Suzanne Leonard is a 30-year professional with the Canadian media and broadcasting industry.
She is a videojournalist and storyteller – a weather, communications, outdoor and travel expert. Suzanne is best known as a popular spokesperson and trusted source for one of Canada’s top brands, The Weather Network. Known for her engaging presentation style covering a wide range of weather, science and news topics, Suzanne has a passion for learning and sharing with others.
She creates original content that explores dynamic activities, ideas, places and things – she’s the host/producer of the original video series “Get Outside With Suzanne Leonard” and the author of “Adventures in Gardening”. She has a passionate interest in other cultures and has traveled extensively across Canada and around the world.
Suzanne’s production career includes 10 years with TVOntario’s Gemini Award-winning current affairs and children’s programs and teaching television studio production at Sheridan College. She has volunteered her time to Easter Seals Ontario, the North American Indigenous Games, Princess Margaret Hospital and as a teacher of English as a second language for Canadian newcomers.
Suzanne holds a bachelor’s degree in Radio and Television Arts from Ryerson University.
Faouzi is a graduate of Mohammed V University with a BA in International Economic Relations. He also completed a Degree in Economics at York University as well as other related courses in Human Resources.
He has more than 20 years of experience in administration, human resources and international relations.
He is currently President of the Moroccan Association of Toronto, a member of the Executive at CHOQ-FM – French community radio, a member of the Network of MRE Experts in climate environment and climate change, and a member of the Executive with the French consultative committee of the Toronto Police Service. In addition, Faouzi is a former delegate of the Moroccan Congress of Canada (2011-2014).
Hugo von Levetzow
Freelance editor of films, documentaries and TV.
Hugo has been an editor since 1985.
His editing career started during the infancy of MuchMusic. As a drummer in a post-punk band, his group needed exposure on the burgeoning station. He produced two videos which received regular rotation and helped him launch a career that has been exciting and fun ever since.
Soon after Avid introduced its first NLE, Hugo was given the opportunity to learn and work at the same time using the revolutionary new editing platform.
In 1994, he started Triangle Post with a few partners. During his 25 years at Triangle, Hugo edited documentaries, commercials, corporate productions and hundreds of hours of programming for television.
Over the years, he broadened his skills as a Finishing Editor and as a Colourist using DaVinci Resolve and Baselight.
With extensive picture editing and finishing experience, clients appreciate his passion, versatility and patience.
When not enjoying editing work for fabulous clients, Hugo teaches SCUBA as a PADI Instructor and travels the world, on land and under the sea.
His latest projects include films about musical collaborations between diverse cultures and protecting life in our fragile oceans.