Seaway Coworking is on a mission to empower today’s innovative businesses and individuals with the space and resources they need to thrive. Our alternative to the traditional office provides a low-cost workspace solution without missing out on the added support of office administrators, mail services, conference rooms, and more. And because our model provides so much flexibility, our members range from business accelerator programs to self-employed entrepreneurs to students in need of a better study space in downtown Kingston, Ontario.
Building people, building people.
Vice-President of Coworking Operations
After getting his BFA from Queen’s University where he focused on painting, printmaking, and sculpture, James developed a knack for customer forward service as a barista and entered the world of real estate management in 2015 with Varsity Properties. As VP of Co-working Operations, James leads Seaway’s operations, procedures, and profitability. He believes collaboration, community, conversation, and coffee are essential tenets to a positive and productive workplace. Outside of our co-working spaces, James is almost always dabbling between three passions: cooking, making great coffee, and back-country camping. He recommends all three combined.
Community Manager at Seaway Coworking
During her time at Queen’s University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts with Honours, Brittany developed a passion for hospitality through her work at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge and the Hub Group in Kingston. After graduating in 2017, Brittany began her career as the Event Sales Coordinator for Kingston Destination, planning over 150 events in a season from Corporate Parties to Weddings. Now, as the Community Manager at Seaway, Brittany assists with building management, sales, and most importantly member services. Outside of co-working, Brittany loves to travel; some of her favourite places are India, Ghana, and Kenya. She also enjoys going to dinner with friends and is obsessed with everything Marvel!