Celebrated as one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women, Charlie Wall-Andrews (MBA, MA, BA, CCIP) is a Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholar, creative industries leader, and faculty sessional at Toronto Metropolitan University. In her role at SOCAN Foundation, she established many programs, such as the Creative Entrepreneur Incubator and Equity X Production Development Program, which prepare artists to turn their passion and talent into sustainable careers. She is a Management Ph.D. (ABD) candidate at Ted Rogers School of Management, where she specializes in strategy, innovation, and entrepreneurship and conducts her dissertation research with the Diversity Institute. She is on the Canada Council for the Arts Board of Directors and the inaugural Vice-Chair of Music Canada’s Advisory Council. In 2019, she was appointed a global Legacy Fellow for the Ariane de Rothschild Fellowship and is an associate composer at the Canadian Music Centre.