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Vice President, Communications & Marketing

Judy Lung is a Communications & Marketing executive with 20 years of experience creating PR, marketing, and social media campaigns for some of Canada’s leading arts & entertainment organizations. Known for developing innovative audience-building strategies and championing Canadian content and talent both at home and on the international stage, Judy has held roles in all areas of the industry and has worked in-house and agency-side with broadcasters, producers, distributors, and cultural institutions including Corus Entertainment, the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, TIFF, Shaftesbury, and Alliance Atlantis.

Judy Lung: Vice President, Communications & Marketing

Judy is a frequent speaker at industry events about current trends, best practices, and the evolving role of entertainment PR & marketing. Recent speaking engagements include presentations for the Toronto International Film Festival Industry Conference, Canadian Film Centre, Ryerson School of Journalism, and Women in Film & Television. 

Judy sits on the board of BIPOC TV & FILM, a not-for-profit organization committed to increasing representation of Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour in front of and behind the camera. In this capacity, she spearheaded HireBIPOC, an initiative created in partnership with Bell Media, Corus Entertainment, Rogers Sports & Media, and CBC, to change hiring practices and increase opportunities for BIPOC creatives and crew in the media industry. HireBIPOC launched in Fall 2020. 

Judy also sits on the board of UNSINKABLE, a not-for-profit organization founded by Olympian Silken Laumann that works to provide mental health education, resources, support, and community for all.

A classically trained musician, in her spare time Judy can be found at the piano playing Bach or Chopin, and sings with the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir.