Nadine has earned a reputation as an experienced professional who accelerates strategic growth and brand visibility for clients. Through her coined “People Matter” concept, she has expanded market growth and increased revenues for various multinational enterprises by amplifying their messages to a wider audience.
Nadine has held a variety of senior positions throughout her career. Clients include Burberry, Mercedes-Benz, Merchandise Mart, Four Seasons Hotel and Resorts, The World Bank, The Law Society of Upper Canada, Jamaica National Building Society, and Holt Renfrew. Celebrity collaborations include Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, Colin Cowie, Art Smith (former chef to Oprah Winfrey), Chef Selwyn Richards, and Padma Lakshmi.
Recent projects include Canada’s first world class food event, the Delicious Food Show, and securing the Food Network as media sponsor in its first year. Nadine managed all aspects of the show’s production and strategic direction. The show was acquired by conglomerate Informa and is now the Toronto Wine & Food Show.
Nadine has redefined every leadership position she has held, while simultaneously playing a philanthropic role across various communities. She has founded and led multiple successful businesses, and served as CEO and president of both corporate and nonprofit boards. Charitable activities includes the Junior League of Toronto, YWCA Montreal, Scarborough Women’s Centre, Lifelong Leadership Institute, The Jane Finch PanAm Games Host Committee, and Accelerating Women Entrepreneurs.
Nadine holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from York University. She participates in discussions with the White House on issues regarding anti-discrimination, equity for women and girls of colour, and and other relevant topics to the upliftment of marginalized in society.