Staff

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Staff2019-03-14T16:23:38-04:00
Leanne Moussa
Leanne MoussaPresident / Managing Partner
Leanne is experienced in public relations, policy, communications and stakeholder management spans the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Leanne is passionate about urban development, and has mobilized community stakeholders to purchase and re-purpose two historic buildings in Ottawa, collectively worth nearly $5 million. In 2017, Leanne was named by Ottawa Life Magazine as one of the top 25 people in Ottawa.
Kyle Mortimer-Proulx
Kyle Mortimer-ProulxExecutive Chef
With just shy of two decades of experience in the Ottawa-Gatineau dining scene including roles as Executive Chef of Ottawa Magazine’s 2017 Best New Restaurant La Maison Conroy and vegan trailblazer ZenKitchen, Kyle brings a variety of experience and knowledge to his role at allsaints event space. A two-time Gold Medal Plates competitor and self-proclaimed locavore, Kyle has shaped the food and beverage vision at allsaints and Working Title: Kitchen + Café.
Jessica Ruano
Jessica RuanoVenue Manager
Over the past fifteen years, Jessica has managed performance venues, produced her own work, and developed a solid reputation as an organizer and a pro-active supporter of the local arts and culture community. She is perhaps best know for The Ghomeshi Effect, an award-winning documentary dance-theatre performance on sexual violence and the legal system. Jessica holds a Master of Arts in Theatre from the University of Ottawa.
Laila Lalani
Laila LalaniChief of Operations Development
Laila has spent the last three decades travelling the world and setting up operations for food and hospitality businesses wherever she goes, including more than five years in UAE with Starwood Hotels, 3 years in Ireland with the Marriott, and prior to that establishing the Ritz-Carlton in Boston. Laila holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Hotel and Food Administration from the University of Guelph.
Dipesh Parmar
Dipesh Parmar Head Baker, Sous Chef
Amanda Ruddy
Amanda RuddyAssociate
Amanda has a decade of experience managing large national events including at the National Arts Centre Foundation, the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group and in the Office of the Leader of the Opposition. She led the planning of one of the most successful Grey Cup Festivals in the CFL’s history.