Rumours of CEO job dismissedAlison Sealy-Smith (FP)
Fri, May 04, 2012 - 12:07 AM
Senior business development officer at the National Cultural Foundation (NCF), Alison Sealy-Smith, is being touted in cultural circles as the foundation’s next chief executive officer following the exit of Donna Hunte-Cox this week.
Sealy-Smith, who started working at the NCF last October, said she had also heard the rumour but dismissed it.
“Absolutely nobody has approached me. No one has said it to me officially or unofficially,” said the actress who has appeared in several movies and major theatrical productions in Canada in the last 20 years.
Sealy-Smith, who owns the local Diasporic Productions theatre company, is also a founding director of the Obsidian Theatre Company in Toronto.
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