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EDUCATION

2014 | Master of Arts | Photographic Preservation and Collections Management, Ryerson University

2011 | Bachelor of Arts | History and Theory of Art, minor in English, University of Ottawa

CONTINUING EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

2021 | CFRE Certificate (in progress)

2020 | Indigenous Canada | online learning through University of Alberta

2019 | Donor Relationships in Fundraising | Ontario Learn through Conestoga College

WORK EXPERIENCE

2021 – PRESENT | Administrative Assistant, Waterloo Architecture

2021 | Operations Consultant, Hamilton Artists Inc.

2018 – 2021 | Executive Director, Hamilton Artists Inc.

2012-2015 | Administrative Assistant, Access Centre, Ryerson University

2015 | Archivist, Modern Literature and Cultural Resource Centre, Ryerson University

2014 | Collections Intern, Ryerson Image Centre, Ryerson University

2013 | Collections Intern, Photography Department, Art Institute of Chicago

2010, 2012 | Heritage Assistant, Haldimand County Museum and Archives

2011-2012 | Co-Director, Gallery 115, University of Ottawa

2011 – 2012 | Director, Galerie 240

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

2021 – PRESENT | Fundraising Chair, Board of Directors, Forest City Gallery

2019 – 2021 | Button Factory Arts, Board of Directors, Waterloo, ON

2016 | Archival consultant, Royal Canadian Regiment Museum, London, ON

2012-2014 | Docent, Ryerson Image Centre, Toronto, ON

2009-2010 | Children’s Program Volunteer, Ottawa School of Art, Ottawa, ON

PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS

2021 | Published interview with Julia Huynh, curated. by the COVERT Collective (funded by Canada Council)

2020 | Presenter, Accessibility & the Arts, #a11yHAM, Accessibility Hamilton

2020 | Speaker, The Arty Crowd Runs Things: Building Cultural Legacies, Art Gallery of Hamilton

2019, 2020, 2021 | Judge, Living Rock’s Arts of August youth art competition, Hamilton, ON

2019 | Presenter, Cheers to the Years, Hamilton Artists Inc.

2019 | Presenter, Bread Factory Part 1, Art Gallery of Hamilton Film Festival

2015 | Presenter, Re-housing Vintage Children’s Books, Modern Literature and Culture Resource Centre

2014 | Thesis defense, “Who were the Hackney Flashers? The history and importance of a British feminist collective, 1974-1980”. Master’s thesis, Ryerson University

SPECIAL PROJECTS

2021 | Organizer, New Venue Capital Campaign, fundraiser for Forest City Gallery

2021 | Organizer, Mystery Mail, fundraiser for Hamilton Artists Inc.

2020 | Organizer, Faraway Flowers, fundraiser for Hamilton Artists Inc.

2020 | Organizer, Go-Fund-Me Donation Drive, fundraiser for Button Factory Arts.

2019 | Organizer, Quirky AF | art fair at Hamilton Artists Inc.

2019 | Organizer, Inc2, fundraiser at Hamilton Artists Inc.

2015 | Digitization Specialist, Curious Anarchy, exhibition at Ryerson Image Centre

2014 | Project Manager, 19th Century Photographic Housing, PPCM graduate project

2014 | “Who were the Hackney Flashers?”, Master’s thesis, Ryerson University

2012 | Curator, Brenda Warner Solo Exhibition, Galerie 240 2012 | Curator, Batman, Galerie 240

2011 | Curator, Darlene Watson, Galerie 240

2011 | Co-Curator, Vertigo, Gallery 115, University of Ottawa

AWARDS, ACHIEVEMENTS AND SELECTIONS

2022 | Selected Artist, Lumen Lite Festival, City of Waterloo (forthcoming)

2021 | Selected Artist, Waterloo Region Microgrant through Pat the Dog, MT Space and Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery

2020 | Selected Artist, Waterloo BIA Window Walkers; Halloween & Holiday Editions

2020 | Hamilton Arts Award nominee, Arts Management

2019 | Lacey Award, National Gallery of Canada, awarded to Hamilton Artists Inc.

2014 | Howard Tanenbaum Research Fellowship, Ryerson Image Centre

2014 | Graduate Research, “Who were the Hackney Flashers? The history and importance of a British feminist collective, 1974-1980”. Master’s thesis, Ryerson University 2014, accepted into the Tate Modern’s research library

2012 | Entrance Scholarship, Masters of Arts in Photographic Preservation and Collections Management, Ryerson University (renewed in 2013)

2007 | Entrance Scholarship, Bachelor of Arts in History and Theory of Art, University of Ottawa