Charlie Wall-Andrews (MBA, MA, BA, CCIP) is a leader committed to continuous professional development. She completed the Association of Fundraising Professional’s inaugural Diversity and Inclusion Fellowship in Philanthropy program, and is a graduate of the Banff Centre’s Cultural Leadership program. She completed her Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Ivey Business School, Master of Arts (MA) at York University, and Bachelor of Arts (BA) at Laurentian University. Commended for exceptional work, Charlie has been the recipient of many awards, including: the Top 30 Under 30 award from Corporate Knights, the Vital People award from the Toronto Foundation, the Alumni Leadership Award from her alma mater, and the Social Science Award from the Edmond de Rothschild Foundations. In 2019, she was appointed as a Legacy Fellow by the Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship Program. Charlie sits on the Board of Directors of WorkInCulture and the TELUS Community Investment Board, and is the inaugural Vice-Chair of Music Canada’s Advisory Council. Previously, she has been a board member of Choral Canada, Laurentian University, Independent Living, and other not-for-profit organizations.
Julien Boumard Coallier
Administrator of Programs
As a graduate in communications studies whose Master’s thesis was on the practices of vinyl, Julien’s passion for music led him to explore every corner of the industry. Whether it’s through his academic research, his work for various cultural and musical media outlets or his stint working for a record label, Julien has honed his professional skills and developed a wide network of contacts. Now active as SOCAN Foundation’s grant program’s manager, this role allows Julien to fully exploit his communication, interpersonal and marketing skills to simplify the granting process, promote music and its creators and implement the organization’s strategic vision.