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Q Team


donalee Moulton, Principal

donalee Moulton got bitten by the entrepreneurial bug in 1994 and left her job as a director of communications in the public sector to start Quantum. It was a great job, she remembers. But she's never looked back.


In the course of a busy career, she has worked in the private sector, for all three levels of government, and for non-profit organizations.  At Quantum, she provides clients across Canada and beyond with a wide range of services including writing and editorial, media relations, government relations, crisis communications, and communications planning. 


In addition, donalee is a professional journalist, with her byline in more than 100 magazines and newspapers throughout Canada and the US. This means at least a hundred conversations including, "Yes, it's a lower case d." Among the publications where her work has appeared: The Globe and Mail, The Lawyers Weekly, The National, The National Post, Investment Executive, Medical Post, Equinox, Maclean’s, and Canadian Living.


donalee has taught communications courses at Dalhousie, Saint Mary’s, and Mount Saint Vincent universities and has led professional development workshops and courses for Health Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada, and many more. She is a woman of excellence — and can prove it. The Canadian Progress Club, Halifax-Cornwallis branch, honoured her with a Women of Excellence award.


In her off hours, donalee retreats to her home — a home she shares with husband Allan and three cats.

Rand Gaynor

Rand Gaynor has been in the graphic design profession for over 30 years. He was a partner in a successful graphic design firm for over 20 of those years. His clients have included a wide range of community, environment, natural resources and non-profit organizations, as well as all three levels of government. He has consulted with clients to design a wide array of communications materials for both online and print applications.


Rand worked for one year with the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development in Yellowknife as a Marketing Communications Director. In this role, he was responsible for creat­ing a variety of communications materials for both online and print. One of his major accom­plishments was creating Youth Buzz, an online learning resource for students and teachers to inform and inspire them about the Northwest Territories.


His career has also included over four years as a Creative Director for Outcrop Communications in Yellowknife and over two years as an International Programs Manager for Shambhala Interna­tional. In addition to his graphic design and marketing communications experience, Rand is also the owner of a successful retail business in Halifax.


Rand always demonstrates his ability to work with colleagues and clients, both independently and as part of a team, to assess needs, provide creative and technical input, and facilitate all aspects of production to ensure a successful conclusion. Day-to-day work has always involved managing several projects simultaneously, each in different phases of development.


Rand has been the recipient of numerous national and international awards.

Cheryl Enman

Cheryl Enman has a business degree from Saint Mary’s University and 20 years’ experience working in communications/public relations. Cheryl has developed and managed numerous successful communications plans, and their component materials, for raising awareness of issues impacting individuals and the community as a whole.


Cheryl has significant experience working with designers, photographers, website developers and printers, and, generally, managing the overall production process for communications and marketing materials.


Cheryl's experience includes managing online and offline media campaigns from setting goals, identifying target audiences, choosing the most appropriate tools to reach audiences, facilitating production of artwork, to implementing and evaluating campaigns ― all on time and on budget.


Cheryl has managed the development of a number of websites/intranets and maintains client websites to ensure they are always up to date and relevant.


Cheryl also has worked on the preparation, deployment, monitoring of a number of online and print surveys, and can provide assessment of the results following closure of the survey.