working for the past six years with the Cooper Institute, a PEI-based non-profit organization, primarily on issues of migrant workers and seed sovereignty. She has been active in community organizations serving on boards and in leadership roles. She is committed to social justice, adult education, community development and engaged spirituality. Josie has a Honours Degree in Religious Studies from Mount Allison, a Graduate Diploma in Community Economic Development from Concordia, and is currently enrolled in a Masters of Adult Education and Community Development Program at Saint Francis Xavier.
Peter Hough, Chair of the Board says “on behalf of our Board, our Staff and the Tatamagouche Centre Community we welcome Josie Baker as our new Executive Director. In hiring her, we have passed a key milestone toward our goal of a renewed Centre. The addition of her professional leadership, skill and enthusiasm on-site will allow us to build on the momentum of the past year and move forward in achieving the goals of our business plan”.
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