After nearly three years in the role, Olivia Nuamah is no longer serving as the Executive Director of Pride Toronto, the organization has announced.
The news came through a social media post, alongside a note that says a proposed timeline for finding a replacement will be released soon.
“The timeline will include multiple opportunities and mechanisms for the Membership and the communities we serve to provide input and authentic engagement into what the skills, experience, priorities, and passion of the next Executive Director should be,” reads the post.
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Pride Toronto introduced Nuamah as Executive Director in 2017, following the resignation of Mathieu Chantelois.
The organization said Nuamah came into the role with “over 25 years of experience working with and engaging local communities on issues of racial and social justice including senior leadership experience in the public and non-profit sectors.”