Amanda Hancox, Executive Director, Dancer Transition Resource Centre. Amanda Hancox is a graduate of the Arts Educational School in England. She began her dance career as a member of Les Feux Follets touring Canada, the United States, Europe and the Middle East. Amanda has worked extensively as a dancer and an actress in theatre, film and television and radio. Selected credits include the role of Belinda in Johnny Belinda for the Charlottetown Festival and Norman Campbell’s CBC production, Amanda in Private Lives opposite John Neville, Diary of a Scoundrel opposite Tony Randall, and Hannah in The Night of the Iguana and Olivia in Twelfth Night for the Neptune Theatre. She is a member of both ACTRA and the Canadian Actors’ Equity Association. Amanda joined the DTRC in 2002 as Director of Administration, a position she held until her appointment as Executive Director in January 2006.