Nanci Corrigan is the President of Channel 3 Communications Inc. and a seasoned communications strategist with over 25 years of expertise in the development and execution of communications and knowledge translation plans for a wide spectrum of clients.
After beginning her career in advertising and corporate communications, Nanci founded Channel 3 Communications in 1997, collaborating with clients in both the private and public sectors. Channel 3 currently focuses on providing services for clients in the research, health care and education sectors.
Nanci has hosted webinars and led workshops and presentations at a number of national and international conferences, including the International Congress on Palliative Care, the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care (CHPCA) Annual Conference, the CHPCA Banff Learning Institute and the Canadian College and University Food Services Association (CCUFSA) Annual Meeting.
Nanci is a graduate of Carleton University, has earned a Knowledge Translation Professional Certificate from the University of Toronto / Sick Kids Learning Institute, and is also engaged in Strategic Coach, an organization designed to nurture entrepreneurial ventures. She is also an aspiring cellist with a keen desire to one day play in tune.
Reach her today at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-547-0837
Sabrina is Channel 3’s ‘make it so’ specialist, providing strategic support at all levels to implement creative solutions for clients. She is naturally enthusiastic, resourceful, inquisitive and always ready to take on new challenges.
Sabrina is a Queen’s University graduate with a BA Hons in Art History, and is also active in the community, teaching art history to seniors and contributing to the local theatre scene. She’s a talented artist, an avid movie watcher, and a bit (maybe a lot) of a Star Trek nerd.
An experienced project manager and analyst, Rosemary possesses outstanding skills to initiate, plan and execute complex projects and assignments. She has over 36 years of experience working with the Ontario government, and spent several years managing the Business Analysis Unit of the OHIP Claims Services branch for the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, providing business analysis and project management to support the modernization of claims processing.
Rosemary has significant experience gathering and analyzing data to identify options, assess impacts and evaluate outcomes. She is a natural collaborator, and ensures quality results are achieved on time and within budget.
Rosemary is an avid golfer and curler – but away from the links and rinks, you’ll most likely find her curled up with a good book.
Conor provides communications and logistical support for the team, conducting research, developing reports, and coordinating client tactics and content.
He studied music composition at McGill University and is a professional classical musician who has performed with the Kingston Symphony and the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, as well as the McGill Savoy Opera Orchestra, the McGill Beethoven Orchestra and the Kingston Youth Orchestra.
Conor has also composed and contributed to a number of musical productions in both cities. Conor enjoys reading and cooking, and is an aspiring recreational pilot (so be sure to watch the skies…)
Sarah Witiuk is a Queen’s grad who is currently working towards a post-graduate certificate in Event Management. After living in the Netherlands for 364 days during university, Sarah returned to Kingston and spearheaded a community initiative, QueensEvents.ca, that aims to connect Queen’s University’s students, faculty, staff and alumni to the greater Kingston community through the promotion of academic, arts and social events within walking distance of campus. Sarah now has 6 years of experience in marketing, both in Canada and abroad, and she brings her strong knowledge of social media, branding and content marketing to the Channel 3 Communications team! When she’s not going to events, Sarah loves to play piano and sing.
The conversation I had with Louie, the office cat, about what should be put in his bio:
“Hi Louie, is there anything you’d like to share?”
“I’m a cat. I don’t share,” said Louie.
“That’s pretty rude,” I replied.
“Get off your chair. It’s mine now. Also, so is your purse and your lunch. And all of your paper. Sabrina and Conor’s chairs are also mine. Everyone’s chair is mine.”
He then lists all of the things in the office that belong to him, until he falls asleep in my lap.