Christine LeBlanc, Founder
Christine started Dossier Communications in 2005, after a decade in publishing and communications. She holds a degree in journalism and law with high honours from Carleton University, and a professional certification in marketing from the Sprott School of Business.
Christine is past-chair of the Editors’ Association of Canada’s National Capital Region branch and was co-chair of the 2012 National Conference, which broke attendance records and won her the President's Award.
She also acts as a mentor for Amnesty Canada's fundraising committee on the Taste for Justice campaign and won an award for volunteering with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. Christine teaches seminars on Starting a Freelance Career and Social Media 101, and is available for both individual coaching and other speaking engagements.
She is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators and works with a network of other publishing and communications professionals to help organizations achieve their goals.
Nigel Reid, Partner
An experienced sports and sports business writer with a Master of Arts in Creative Writing from the University of Leeds, Nigel has worked in the sports media environment for more than 20 years.
Specializing in soccer (football) and the world of International Bloodstock, Nigel emigrated from the UK in 2009 and holds Canadian citizenship. He is based in Vancouver, from where he will help produce FIFA's Marketing Highlights publications for the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015.
In addition to our regular team, Dossier Communications can supplement a project’s resources as required through the following networks.
• Editors’ Association of Canada
• eWomen Network
• International Association of Business Communicators
• Professional Writers’ Association of Canada
• Women’s Network of Ottawa