With Daniel Alfredsson, Mental Health Awareness Week, 2010

Results

Long committed to being a catalyst for change, Isabel is a champion for more women in public life, and in particular, provides consistent encouragement, mentorship and support to young women.

From execution to outcome, Isabel brings an astute approach to public affairs. She delivers the same steadfast commitment for all her advocacy campaigns, government relations strategies and volunteer work.

Recognition

“I think that Isabel Metcalfe is a volunteer par excellence. She was involved in every movement to promote a woman to run…Whenever there was such a movement, Isabel was not very far from it.”

Right Honourable Jean Chrétien

“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. Not only that, they are scheduled in a way that really allows me to use my time efficiently.“

“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. Not only that, they are scheduled in a way that really allows me to use my time efficiently.“

Arden R. Ryshpan, Executive Director, Canadian Actors’ Equity Association

“Working for the first Aboriginal broadcaster in the world, Isabel Metcalfe has been diligent in providing us with timely advice and setting up key meetings that ensures we are well positioned in Ottawa. Whether it is seeking business opportunities, keeping us current with the Government, or advocating on issues of interest to Aboriginal producers and the network, she keeps APTN timely, focused and in the mind of key decision makers.”

Jean LaRose, Chief Executive Officer, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network

  • Dairy Processors Association of Canada
  • Experiences Canada
  • News Media Canada
  • Canadian Federation of Musicians
  • IATSE
  • Aboriginal Peoples Television Network
  • Canadian Actors' Equity Association
  • Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance
  • Canadian Ethnocultural Council
  • Canadian Solar Industries Association
  • The Directors Guild of Canada
  • The Writers Guild of Canada