Marguerite Pigott is responsible for CMPA's national digital strategy, Prime Time conference and new initiatives focused on increasing business capacity for Canadian producers. Previously, she was Super Channel's Head of Creative Development. She handled the pre-licensing of original Canadian series, feature films and documentaries, and directed a team of development executives to invest Super Channel's Development Fund. Marguerite also served as Vice President of Development and Production for Odeon Films, an Alliance Atlantis Company, for whom she Executive Produced Saint Ralph, Fubar, waydowntown and many others. For the Toronto International Film Festival, Marguerite programmed the Canadian feature film selection for the 2006 and 2007 festivals. Marguerite was also Principal of Megalomedia Inc., a consulting company focused on project development and marketability. Through Megalomedia she was Executive Story Consultant for the TV series Played (Bell Media) and Bomb Girls (Shaw, Reelz) and story edited the feature films One Week, Still Mine, My Awkward Sexual Adventure and many more. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Ontario Media Development Corporation and is Chair of the Governance Committee.