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Boomer Stacey

Executive Director

416.595.6455 x1516

boomers [at] pact.ca

As Executive Director, Boomer is responsible for the direction of PACT and works closely with the Board of Directors  and membership to plan and implement the organization’s strategic direction, mission and vision.

Get in touch with Boomer to talk about:

  • PACT’s strategic direction, mission and vision
  • Organizational partnership and collaborations

Boomer transitioned to the role of PACT’s Executive Director in 2019 after having served the organization since 2010 in a variety of positions. Aside from work in international partnerships and collaboration, organizational leadership, event production, learning and networking, and festival curation, Boomer also has a wide range of experience in international performing arts for young audiences. Prior work includes the Artistic Directorship of the renowned Milk International Children’s Festival of the Arts at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. Boomer holds a BFA, visual arts, specializing in photography. He splits living locations between the ‘burbs just outside Toronto, cabin in the woods by the lake in Northern Ontario, and on the road attending many national and international theatre events and festivities.

Eleanor Antoncic

Labour Relations Manager

416.595.6455 x1514

eleanor [at] pact.ca

As Labour Relations Manager, Eleanor is responsible for the negotiation and interpretation of PACT’s collective agreements. Primary focus is given to the management of effective collective bargaining and implementation of the four collective agreements with CAEA, ADC, PGC and APASQ in close collaboration with the PACT Board and Committees.

Get in touch with Eleanor to talk about:

  • The agreements with CAEA, ADC, PGC or APASQ
  • Questions about working under the CTA or with the agreements with ADC, PGC or APASQ
  • Health and Safety policies in Ontario
  • The Bond Program

Eleanor graduated from the Production Program at the National Theatre School of Canada in 2008. After graduation, Eleanor started as the Assistant Production Manager at the Great Canadian Theatre Company in Ottawa, where she stayed until 2011. Upon relocating to Toronto, Eleanor had a brief tenure at Tarragon Theatre as Interim Production Manager and, after a year on maternity leave, Eleanor returned to the Tarragon Theatre as the full-time Production Manager in December 2012. Eleanor was in that role until joining the PACT team in 2018.

Graham Mailhot

Business Manager 

416.595.6455 x1512

grahamm [at] pact.ca

As a Finance professional working as the Business Manager Graham is responsible for ensuring the effective, timely, efficient and cost-effective administration of PACT’s financial and administrative functions in support of PACT’s strategic and operational goals. Graham is responsible for the development and management of statistics and budgets, grant applications and maintenance of all funding files.

Get in touch to talk with Graham about:

  • Financial records, statistics and reports
  • Payment processing and financial record keeping
  • Employee benefits
  • Day to day cash management

Graham is a Finance enthusiast who has his Masters in Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology from The University Waterloo and his Honours Bachelor of Science. He joined PACT as the Business Manager in 2021. Prior to that, he was the Finance Manager for the Ontario Native Woman’s Association and Director of Finance for Community Services for Independence Northwest.

Mirette A. Shoeir

Membership & Communications Manager

416.595.6455 x1515

mirettes [at] pact.ca

As Membership & Communications Manager, Mirette is responsible for producing and disseminating internal and external communications, responding to membership inquiries, and identifying and developing new member services.

Get in touch with Mirette to talk about:

  • Joining PACT or renewing your membership
  • Our Colleague Network
  • New services for Members
  • The Theatre Listing
  • World Theatre Day & World Day of Theatre for Children and Young People
  • The Mallory Gilbert Leadership Award
  • The Travel Subsidy Fund
  • All In Program
  • Our government relations and advocacy work

Mirette is a performing arts enthusiast who put together her Masters of Theatre and Performance Studies from York University, and her Bachelor of Business Administration to become an arts administrator. During her masters she interned at Obsidian Theatre and upon graduation took on the role of  TD Emerging Producer at the Toronto Fringe Festival. Following that she joined Volcano and Peggy Baker Dance Projects as the Manager of Communications and Development.

Zachary Moull

Learning, Networking, & Conference Manager

416.595.6455 x1513

zacharym [at] pact.ca

As Learning, Networking, & Conference Manager, Zachary is responsible for PACT’s professional development programs, focusing on skills training, leadership development, connections between theatre staff members across the country, and the sharing of good practices and new ideas.

Get in touch with Zachary to talk about:

  • Our PACT Learning programs
  • Our Region & Caucus networks
  • Programming for our annual conference
  • The Red Phone Initiative
  • Our email newsletter

Zachary is a dramaturg, director, and arts administrator who first joined the PACT team in 2017. Prior to that, he was Artistic Associate at Theatre Calgary, working in audience engagement, season programming, and new play development. His other past positions include Resident Dramaturg at Dancers’ Studio West in Calgary and Dramaturgy Fellow at American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. He holds an M.A. from the University of Chicago and a B.A. from the University of King’s College in Halifax.

Kamana Ntibarikure

Communications Assistant

416.595.6455 x1517

communicationsassistant [at] pact.ca

As Communications Assistant, Kamana is responsible for managing and responding to member questions on a day-to-day basis.

Get in touch with Kamana to talk about:

  • Artsboard postings
  • Special Employment Bulletins
  • Updating staff contact information
  • Creating member accounts on the website
  • Updating your communications preferences

Kamana is a multidisciplinary artist who primarily works as an actor and a director and most recently as a content creator. She has portrayed the lead role of Sister Mary Clarence in the famous Sister Act musical, headlining the Just for Laughs Festival. Her recent directing credits include Rendez-Vous with Home (Black Theatre Workshop) for which she was nominated for a META (Montreal English Theatre Awards) in the Outstanding Direction category. She’s forever grateful to the Universe for all the opportunities that have allowed her to explore her obsession with human connection.

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