We bring you in-depth, authentic and smart conversation on the major topics and issues in New Brunswick. We are an independent web-based television production. The Dennis Report gives our guests space to “finish their thought”, and to share their passion, vision and solutions for our little province. The result is a new form of media, call it “conversations that matter”. As an independent production, we need your support! We use the platform Patreon to gather donations and we appreciate any level of support.
In each one-hour conversation, The Dennis Report is nurtured and guided by my life’s experiences. Work in the past includes building and managing three large volunteer organizations, researcher and writer for a marketing firm, create my own consulting business, sales and marketing manager, and director of communications for a large union. Formal education includes a Masters Degree in how community is built and how people “play” (create) together. There was also a seven-year involvement with provincial politics in New Brunswick. I help organize and facilitate large and small-scale community “gatherings”, which bring together diverse groups of people in a consensus-building process. I was a stay-at-home Dad with twin sons, who are now 26.
But to offer a more insightful view, in each phase of a life’s journey is a deep awareness we are all connected. My own passion for wisdom, play and the soul have guided my life and shows up in the conversations with every guest. The art of listening. The craft of a good question. The gentleness to take risk. The dance of going deep while being light. These are all examples of life’s experiences in play in each interview.
Elizabeth has managed the Canadian Bottled Water Association for over twenty-five years, and the International Council of Bottled Water Associations for over twenty years. Her family roots are in Old Lyme, Connecticut, and she moved to Toronto after early work and life experiences in Atlanta, Georgia and briefly in California. In 2013 Elizabeth moved to Fredericton. She continues to manage to two Associations and lends her professional experience to the business side of The Dennis Report.
Genevieve Coates is a marketing & technology consultant who focuses on helping small and medium-sized business achieve their goals. After graduating with a double major bachelor degree in English and Theatre from Dalhousie University, Genevieve Coates started working in Customer Service focused roles across various industry. Now over 9 years later, she has worked in small businesses, start-up culture and for one of the largest global corporate enterprises, Salesforce. Her experience ranges from roles in Customer Service, Onboarding, Support Operations and Community Management. Regardless of role, Genevieve has always been known as an individual that gets work done by thinking outside of the box and using a variety of approaches to achieve the necessary goals.
I have been working as a film/video producer since 1974 and have received several film/video awards and honours,
I have the gear & experience to produce HD media for TV, docs, drama, instructional, corporate – broadcast, web, etc. 30+ years in the business. National TV credits (write, shoot, edit & produce). Several awards. Trained by the National Film Board of Canada. Recipient of the Lieutenant-Governor’s Award of Excellence for Cinema. I also produced two of the largest & most popular Canadian travel apps: Go Explore Canada (English) and CanadaOuest en français (French). I am also a fully trained and certified IT professional (MCSE, MCT, A+, iNet+, etc.) and was the creator and webmaster of the nationally acclaimed Canadian Antiques Roadshow website. I enjoy doing nonprofit work on a volunteer basis.