17
September
2010
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05:39 PM
America/New_York

Congratulations Amos Key

Amos Key, a member of Mohawk's Board of Governors and 1997 Mohawk Alumni of Distinction award recipient, has been appointed as a Board Member to the Ontario Trillium Foundation. An agency of the Government of Ontario, the Ontario Trillium Foundation has an annual budget of $120 million and is a leading grant maker in Canada, making more than 1,500 grants annually to support community-based groups in the arts and culture, sports and recreation, environment, and human and social services sectors.


Amos is the former executive director of Woodland Cultural Centre in Brantford. An artist and arts manager, he works with urban Aboriginal youth from Kitchener-Waterloo to Fort Erie and on the preservation of Aboriginal languages. Amos is passionate about developing community spirit and improving the quality of life for First Peoples and all Ontarians.