Isabella Federigi, Vice-President, Programming and Production, AMI-télé
Isabella joined the organization in the early stages of the creation of AMI-télé. Initially hired as Director of Programming, Isabella was instrumental in launching the world’s first French television channel that provides described video and closed captioning on 100% of its content making it accessible to all Canadians. Also, Isabella serves as AMI’s representative in Quebec.
With over 20 years’ experience in the broadcast industry, Isabella has a sincere passion for television and producing great content. She previously worked for Canwest Global and helped to launch its CH Montreal service in 2001.
Isabella is very active in the francophone community and also serves on various boards. In 2012, she was awarded the Medal of Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee for her involvement and work in the media to sensitize the population to conjugal violence against immigrant women.