Governance Management

Adam Glynn [President]

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I started my broadcasting career at volunteer run Radio Harrow in London, England - and for five years I presented a variety of programmes, read news bulletins, and for a time served on the board as Program Director. Subsequently, I worked with the BBC and some of Britain’s leading commercial stations, providing traffic news reports. I was ‘imported’ to Winnipeg by my wife in 2013, and since then have volunteered with CJNU - Nostalgia Radio - again, serving on the board for a time, and co-chairing the station’s Programming Committee.

Autumn Schnell [Indigenous Representative]

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Catherine Fisher [Secretary]

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Catherine Fisher has volunteered in c/c radio since 1988 and she is currently a programmer and board member at CJLY-FM on Sinixt traditional territory in rural BC. She was elected to the NCRA board in 2007 and served 3 board terms, ending in 2013. She's excited to contribute to the work of the organization again this year. Contact NCRA/ANREC Staff

Dinah Jansen

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Dinah is the Station Manager at CFRC 101.9 FM at Queen's University in Kingston Ontario where she also volunteered as an on air spoken word and musical content host for eight years. She holds a PhD in Russian History from Queen's where she is also an adjunct professor. After years of work in campus-based politics, governance, community-building and social justice, she is delighted by the opportunity to join the NCRA Board and further the interests of campus-community stations nationwide.

Glen Swarnadhipathi [Treasurer]

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Glen started volunteering in C/C Radio as a teenager at CIVL 101.7FM in Abbotsford, BC. During his time there, Glen was at a various points a programmer, committee-member, Secretary and (very briefly) President of the Board of Directors. Shortly after being elected to chair CIVL’s Board, Glen headed off to Saint John, NB, where he would work as CFMH 107.3’s Volunteer Coordinator and then Station Manager.

Juanita Muwanga

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Juanita started in campus/community radio as a DJ for CJSR but since then has worked as the Live Events Coordinator for CJRU while completing her BA at Ryerson University. She has Four years of work experience in the communication and marketing field as well as Three years of experience working in non-profit organizations in a capacity building magnitude. She has been involved in a wide range of community youth projects as well as international sustainability-driven development projects.

Madeline Taylor [Equity Officer}

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Madeline Taylor is a radio producer from Vancouver, British Columbia, with a passion for social commentary. She has worked in Campus/Community radio since 2013, and is the current Programming Director at CiTR 101.9FM. In the past she volunteered as the secretary of the Board of Directors for CJSF 90.1FM, Women’s Collective Coordinator at CJSF 90.1FM, and worked as Spoken Word Coordinator at CiTR101.9FM. Her documentary production work earned an honourable mention at the NCRC Radio Awards, and she has done freelance production work for ABC, the BBC, and various community radio initiatives.

Mark Kilfoil

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Mark has been involved in C/C radio at CHSR-FM in Fredericton, NB since the late 90s, getting involved in just about every aspect from news reading to recruitment to on-air work, from audio drama to organizing to fundraising, from remote events to open houses to serving on the Executive Committee and the Board. He went from volunteer to staff in 2010, holding the position of Program Director since then. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from UNB, and has worked in software development and research. He likes coffee very, very much.

Randy Reid [HR Officer, Vice-President]

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Randy Reid is an experienced broadcaster and civic media expert. As a veteran producer of prime-time C/C station programming on Toronto airwaves for over 15 years, he has delivered some of the most popular morning shows and captivating interviews with international and Canadian music icons. Holding several national awards for broadcast/DJ presentation he now resides as the General Manager (GM) for VIBE 105.5FM (CHRY-FM) and CEO of the charitable social enterprise VX3 Exchange (CCCMAD Inc.) – a developer of connective media and creative art solutions.

Wayne Smith

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Wayne joined c/c radio in 2017 as Board member and Program Director at CJQC (known to the outside world as QCCR-FM), Liverpool, N.S (Mi'gmagi). His old-school radio intro was at Lambton College, Sarnia, ON, followed by a 14-year newspaper career as reporter/news editor. He has taught multi-faith sensitivity at a Canadian military school. In 2016 he earned a PhD in African 'ubuntu' at the Univ. of Pretoria, S.A. He was founding treasurer of a N.S. non-profit community development group.