Our Leadership Team
Our staff and volunteer team of dedicated city builders, arts and culture supporters and practitioners provides the energy, passion and expertise that is at the heart of everything we do at Artscape.
GRACE LEE REYNOLDS
Grace Lee Reynolds is a leader committed to driving social impact and leading a workplace that fosters equity, diversity and inclusion for everyone. As an executive leader with depth and expertise in the public-private-philanthropic sector, Grace was recently President of MaRS Discovery Enterprises Inc. & Chief Ecosystem Officer, contributing to the development of MaRS as it grew to become an internationally-recognized innovation destination. She has previously held finance, management and business roles with the University Health Network, SickKids Foundation and Ernst & Young.
Kelly Rintoul brings over 15 years of city building, creative placemaking and community engagement experience. She has managed complex capital projects, facilitated deep community engagement initiatives and orchestrated organizational change throughout her career.
Toronto Artscape Foundation
Brooke Duval is an experienced fundraiser and has always been enthusiastic about making an impact in the not-for-profit sector. Even before joining Toronto Artscape Foundation, she held leadership roles at the Heart and Stroke Foundation and TIFF, where she led teams in raising millions of dollars in major gifts and corporate partnerships. Brooke holds a Bachelor of Commerce from McGill University.
Andrew Gall is a dynamic and collaborative financial strategist leading Artscape’s financial and IT systems, including finance and accounting, financial planning and asset analysis, budget development and forecasts, and risk and compliance. With over 20 years of executive experience in the pharmaceutical, finance, construction and not-for-profit healthcare industries, Andrew guides Artscape’s executive team on strategic financial management while building and sustaining a vital shared service platform for the organization.
PRU ROBEY, SENIOR FELLOW
Pru Robey is a passionate advocate for the transformative impact the arts and culture have on the lives of individuals and communities. Throughout her career, the centerpiece of her work has been the development of innovative, multi-sector approaches to support cultural sector development, creative economy activation and sustainable urban regeneration. She was the VP of Artscape and Director of our Creative Placemaking Lab to 2017.
TORONTO ARTSCAPE INCORPORATED
A group of talented, accomplished volunteers govern Artscape’s work and strategic planning.
ARTSCAPE NON-PROFIT HOMES INC.
This group develops and manages Artscape projects intended to meet the affordable housing and live/work studio needs of low and middle-income artists of all disciplines.