Stephanie Goodwin is Out On Screen’s new Executive Director.
Stephanie is a seasoned non-profit leader, bringing more than ten years of leadership from Greenpeace, most recently as the B.C. Director and Senior Leadership Team member. She has lived in the Brazilian Amazon for Greenpeace and is best known as one of the architects of the Great Bear Rainforest Agreements, the largest rainforest protection package in North American history. Also a certified secondary school teacher, Stephanie holds two degrees with a Master’s on the way in Education Studies with a focus on Indigenous-settler relations in Canada.
But most importantly, Stephanie loves to play ice hockey, take photos, travel, and hike all over the place trying to keep up with Maple, her SPCA partner in crime.
Individual Giving Coordinator
Since completing the Arts & Entertainment Management program at Capilano University, Flora Ware has worked for Coastal Jazz & Blues Society, the Queer Arts Festival, musica intima, and the Vancouver Folk Festival to name a few. This triple-threat performing artist has been on stage since she was 9 years old, and has tried everything from musicals, dramas, vocal Jazz and Burlesque. On the weekends, Flora and her wife and very active toddler son hike Lynn Valley, roller blade the sea wall, or hit up the Trout Lake Farmer’s Market.
Director of Development
After completing his Master’s Degree in Theatre Studies at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Sam Snobelen picked up an Advanced Arts & Entertainment Management Certificate from Capilano University and promptly cut his fundraising teeth as the Sponsorship & Events Officer of Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival. Sam has always been passionate about disseminating art and engaging people in creative work. He is excited to be working with one of Vancouver’s premiere queer arts organizations in a capacity which allows him to see high caliber films and to support work with which he personally connects.
Bookkeeper & Festival Manager
Peter Quin-Conroy joined the Out On Screen office team in September, 2013 after having volunteered with us since 2011 and as Theatre Manager for the 2012 and 2013 festivals. Peter is also a board member with Earthsave Canada, a local environmental organization. He brings to Out On Screen a passion for the environment and geeking-out over spreadsheets and streamlining.
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Tenay trekked to UBC to receive her BFA in creative writing and decided Vancouver was her new home. She’s passionate about communications and sharing stories, and is thrilled to be using her skills working with an organization she believes in so wholeheartedly. In her spare time she dances, draws, shares wine and conversation with good company, and does her best to escape into immersive festivals such as Burning Man whenever she can.
Operations & HR Coordinator
Mateo is an experienced project and operations manager, who is passionate about media activism and mentoring youth. They currently live in Vancouver, unceded Coast Salish land. As a Nicaraguan-born filmmaker whose work has appeared on CBC Arts, Much Music, and festivals such as the Reelworld Film Festival, Mateo is committed to telling underrepresented stories from the margins. Their work is informed by their intersecting identities as an AFAB Non-Binary Trans Man, living with Multiple Sclerosis, and as a member of the Afro-Latinx, Indigenous, and Migrant/Refugee communities. In their spare time, they enjoy hiking in the forest, spontaneous road trips, and breaking bread with chosen family. Mateo also has a special place in their heart for children’s picture books.