Caitlin Bailey MLIS, curator/executive director
Caitlin has been involved with the Centre since its inception in 2014. A graduate of the McGill University Information Science masters degree programme, Caitlin holds an additional bachelors degree in Russian (Hons.) from the University of Calgary. She is passionate about history and culture, and their continuing roles in public life.
Ada Chan MLIS, collections manager
Ada holds a Master of Library and Information Studies degree from McGill University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University. For many years, she worked in the field of graphics communication as a designer and consultant. Ada is interested in the material culture and legacies as well as strategies to build information systems for the purpose of communicating, preserving and continuing knowledge of the Great War.
Lindsay Fraser-Noel, education co-ordinator
Lindsay joined the Centre in 2016 as a digitizing assistant to help with the Great War Portraits Online project. She is currently completing her Master’s degree in Information Studies at McGill University and holds a Bachelor’s degree in History (Hons.) from Concordia University. Lindsay is now the Centre’s education co-ordinator and is working to expand our workshop program with local high schools. She is interested in ensuring that students develop a better understanding of Canada’s history during the Great War.
L. Angot, translation
J. Segovina, translation, collections assistant
C. Seton, collections assistant
G. Steele, collections assistant