Wendy Vincent Communications
Wendy Vincent is owner of Wendy Vincent Communications. As a communications professional with specialties in media relations, public sector communications, politics, the arts, events planning, equity based strategic communications and mindfulness, Wendy’s expertise spans the creative industries, as well as provincial and municipal politics. Past clients include The Toronto Mass Choir, The Archie Alleyne Scholarship Fund, The Harry Jerome Awards, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, The Barbados Tourism Ministry, Toronto Fringe Theatre content, and more. Recent professional highlights include roles as Communications Manager for the inaugural Mindful Living Barbados event which she helped to ideate, as well as co-producer of the first ever Young at Art Seniors Dance Social at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa. Past employers include The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), The CBC, Harbourfront Centre, Queen’s Park, and Toronto Caribbean Carnival. Wendy has served in the boards and governance space for Operation Black Vote Canada (OBVC), the Canadian Association of Black Journalists (CABJ), Art Starts Neighbourhood Cultural Centre and others. Wendy is also Partner/Director at Konvo Media Inc, a publicity, digital and branding agency. Konvo Media clients include Nia Centre for the Arts, the Toronto Police Service, ACTRA Toronto among others.
Cultural Not-For-Profit, Cultural For-Profit, Arts Service Organizations, Individuals, Festivals / presenters
Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Audience development / engagement, Community arts, Cultural diverse arts practice, Marketing / social media / communications, Public relations, Strategic planning,
Film and broadcasting, Literary arts and publishing, Media arts, Museums and heritage, Performing arts, Visual arts and crafts