Rindy Bradshaw, Co-Director Teaching Awareness through Puppetry
Hi, I’m Rindy, the Co-Director of Teaching Awareness through Puppetry (TAP). I began my career in advertising, working as an Account Director at Ogilvy & Mather in Toronto and London England. I have been working in the community for 18 years. I have chaired the School Council at John Fisher Public School, ran the JNAC community at Lawrence Park Church and contributed to a number of community initiatives before joining Teaching Awareness through Puppetry in 2012. I have a passion for communication and community development. At TAP we are always looking for new volunteers and funding ideas. If you would like to volunteer or donate to the program, email me Rindy@tap-toronto.com. I look forward to hearing from you.
Kirsten Sixt, Co-Director Teaching Awareness through Puppetry
HI! I’m Kirsten and I’m an Occupational Therapist who has have been involved with
Teaching Awareness through Puppetry (TAP) for over 20 years; first as a puppeteer and since 2007 as Co-Director. I have been involved in program development, strategic program change, marketing, health promotion, education and research, puppeteer training and disability awareness. Prior to this, I worked at Women’s College Hospital running outpatient orthopaedic clinics. I have a passion for live theatre and education which is why working for TAP, fulfills both areas of interest. Feel free to reach to me through email, if you would like to know more about our workshops! Kirsten@tap-toronto.com