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Executive committee

Éric Minoli Chief operating officer

Eric is a serial innovator and disruptor, who combines the creativity and risk-taking of a digital media entrepreneur with the meticulous planning and organizational vision of a process engineer. For 20 years he has fearlessly pushed the limits of what is possible in the word of audio-visual production.
 
Since her earliest work in education 20 years ago serving children with special needs, Julie has sought innovative and tangible ways to reach new learners. Initially it was using scissors and cardboard, then with graphic design, then pioneering applications of digital learning and student-centered technologies the university environment.

 
Manuelita Chérizard is a passionate advocate for the development of human talent. As GMTFO’s Chief Talent Development Officer, she sees in every new or existing member of the GMTFO family the opportunity to cultivate unique talents and experiences, and create conditions where they can flourish. Her mission of bringing out the best in people is driven by a deep knowledge of how to align talent with organizational objectives, as well as keen personal insight. She has learned first-hand how appropriate supports can impact professional achievement. Throughout her varied career, she has made mentoring and development a top priority.

 
Twenty-five years ago Nadine Dupont walked out of a second –year biochemistry class and into a Ottawa cable television studio, to pursue a passion for production. Today, she is a fearless executive champion of the creative process, an innovative risk taker and master producer of digital content who has witnessed first-hand the amazing transformation of GMTFO from a single television channel with a mandate for French-language educational broadcasting into a multi-platform digital media powerhouse reaching millions of learners and media consumers globally.

Artemis Karabelas
Acting Vice-President, Technology and Optimization

 

 
Carole Nkoa is a passionate, principled communicator and a fearless advocate for the rich cultural heritage that is la Francophonie. Her ability to analyze complex issues, anticipate challenges, and apply sound judgement and creativity in forging mutually beneficial outcomes are the hallmarks of her approach to stakeholder engagement, communications and marketing initiatives. Her work is informed by a global outlook imparted by her Cameroonian father, Alsatian mother, and her experience studying and working on three continents: Africa, Europe and North America.