Changes to the AAO Board of Directors

18 Nov 2015 9:48 PM | Danielle Robichaud

Grant Hurley has been appointed as the Director Without Portfolio/Off the Record Editor following the recent resignation of Crystal Campitelli. Please join us in welcoming Grant to the AAO Board! If you would like to learn more about Grant, please see his biography below. As OTR Editor, he can be reached at director2@aao-archivists.ca.

As the former OTR Editor, Crystal made many contributions to the Association by delivering the quarterly issues of the Off the Record newsletter, including the most recent Fall 2015 issue, and assisting with the development of the AAO's Strategic Plan for 2015-2020. On behalf of the AAO Board of Directors and the entire Association, we would like to thank Crystal for her dedication and wish her all of the best!

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Grant Hurley Biography

Grant currently works as a contract Records Analyst/Archivist at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. He has completed the Dual Master of Archival Studies and Master of Library and Information Studies degree program at the University of British Columbia in June 2015 and also hold an MA in English literature from UBC. He has worked in many archives and records environments since his first summer job at the Charlotte County Archives in St. Andrews, NB in 2005, including at Fisheries and Oceans Canada, UBC Okanagan, Teck Resources Ltd., and recently at the City of Toronto Archives. His first job is what brought me into the profession: connecting people with the incredible stories in records was a delight. He is currently an InterPARES Trust researcher working with Jim Suderman as project lead investigating open government and open data. He also sits as an Ex Officio board member of the Alcuin Society. Past board experience has been as a student liaison for ARMA Vancouver and as the Treasurer for the ACA UBC student chapter. Grant was also recently honored with the ACA Gordon Dodds Prize for my paper "Community Archives, Community Clouds: Enabling Digital Preservation for Small Archives,” which will be published inArchivariain Spring, 2016. 


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