Rosalind H. Wolfe
Rosalind H. Wolfe, BA 75, is the Senior Officer, Communication and Advocacy, at the Canadian Consulate General in Los Angeles, where she's enjoyed a long and successful career promoting Canadian film and culture.
Rosalind, a Montreal native, earned a BA from Concordia (after starting at Sir George Williams University) in 1975 and an MA from Carleton University in Ottawa in 1976. After stints teaching at Pepperdine University and at the Chief Legislative Analyst's Office in Los Angeles, in 1981 she was recruited as Public Affairs Officer at the Canadian Consulate General.
By 2008, she had advanced to her current position, which includes responsibilities to develop and implement all the communications strategies and media relations for the Consulate in Los Angeles and the satellite offices in San Diego and Phoenix, as well as the territories of New Mexico and Nevada.
Among her many duties, Rosalind is responsible for organizing major events to celebrate Canadian nominees for the annual Academy and Emmy Awards. In 2004, she received the Deputy Minister's Award, which acknowledged her broad range of important contacts in the entertainment industry and her extensive work with the media.