Jung-Suk (JS) Ryu is my #TellingItLikeItIs guest Wednesday May.27, 9.30am MST. He is the CEO of Indefinite Arts Centre, Canada’s oldest and largest disability arts organization. Named one of Calgary’s Top 40 Under 40 by Avenue Magazine in 2019, JS has transformed the Centre, increasing its revenues by 60% to over $1.6M in less than three years and providing more exciting platforms for artists with disabilities to create and present their work locally and around the world. Previous roles include: Senior Consultant, Alberta Medical Association; Principal Speechwriter to the Ambassador of Japan; and Director, External Relations for the Banff Centre.
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