Michelle Sim

Michelle SimMichelle Sim has a natural ability to spot exceptional talent and the determination to bring that talent into the spotlight.

By profession an ordained minister, her heart for artists in the entertainment field has led her to many unusual projects. Michelle has written, directed and produced two plays utilizing the skills of unknown artists who have gone on to greater things. Michelle was the Executive Producer on Deborah Klassen’s Legacy of Hope, winner of the 2000 Juno award for Best Gospel Album in Canada, is currently working on a television pilot for R&B artist Danny Brooks, and is the Production Manager for Blood & Fire, a brilliantly written audio drama depicting the first 70 years of the history of The Salvation Army.

Michelle is a tireless and creative fundraiser for The Salvation Army and other smaller organizations that help the less fortunate. She is also on the Board of Directors for Community Living Oakville, an organization that supports the mentally challenged. Michelle is the founder of Northern Praise Ministries, Inc., an organization that supports people in the arts, through encouragement, education and opportunities to showcase.

Michelle lives in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, a picturesque town just west of Toronto, with her husband Ian. She has two grown sons.