Stella Begic – Programs Manager
Since joining the Vimy Foundation in 2013, Stella has been committed to giving Canadian youth the opportunity to have life changing learning experiences. As the programs manager, it is her job to ensure students develop a greater understanding of our history and that they share this knowledge with their peers. Stella’s passion for Vimy began in university and today it is her aim to have as many students as possible see the Vimy monument in person and to be inspired by this enduring symbol of Canadian achievement.
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Jeremy Diamond – Executive Director
A public historian for more than 20 years, Jeremy has developed unique Canadian history initiatives at organizations including the Historica-Dominion Institute, Hudson’s Bay Company and numerous museums, historic sites and archives. Jeremy visited Vimy the first time in 2011 and immediately thought about how he could help commemorate the battle’s Centennial in 2017. Our Executive Director since 2014, Jeremy was inspired by a high school history teacher to learn more about our stories and believes that in fact Canadian history is not ‘boring’.
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Caroline Ross, Communications & Administrative Coordinator
Building on an Honours BA in History from the University of Toronto and professional experience with heritage organizations in Ottawa, Caroline joined the Vimy Foundation in 2017. An avid traveller and a member of a military family, Caroline has visited Vimy twice, and has toured numerous other First and Second World War battlefields in Europe and around the world. She will be handling administrative duties for the office and coordinating the Foundation’s communications. Caroline can’t wait to connect with you on the Foundation’s social media pages: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube!
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Jordan Slump – Communications & Administrative Assistant
Jordan has joined the Foundation in 2017 as part of a Field Placement for his schooling in the Applied Museum Studies Program at Algonquin College. Jordan enjoys all topics of history, but is particularly interested in Canadian military history and has been involved in a number of war remembrance initiatives. He intends to put his Museum Studies experiences into practice by helping to educate the public about Canada’s involvement in the World Wars. Jordan is a graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honours BA in Criminology and a Minor in History, and a future graduate of Algonquin College in April 2017.
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