Staff & TCCL Board of Directors

The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning is a registered charitable organization that sustainably operates and activates a beautiful heritage building on Lake Ontario.  We are always on the lookout for prospective board members with a keen interest in the arts, a dedication to community, a fresh attitude and appropriate experience.

Interested in applying to be a Community Board Member of the Tett? Please contact Dave Kerr at for more info and an application form.


Nadine Baker

Title: Facility Manager
Represents: Staff

Nadine Baker has passionately supported the not-for-profit arts and cultural sector both in Toronto and Kingston for 20 years. With her background in design, fine arts, and business administration, Nadine became involved with the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning,  in 2010 during its infancy as an a charitable arts organization. As a founding Director of the Tett Centre’s Board of Directors, Nadine was a key leader in the development of management and sustainable business strategies in preparation for the centre's re-opening in 2015. With her team of dedicated staff, a volunteer Board of Directors, and in partnership with Kingston’s department of Cultural Services, Nadine's leadership shines as the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning continues to thrive as a meaningful contributor to Kingston’s arts scene. 

Danielle Folkerts

Title: Marketing & Programming Coordinator
Represents: Staff

Danielle Folkerts has been involved with the Tett Centre since its opening as an inspiring arts instructor and innovative program coordinator on the Tett's Teaching Artist Roster. She joined the Tett Staff Team in late 2017 as Arts Administrator and is now the Marketing and Programming Coordinator. Danielle is excelling in her role of creating, implementing, and marketing dynamic programming for the community, and supporting the Tett Centre's wonderful resident artists and arts organizations. 

Jesse MacMillan

Title: Technical Director

Leslie O'Sullivan

Title: Arts Administrator / Rentals Assistant
Represents: Staff

Leslie has been involved with the Tett Centre as a volunteer since 2016 and has now joined the Tett Staff Team as our Arts Administrator/Rentals Assistant. Leslie is eager to interact with and support the needs of our rental clients and provides excellent administrative support for our busy main office.



Matt Withers

Title: Facility Assistant

We are excited to welcome Matt Withers to the Tett Staff Team!

Maya Meyerman

Title: Arts Administrator - Tourism and Programming

Maya has returned to Brock University for her 3rd year of studies and we wish her all the best! 

Board Members

Dave Kerr

Title: Chair
Represents: Community Member

Dave joined the Tett Board in 2013, was Treasurer from 2015-2018, currently serves as Board Chair and sits on the Governance and Finance Committees. He is a semi-retired geological engineer and father of a fabulous, precocious 12-year old daughter. Dave is driven by social justice issues, loves amateur metalworking and, apparently, political campaigns!

Sarah Cameron

Represents: The Kingston Handloom Weavers and Spinners

Cheri Dobbs

Title: Vice-Chair
Represents: Kingston Potters Guild


Cheri Dobbs joined the Board in 2015. Cheri  is currently a member of the Kingston Lapidary and Mineral club, the Kingston potters guild, and also is a painter.  She is keenly interested in ensuring  that creativity and the arts are available to everyone in our community and is working diligently to achieve that goal while serving on the Board of Directors.  Cheri is from Kingston and worked at Queen’s University before becoming a National Representative for the Canadian Union of Public Employees working in both Kingston and Hamilton.

Rosemary Doyle

Represents: Theatre Kingston



ROSEMARY is Artistic Producer of Theatre Kingston. She has performed at Shaw, Mirvish, The Thousand Islands  Playhouse, Kingston Summer Festival, Domino, Theatre 5, KST. Graduate of the American Musical & Dramatic Academy in NYC, she is the founding Artistic Director of the Red Sandcastle Theatre, the first independent storefront Theatre in Toronto’s East End. Her theatre inspired the “Storefront Movement,” which saw the creation of such  theatres as The Storefront Theatre, Coalmine, and The Attic. Rosemary is also a playwright, director, set, costume and lighting designer. Theatre Person describes her best. 


Tyler Flynn

Represents: Joe's M.I.L.L.

Anne-Sophie Grenier

Title: Operations Director
Represents: Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre

Anne-Sophie is the Operations Director of Modern Fuel Artist-Run Center. She holds a Master's of International Arts Management from Southern Methodist University and HEC Montreal. She also holds a B.A. in Communications Studies (Video Production) with a minor in Political Science from Concordia University. Before coming to Kingston, her career brought her across many different fields - communications for a non-profit operating in Canada and Uganda, documentary television, and the production of major music, arts, and sporting events. She is interested in the role that multi-arts centres and cooperatives play in fostering innovation and creative placemaking. As both a video maker and performer, Anne-Sophie believes in the power of storytelling, and hopes to build better opportunities for artists locally and globally.

Sunita Gupta

Title: Community Member

Barbara Hammond

Represents: Community

Barbara joined The Tett Board in 2017. She is a retired teacher of French with the Limestone & District School Board. Barbara has had a long-held passion for the arts and a desire to support children in every area of the Kingston community . She has contributed, in the realm of decor, to high-end events for The Limestone Learning Foundation, for many years. The most recent LLF event was held at The Isabel Bader Centre. Barbara's philosophy is in the words of the incomparable Steve Jobs: "Design is not just what it looks like & feels like...Design is how it works."

Linda Heisler

Represents: Kingston Lapidary and Mineral Club


Linda is retired with over 32 years of senior government experience. Currently Linda is a member of the Kingston Lapidary and Mineral Club where she co-teaches a beginners silver smithing class. Over the years she has taken a great number of arts based courses in the Kingston area. She participates in other volunteers initiatives.

The Tett Centre allows her to envision a true art community within the geographic area, to support, encourage and deliver programming at a high level.

Sam Kapoor

Title: Treasurer
Represents: Community

Jan LeClair

Represents: Community Member

Dawn Smith

Represents: Kingston School of Dance

Craig Walker

Title: Ex-Officio
Represents: Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts

Colin Wiginton

Colin Wiginton
Title: Ex-Officio
Represents: City of Kingston Cultural Services

Kirsi Hunnakko

Title: Executive Director
Represents: Kingston Arts Council