Speaker Joy Loewen

Speaker Joy Loewen


Joy Loewen


National Screen Institute

Joy is a media industry professional who passionately supports the development, production and exhibition of Canadian art and artists.

She previously worked as a broadcast and festival programmer at WTN (now W Network), CBC and Gimli Film Festival, and is an active volunteer with leadership roles on several community and non-profit boards and councils including The Winnipeg Foundation, The Forks Foundation and Manitoba’s Queen’s Counsel Advisory. She also currently serves as a civilian aide to The Honourable Janice C. Filmon, Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba.

Joy has a bachelor’s degree in radio and television arts from Ryerson University.

Listen to a podcast interview Joy did with Nolan Bicknell, host of the BeCause & Effect – The Winnipeg Foundation’s podcast featuring longform interviews that take a deeper dive into why community champions are passionate about their causes. Joy talks about the importance of giving a hand up to others, bringing out their potential and how everyone has a story to tell.

Speaking on: Pathways, pitfalls, opportunities and outcomes: creating a more inclusive Canadian film industry; Post-session Chatroom: Pathways, pitfalls, opportunities and outcomes: creating a more inclusive film industry

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