Victoria Buchy, Executive Director
Originally from Sudbury, ON, Victoria completed her studies in Music Administration at Western University and started her career in sales, managing subscription and membership campaigns for various arts and cultural clients including the Royal Ontario Museum and Mirvish Productions. Victoria went on to production and special event management as Director of Operations for three Glenn Gould Prizes (Dr. Jose Antonio Abreu, 2009; Leonard Cohen, 2011; Robert Lepage, 2013) with The Glenn Gould Foundation. In 2015, she joined the Toronto Children’s Chorus as Executive Director and oversees all administrative operations for Canada’s premier treble choir. She has had the special privilege of touring with the Chorus’ Chamber Choir to Russia, the Baltics and Poland (2015); Boston and New York (2016) and most recently, to Spain for the 11th World Symposium on Choral Music (2017). Beyond the arts world and her continuing private studies in voice, Victoria is passionate about finding innovative ways to challenge perspectives on resource management, ownership and consumption. She is a founding member of the Toronto Tool Library and served on the organization’s Board of Directors for four years (Institute for a Resource-Based Economy). Her favourite zero-waste items are her Stojo collapsible coffee cup and Abeego reusable wrap. Contact Victoria.
Carol Stairs, Manager, Artistic Administration
Karin Anderson, Choir Manager
Eunillyne Lazado, Choir Coordinator
Bonnie O'Sullivan, Marketing Coordinator
Bonnie has a lifelong passion for the arts, education and new media. She graduated with distinction from Carleton University’s competitive Bachelor of Journalism Honours program and has published audio, visual and written stories with local and national media organizations, including the CBC and the Canadian Medical Association Journal. While in Ottawa, Bonnie enjoyed her writing and design work for the National Campus and Community Radio Association and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Bonnie graduated with great distinction from the University of Ottawa’s Bachelor of Education program, where she was honoured to be selected as one of 40 individuals for a specialized healthy active living cohort. She has experience teaching primary and junior grades, and currently tutors high school students.
From a young age, Bonnie has loved to dance and sing. She started ballet lessons at the age of three and later expanded to contemporary dance and hip-hop. When she wasn’t dancing, she could be heard singing in local choirs with her sisters or at her private voice lessons. By the age of 12, she was a soloist singing at community events and the national anthem at sports ceremonies.
As marketing coordinator, Bonnie is thrilled to be a part of the Toronto Children’s Chorus team, where she can express her passions for the arts and education through her communication and design efforts. Contact Bonnie.
Anica Chodri, Development Officer
Gloria Baldwin, Development Officer
Gloria Baldwin joined the Toronto Children’s Chorus in April 2017. She brings to the TCC a wealth of fundraising and marketing expertise honed across nearly 30 years of professional fundraising within the not-for-profit sector. During this time, Gloria has worked with both large and small charitable organizations across a broad spectrum of causes including the arts, education, health, and the social services sectors. She has held prominent development positions, including: Assistant VP of Special Events for the MS Society, Membership Manager for TVO, Director of Development for York University, Annual Giving Director for Toronto East General, Director of Development for North York Harvest Food Bank, and Fundraising Manager for JAZZ.FM91.
Across the span of her career, Gloria has successfully raised millions of dollars for a multitude of causes, programs, and events.
Gloria has taught Strategic Planning and Major Gift Fundraising at Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario and a Fundraising Elective courses at George Brown College, Toronto.
Gloria is a graduate of York University where she worked on her MBA and received her undergraduate honours degree in Psychology with additional studies in Film.
Born in New York City, and exposed to and involved in various cultural art forms from a young age, (and with 2 of her grandparents in Vaudeville), Gloria believes that her love of the arts is part of her DNA. Contact Gloria.