Lorna Dueck has explored the intersection of journalism and Christianity for over 30 years and it has given her a fascinating journey into media management. In 2016, Lorna was appointed CEO of Crossroads Christian Communications Inc., a leader in faith and values media and home to Canada’s longest running daily talk show 100 Huntley Street. Crossroads also manages a 24/7 prayer call centre, is a faith-based humanitarian relief and development organization and is a distributor of faith content through Tricord Media. In addition, Lorna serves in the role of CEO to the YES TV network, a commercial television station committed to positive, family-friendly entertainment programming.
For eleven years prior, Lorna was CEO at Media Voice Generation, (MVG) a community held Canadian charity that created the award winning TV program Context with Lorna Dueck, which featured news analysis from a Christian perspective. Lorna is also a commentary writer on faith and public life in Canada’s leading national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, and a frequent
media commentator. She has travelled the world reporting on church-led response to humanitarian crises, creating media campaigns around that reporting.
Lorna began her media career in radio with Golden West Broadcasting in Manitoba, Christian TV work in 1994 as the co-host at 100 Huntley Street, and has published hundreds of articles in various outlets. Lorna completed a Bachelor of Religious Education at Tyndale University College in Toronto, and earned a Master of Arts in Evangelism and Leadership from Wheaton College. She has received honorary doctorate degrees from Trinity, Tyndale and Briercrest Universities. Lorna has been honored with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for contributions to Canadian society.
Lorna and her husband, Vern, of over three decades live in Burlington, Ontario. and delight in the adventures of their grown son and daughter.