VACANT, Executive Director
Robin Spittal, Communications & Development Officer
Robin is a graduate of Dalhousie University with a double major in English and Creative Writing. She was awarded the University Medal in Creative Writing, and was the recipient of the James DeMille Prize for short fiction. In addition to her university degree, she holds a diploma in Applied Communication from Camosun College in Victoria, BC. Her professional experience has been concentrated in marketing and communications, most recently as marketing and communications assistant at the Atlantic Film Festival. She has worked as a marketing assistant at Dalhousie Career Services Centre, and at Debut Atlantic as communications coordinator. She is a graphic designer and amateur illustrator. When asked where she’s from, the response is, "Canada." The daughter of a Canadian Forces soldier, she spent her childhood in a half-dozen places across the country, most recently in Victoria, BC. Halifax has been her home for the past five years.
Linda Hudson, Arts Education Officer
Linda earned an Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English Literature from Mount Saint Vincent University, a Masters of Arts from Acadia University, and a Masters in Library and Information Studies. She has been employed at several institutions, providing her woth diverse experience that helps guide her work for the WFNS. She has been a graduate Research Assistant at Acadia, completed her MLIS practicum at the Halifax Public Library, and was an intern at the Dalhousie Centre for Learning and Teaching. Linda has also assisted in the coordination of a number of events over the years (such as the annual CLT conference), provided literacy training, and currently also works for the Halifax Regional School Board in the Excel program.