Shadow Cabinet - Arts, Culture and Heritage
Alison Lam (she/her) has been heavily involved in arts, culture, and heritage. She has worked in executive roles for charitable organizations including Orchestra Toronto, Neilson Park Creative Centre, and Driftwood Theatre Group. These roles have provided her with knowledge on government policies related to the promotion of and support for the arts in Canada. She is also a published writer, artist and photographer, giving her practical experience in the industry. She is pursuing her Master’s of Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto and currently serves as CEO of the Richmond Hill Green Party Federal EDA.