The Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology has established a Dean’s Advisory Board to assist in the accomplishment of its vision and objectives. The individuals on the Board provide expertise, guidance and direction in supporting our commitment to engaging students, research and communities with a particular emphasis on:

  • Raising FCAT’s profile and relevance within the business, artistic, and technology community
  • Forging new and strengthening existing connections with leaders in these fields in national and international markets
  • Assisting with the promotion of FCAT programs and initiatives
  • Advising on alumni activities and special projects
  • Advising and assisting with general advancement of FCAT objectives

2016-2017 Advisory Board Members

Patrik Andersson

Associate Professor in Critical & Cultural Studies at Emily Carr University

Jonathan Anthony

Director, Corporate Communications, Teekay Corporation

Yves Candau

FCAT Graduate Student Representative  

Garret Chan

Director of Strategy, Tealeaves  

Liane Davison

Manager, Visual and Community Art, City of Surrey

Darriel Dawne

Senior Director, Strategy & Transformation (Global Marketing), SAP Labs Canada

Joanna Gould

Communications Consultant

Grace Lam

FCAT Undergraduate Student Representative

Aoife Mac Namara

Dean, FCAT

Michael Madsen

Office Managing Partner (Greater Vancouver Region) and International Liaison Partner BDO Canada LLP

Barry Po

Head of product marketing and corporate development at NGRAIN

Anicka Quin

Editor in Chief, Western Living Magazine

Robyn Sussel

Communications Advisor

Victor Tsao

Managing Partner, DS Advocates/DS Lawyers

Wen Wei Wang

Artistic Director, Wei Wei Dance

Angela Wilson

Manager, Corporate Communications, Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA)

Catherine Winder

Media and Business Consultant and Film Producer, Rovio Entertainment Ltd.

Alison Winters

Communications Consultant, Alison Winters Communications

Stephanie Wiriahardja

Community Manager, Global Ambassador Lead, Hootsuite