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My Story

Gina Brown, BPR

My theory: No matter where Nova Scotians live or travel, we’re genetically coded to come home.  Like many, I left after university, dreaming of career adventures. I sought out new cities, experiences and industries in the for-profit, non-profit and charity sectors. I also criss-crossed the globe visiting 30+ countries.

I’ve held senior roles in health & wellness events, film, music, advertising, museums and education – in Montreal, Birmingham (England), Ottawa, Toronto and Halifax.

True Story: After 15 years of living away and missing N.S., I was driving Highway 401 in TO when I saw a double rainbow to the East. I figured it was a sign. I came full circle: back home to be closer to my family, friends and the ocean. And I’m as happy as a clam at high tide.


There’s a long-standing tradition in Nova Scotia: when people are in need, you help out. It could be your family, friends and strangers. It’s just our way.

I believe it’s important to give back to my community, whether it’s donating, time, money or expertise. Here’s where I am helping:

Red Cross
Whether it’s a natural disaster, or a large-scale emergency, Red Cross will be there to help.

Role: Member, Emergency Response Team since 2007.

Ross Creek Centre for the Arts

Based in Canning, Nova Scotia, Ross Creek brings together the best in arts education and professional artist programs, including the award-winning Two Planks and a Passion theatre company.

Role: Marketing counsel for the 25th anniversary.