Caitlin Bailey – Executive Director
An accomplished non-profit leader and public history professional, Caitlin Bailey joins the Vimy Foundation from the Canadian Centre for the Great War in Montreal where she has served as executive director since 2014. Caitlin is committed to ensuring the longevity of the memory of the Great War in Canadian life, and to finding new and interesting ways to tell its story.
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Claire Carny – Administrative and Billing Coordinator
Claire has always been passionate about customer service and helping organizations run as smoothly as possible. She’s also an ardent believer that Canadian history isn’t ‘boring’! Claire handles general inquiries, processes your merchandise orders, contributes to a variety of projects and is the go to person for the many requests that pop up in the office on a daily basis.
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Alicia Dotiwalla – Education Lead
Alicia has been working in the field of public history for more than a decade. Having worked at local, national and international heritage organizations in Canada and in France, she is passionate about history, education and the power of individual and community stories.
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Pamela Plamondon – Special projects coordinator
Recently graduated with a master in museum studies, Pamela has focused mostly on the conservation and communication of tangible and intangible heritage, at a national and international level. As the special projects coordinator of The Vimy Foundation, she wishes to contribute to the transmission of the living and unique history of the site, strong of its numerous testimonies and resolutely forward-looking.
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Guillaume Bouchard – Communications coordinator
Grad student in egyptology (he will soon complete his Ph.D. thesis), Guillaume Bouchard is also fascinated by the history of Québec and Canada. For the last three years, he created projects with the objective of solidifying bonds between academia and population, give a voice to the ordinary people and to deepen our knowledge of uncharted historical territory.
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