Executive Director: Judith Silverthorne
Judith is responsible for the general direction and resource management of the Guild. She also works closely with the Board and our core funders (Saskatchewan Lotteries, SaskCulture, and the Saskatchewan Arts Board).
Administrative Assistant: Samantha Workman
Samantha manages the office and answers general inquiries over the phone, mail, and E-mail. She also manages membership information and provides administrative support to the rest of the staff.
Accountant: Lois Salter
Lois manages all financial matters for the Guild and the SWG Foundation.
Accounting Clerk: Lauren Numrich
Lauren assists the Accountant with financial matters of the Guild.
Program Manager: Tracy Hamon
Tracy plans, organizes, delivers, and monitors the Guild's programs and services for adults. These include awards, workshops, mentorships, readings, the Manuscript Evaluation Service, the Fall Conference/AGM, rural programs, and the Poet Laureate program.
Program Assistant: Caelan Reilly
Caelan is responsible for managing the SWG Author Readings Program, ACCESS TV shows, Writers Groups, Youth Programming, and assisting with all other programs of the Guild.
Communications Liaison: Corey Wilkinson
Aboriginal Program Coordinator: Guest Coordinator
The Aboriginal Program Coordinator plans, organizes, delivers, and monitors the Guild's Aboriginal programs and services including Storytelling events, programs for youth, professional development workshops, writing retreats, and events from the Saskatoon office.
Saskatoon Program Coordinator: Wes Funk
The Saskatoon Program Coordinator plans, organizes, delivers, and monitors the Guild's programs and services in Saskatoon, including but not limited to workshops, readings, and the Fall Conference/AGM (on the years when it is held in Saskatoon).
Retreat Coordinator: Shelley Banks
The Retreat Coordinator provides administrative support to the Retreat Committee and handles all on-site matters.
Grain Editor: Guest Editors - Kathleen Winter
This position is in charge of all editorial matters for Grain, the Guild's award-winning literary journal.
Grain Business Administrator:
The Grain Business Administrator is in charge of all non-editorial matters for Grain, the Guild's award-winning literary journal.
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