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Isabel Metcalfe is a skilled advocate and business woman, with a distinguished record of community involvement.
Well connected and known, she draws on experience at the national, provincial and municipal levels. Organizations look to her to achieve lasting results—effectively and efficiently.
Your organization can implement a successful government relations strategy built upon her lifetime of public affairs knowledge, extensive community work and energetic hustle.
Agile and Lean: Isabel can quickly respond to both your current needs and unfolding issues, while bringing clients great value for their investment.
Passionate: Isabel’s passion for good public policy and extensive expertise makes her eager to help others get results.
Experienced: From the Prime Minister’s Office to City Hall, Isabel’s experience in Ottawa spans over 40 years. Well connected, she knows where to focus efforts and how to get things done.
“Polished and professional, Isabel Metcalfe took IATSE to the level we needed to be at, as the largest entertainment industry union in North America. She was effective and efficient in her approach to our issues. Her efforts got important results for IATSE on things that matter to our members and the Canadian economy.”John Lewis, International Vice President, Department Director, Canadian Affairs, IATSE.
“Isabel is always able to arrange for us to meet with the right people at the right time with the right message so that our concerns are heard.”Arden R. Ryshpan, Executive Director, Canadian Actors’ Equity Association