Pat DiVittorio, Kristine Murphy elected to WIFT-T board of directors
The 2012-2013 board was announced Tuesday night at the organization's annual general meeting.
Women in Film and Television – Toronto has unveiled its 2012-2013 board of directors, elected Tuesday night at the organization’s annual general meeting.
Newly elected to the board are Pat DiVittorio, Bell Media VP program planning; Fiona Lee, Corus Entertainment director of finance, programming; Kristine Murphy, OMDC director of industry development; and Natalie Osborne, 9 Story Entertainment EVP of business development.
“These impressive leaders bring a wealth of experience to the organization, fulfilling the need for leadership in finance, marketing, fundraising and strategic planning,” said WIFT-T exec director Heather Webb in a statement.
Re-elected for another term were Stitch Media partner and producer Victoria Evans, Makin’ Moves president Maureen Judge, CBC Revenue Group director of marketing activation Gaye McDonald, CBC legal counsel Samantha McWilliams and CEI Management president Edith Myers.
Ubisoft Toronto managing director Jade Raymond, Shaw Media VP marketing strategy for specialty Muriel Solomon, Mojojo Media president Joanna Webb, Digital Wizards Inc. president Diane Williamson and OMNI Television national VP Madeilne Ziniak were also re-elected to the board for 2012-2013.
And Prentiss Fraser, eOne Television International SVP, worldwide sales and acquisitions, will continue as board chair for the next term.