Folk Music Ontario’s Board of Directors is a dedicated and enthusiastic group of thirteen volunteers, elected democratically by the membership via advanced balloting during the fall and at the annual conference in October. Directors serve a three-year term. The Executive Committee is elected by the directors, and each position on the Executive Committee is held for one year.
2020/21 Executive Committee
Amie Therrien, term ends 2022
Amie has been involved with FMO from the beginning of her career. She joined to get a discount on courses at the Harris Institute but soon saw it was something she wanted to be part of. Currently the Operations Director at Music Managers Forum Canada after years of managing folk, roots, and Americana artists through her company Balsam Pier Music, Amie has also worked in marketing and management at Coalition Music, as the Programming Coordinator at Folk Alliance International and is an alumna of the Artist Manager Program with Canada’s Music Incubator.
Rosalyn Dennett, term ends 2023
Rosalyn is a leader and organizer in the national and international folk community. As a long-standing member, Rosalyn has worked with Folk Music Ontario in many capacities, including official and unofficial showcase artist, official and private showcase presenter, panelist and panel moderator, emcee, exhibitor, reception host and more. Her experience working in the non-profit sector for MusicOntario, CIMA, Music Canada Live, Ontario Live Music, and the Canadian Federation of Musicians would be an asset to any organization, and her dedication to music can be seen through her successful career as an artist, performing and recording with Oh My Darling, Ken Whiteley, Fred Penner, Donovan Woods, Kaia Kater, and many more fine folks.
Cassidy Houston, term ends 2023