Craig Logue, Principal
Craig has worked in the not-for-profit arts and culture sector for over 20 years as both an artist and administrator, giving him a unique vantage point as a consultant. His passion for the performing arts has led to roles as a director, producer, photographer, event coordinator and marketer for a variety of not-for-profit and for-profit businesses, including Maple Leaf Gardens and the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. Leadership roles with other arts organizations and festivals have given him a good understanding of a variety of sectors.
As a consultant, Craig thoroughly enjoys working with smaller organizations to assist them in developing and implementing their own best practices. Understanding that time and money are tight in the charitable sector, he often draws on his experience as the founder and former Executive Director of several small charitable and community organizations to assist clients.
Craig thoroughly believes that healthy communities are those where culture is a valued element and takes great pride in community arts and engagement initiatives. A driven facilitator who possesses artistic flare and an eye for detail, Craig is a graduate of Durham College's Sports & Entertainment Management program and is known for building consensus by identifying mutual benefits and developing strategies and solutions that speak to the core services of an organization.