Alex Glass
Executive Director | 519-880-3670 x 103 | Pronouns: she/her

Alex has been with ArtsBuild since January 2015 and is responsible for the development, advocacy, and overall programs, partnerships, and communications at ArtsBuild Ontario. At ABO, Alex has executed grants from the Department of Canadian Heritage, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Trillium Foundation, and Province of Ontario. She managed the development of the Accessibility Toolkit for Creative Spaces in Ontario and a corresponding six-part webinar series. She managed the expansion of SpaceFinder across Canada in 11 communities as well as developed and delivered The Learning Series – a collection of workshops, webinars and resources that support ABO’s core programs. Alex was previously the Program & Assistant Executive Director, Program Manager, and Marketing & Communications Coordinator at ABO. She brings experience from previous roles in the arts and nonprofit sector, including the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra, Talisker Players Chamber Music, and Canterbury Hills Conference Centre and Camp. Alex holds an honours degree in English and Cultural Studies from McMaster University and a graduate certificate in Public Relations from Mohawk College.

Amy Poole

Program Manager | 519-880-3670 x 102 | Pronouns: she/her

Amy Poole joined ABO in December 2019 and is responsible for developing, managing, and executing all ABO programs – including ABO’s core programs: the Creative Spaces Mentoring Network and Asset Planner for the Arts. She also manages partnerships, supports advocacy, and development.

Amy has program support and communications experience in the non-profit, arts, and heritage sectors, previously applying her skills to her work and volunteerism with the Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario, the Erland Lee (Museum) Home, and the Dundas Museum and Archives. Amy holds two honours degrees which include a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Labour Studies from Brock University, and a Master of Arts degree in History from the University of Guelph.

Tatiana Poluch

Program & Communications Coordinator | 519-880-3670 x 101 | Pronouns: she/her

Tatiana comes to ABO with a background in museum studies, historical researching and writing. She is responsible for supporting ABO program and project deliverables, managing all internal and external communications, and coordinating the 44 Gaukel Creative Workspace activities.
Tatiana is experienced in content curation, community engagement, and program development in the arts and culture sector. She is dedicated to promoting the arts and furthering the reach of diverse artists and their vision. She volunteers with several arts organizations such as the Guelph Arts Council and Remarque Art Consulting. Tatiana holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Guelph, with a History major and Art History minor, as well as a Master of Museum Studies degree from the University of Toronto.