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THUNDER BAY, ON   ---    February 23, 2012  ---  The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is pleased to welcome our new Development Manager, Kelly RooneyKelly Rooney. Ms. Rooney is responsible for all aspects of fundraising for the TBSO including corporate sponsorships, individual giving and foundations.

Ms. Rooney was born and raised in Thunder Bay and lived here until she finished college, graduating from Confederation College’s Arts Administration program. After graduation, Ms. Rooney spent the last 20 year’s travelling the world, working and volunteering with a variety of organizations. “I’m happy to be back in my hometown, surrounded by family, and working in the arts again”, says Ms. Rooney.

Ms. Rooney worked in marketing positions with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, The National Ballet, and Feld Ballets New York, and worked in combined marketing and fundraising positions at the Humane Society and Habitat for Humanity in Winnipeg, before departing for Botswana in southern Africa. In Africa, Ms. Rooney did the marketing and fundraising for a women’s economic empowerment project through an environmental group, and was the Executive Director for the Cancer Association of Botswana for 3 years. She recently completed a year of fundraising for orphans and vulnerable children to be able to attend a world-class international school, Maru-a-Pula School.

“The TBSO is a well-established organization that recently celebrated its 50th Anniversary. There is a buzz in the air with the new musical direction and general management, I am excited by the opportunities for growth for the TBSO” says Ms. Rooney.

Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is the only professional symphony orchestra in Northwestern Ontario. For over 50 seasons, the TBSO continues to entertain and enrich the lives of Northwestern Ontario residents with thrilling concerts, outreach performances, regional touring, educational programs and concerts, and recordings of both classical and popular music. Explore www.tbso.ca to learn more!


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