MAC Adds Music Connections with New Directors

The Mississauga Arts Council expanded their Board to accommodate 4 new Directors, adding distinctive talents to an already strong Board of Directors, led by President Brian Crombie. Grant Clark, Chair of the Nominating Committee introduced each newly elected Director and they are:

Demetrius Nath, a marketing and promotions professional working with music groups, helping them secure radio and video airplay and publicity. He is also the founder of Mississauga Music, a not-for-profit online platform, showcasing the best from Mississauga’s music community.

Marcelino DaCosta, also known as FrostFlow, a practitioner and advocate of Hip-Hop culture since 1998. Marcel is the founder of the world renowned GROUND ILLUSIONZ Hip-Hop Art Collective. He is also Program Coordinator for Unity Charity, a youth led Not-forProfit charitable organization dedicated to encouraging youth to “Express Your Stress, Develop Skills for Success” in program sites in Mississauga and Brampton.

Jeff Wesseling has been a professional musician and photographer for many years and owns a guitar pedal manufacturer that exports globally. His experience in publishing, marketing and website development makes Jeff a multi-faceted contributor to MAC.

Le Luong owns and operates a strategic planning and management consulting company and a relocation support services consultancy. Le brings additional experience in research, social media and database management to the MAC Board.

In a lively meeting, the overflow crowd was treated to dynamic presentations from Mississauga’s premier power couple; Mayor Bonnie Crombie and husband Brian Crombie, both made strong and different cases for the value and promise of investment in the arts in Mississauga.

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