Amber Moyle has worked as a senior manager in the not-for-profit arts and culture sector for the last 12 years believing in the strength of strategic community collaboration and creative resource sharing. Amber has raised over $15 million in sponsorship and event revenue through thoughtful asset development expansion and intentional partner education and training.
Over the last 7 years, Amber has been privileged to work for agencies whose mission focuses on uplifting and advocating for marginalized communities through arts and culture initiatives. These opportunities have awarded them with a wide range of experience including overseeing departments such as fund development, sponsorship, marketing and communication, arts programming, special events, volunteer management, community engagement, and partnerships.
Amber joins Polaris after working as the Director of Sponsorship & Strategy at Pride Toronto, where they led and implemented a series of special projects in this position, including the Pride Toronto Creative Studio & Residency Program, education and training program, and the transition to produce the first ever Virtual Festival in 2020 and hybrid Festival in 2021.
Amber is thrilled to have been selected as the new Executive Director of Polaris Music Prize 2021. The Polaris Music Prize is a not-for-profit organization that annually honours and rewards artists who produce Canadian music albums of distinction.