HALIFAX, Feb. 4, 2019 /CNW/ - Eileen Richardson of DiaDan Holdings Ltd. recently announced a joint venture with partner, Royce Harris, to open a brand new recording studio in Nova Scotia. Eileen Richardson says the studio will be first and foremost a platform to showcase Christian artists and God's work.
Until recently, Richardson also owned and operated The Evergreen Stage in Los Angeles, California.
"Royce and I are in the beginning stages of this exciting project," says Richardson, who serves as the CEO of DiaDan Holdings Limited, a Nova Scotia based private company. "This week a new roof was installed and then the work on the interior will begin, starting with new floors in the three level building and strong insulation to withstand the cold Canadian winters. The next step is to hire the right company to help us with the studio's design."
Richardson and Harris are ordained ministers who are both passionate about music and ministry work. Richardson began her role as a missionary in 1996 during a trip to Asia with her church. She was eventually appointed Head of Missions, leading mission teams on trips to the region.
"Our work in Asia involved teaching in local bible Schools, providing medical clinics, relief efforts and orphanage work. It was fulfilling to me in so many ways. I could see first hand the positive impact it had on the people we served," Richardson further explains.
Richardson's service to the global community also includes working with several grass-roots organizations, including World Vision, where she's been involved for over 30 years.
Her partnership with a fellow missionary in Asia influenced Richardson to organize her own ministry, something she headed and enjoyed for nearly eight years.
"We traveled to Thailand and Cambodia, where I helped to advance orphanages and improve local programs. It was a meaningful experience and one I'll cherish for a very long time."
Spirituality has long been a large focus of Richardson's path in life. She attended and completed three bible schools, and was named Valedictorian by the third school. She has sat on both corporate boards and ministry boards for over 30 years.
As for her new project, the CEO of DiaDan Holdings says, "Getting together with Royce over an impending recording studio is such an exciting adventure for the both of us, and we can't wait to see what God will do with it."
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