Maxim Antoshin is the President of MDL International – a company that designs and implements community investment strategies for corporations and governments.
Prior to starting his own business, Maxim served as the CEO of Ottawa Chamberfest and the Regina Symphony Orchestra. Also, he worked with the National Arts Centre, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. Mr. Antoshin oversaw the financial turnarounds of several organizations by increasing sponsorships and government support, founding award-winning educational programs, establishing business networks; and organizing high-profile events for politicians and dignitaries from all over the world.
Maxim holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the St. Petersburg State Conservatory (Russia), a Master’s Degree in Arts Management from the University of Salzburg Business School (Austria), and is an Arts Management Fellow at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC (USA).
When Maxim is not travelling for his corporate business, he teaches at the University of Regina, and supports arts organizations in Canada and abroad.