Christina Clark

Production Coordinator

Christina is of European and Mi’kmaq ancestry and currently lives in Kettle & Stony Point First Nation.

For the past decade she has helped a range of businesses, from small start-ups to mid-sized corporations, achieve growth through financing and advisory services in her roles at BDC and RBC. She is passionate about offering her time to various non-profits that service the entrepreneurship and arts community. Since leaving the commercial finance sector, she has enjoyed serving as a Pow Wow Pitch mentor, and a strategic planning facilitator for the 50/50 Performing Arts Collective (TKMF) and the Latika:latuhue Media Center.

In August 2021 she co-founded Muse Production Company Inc with her partner Leigh George. Over the last year they have developed a body of work ranging from educational documentaries, a short horror film, several music videos, and a variety of corporate promotional reels.

Aside from their own creative productions, she has also been an Associate Producer for the CBC/APTN production of the 2023 Indspire Awards, the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival 2023, and has recently joined the Indigenous Fashion Arts Festival 2024 as a Production Coordinator.

Christina has Marketing Diploma from George Brown College and a Bachelor of Commerce from Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University) with a specialization in entrepreneurship and strategy.