Introducing the AAO’s New Archeion Assistant!*

25 Jan 2016 8:37 PM | Danielle Robichaud

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to Emily Chicorli, who assumed the role of Archeion Assistant for the Archives Association of Ontario (AAO) on January 4th. She will support the AAO’s Archeion Coordinator, Amanda Hill, in the ongoing development of Archeion as a core resource for archivists and end-users in Ontario, Canada and globally, by completing a number of deliverables for the Association.

Emily is a graduate of the Master of Archival Studies program from the University of British Columbia (UBC) as of September 2015. She has worked at the Yukon Archives, UBC Library’s Digitization Centre, York University’s Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections, and Markham Museum. Many of those positions involved working with the Access to Memory (AtoM) database and Archivematica. She also worked as a Research Assistant on the InterPARES Trust project’s Transnational Team that investigated issues surrounding the inviolability and extraterritoriality of records in international organizations that may be considering the adoption of cloud computing services in the foreseeable future. Emily was the Coordinator of the ACA UBC student chapter (2014-2015) and currently volunteers as an Archivist for the Canadian Slovenian Historical Society’s Archives.

I am very excited to welcome Emily to her new role with the Association!

Marissa Paron

President, 2015-2016

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* This project is funded by the Government of Canada. / Ce projet est financé par le gouvernement du Canada.


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