Board of Directors / Staff

One World Arts is managed by a team composed of a few dedicated staff members and a passionate group of volunteers who form the Board of Directors.

Staff / Office

Rainer Lichtenfels
Volunteer Administrator
rainer.lichtenfels@oneworldarts.ca

Board of directors

As a “working board”, this group is involved in every dimension of One World Arts operations - program development, event production, fundraising, non-profit governance, communications and promotions, and building partnerships with other local organizations. With a range of skills and experiences in both the international development and arts worlds, One World Arts’ Board of Directors brings a clear vision and plenty of capacity to turn it into reality, and has lots of fun working together.
 

Carol Ann Pilon
carolann.pilon@oneworldarts.ca

Carol Ann has worked in the television and film industry since 1992. She holds an Honours BA with Specialization in Communication from the University of Ottawa. In 2000, she directed her first documentary film for television. Since then, Carol Ann has directed over 70 programs for the French-Canadian television industry. These have been broadcast on SRC, TFO, TV5, Canal vie and Bravo.

Caroline John
caroline.john@oneworldarts.ca

Caroline joined the OWA Board in 2011 and is mainly involved in the management of volunteers and community outreach. Her interests are sustainability, theatre and other arts, and vibrant communities. She is passionate to find means of increasing civic engagement and social capital in our communities. She has a BSc and is also working on a degree in communications and public awareness. All her spare time goes to dance, cooking and daydreaming.

Emily Monks-Leeson

Krisztina Damjanovich

Rhiana Chinapen
rhiana.chinapen@oneworldarts.ca

Current chair of One World Arts, Rhiana has over 10 years experience in community engagement and education on global issues.  She holds a BA in International Relations and Political Science, and a MA in Communication.  Rhiana is a firm believer in the capacity of art to effect change and is proud to participate in Ottawa's burgeoning community of artists and activists.  She is currently working on her first film.  

Susan Johnston