About Me

I discovered my passion for public history while working at The Henry Ford - Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan.  I started as an historic presenter, and then moved into the creative programs department, working on the planning and implementation of special events.  While working at the museum I attended Eastern Michigan University, completing an undergraduate degree in History and Historic Preservation.  After graduating with honours, I had two invaluable internships in program planning at the Henry Ford Estate and the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.  While completing my masters degree in Public History at Western University, I worked as a curatorial research assistant at Fanshawe Pioneer Village in London, Ontario.  Since completing my graduate degree, I have been working in non-for-profit fundraising. I have supported the development teams at Ivey Business School and United Way London & Middlesex.  Currently, I work as the Fundraising & Engagement Coordinator at Habitat for Humanity Heartland Ontario.