Nathan Etherington – Administrator
Nathan is a life-long Brant County resident who contributed to community building organizations since he was a teenager working with Town of Paris. He attended the University of Waterloo receiving a Bachelor of Science with minors in Earth Science and Geography. Subsequently, he completed his Teacher Education training from the University of Western Ontario in 2011. As part of his program, he worked with the Paris Museum & Historical Society developing educational programs and a series of summer Walking Tours. Nathan started volunteering with Brant Historical Society in October 2014 working with the Inventory Project and enhanced his knowledge of the collection. In September 2015, he was offered the job of Programming Coordinator responsible for delivery of senior programs and community outreach. In May of 2015, he transitioned to an administrator working with the assistance of Board Members to improve daily operations at the museum. To contact Nathan, please call the museum at 519-752-2483 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Thomas – Education Officer
Sarah Thomas has been enjoying the position of education officer for the Brant Historical Society since June 2014. Operating out of the Myrtleville House Museum located at 34 Myrtleville Drive, Sarah reaches out to teachers and students to by designing and delivering curriculum based education programming. The Museum also offers PD, March Break and Summer Camp for more museum fun for children!
Although originally from Aurora, Sarah moved to Brantford after graduating with a bachelor of arts degree majoring in history from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax Nova Scotia. She has enjoyed getting to know the community and its own history by volunteering for the society since 2013. Currently Sarah is working to complete her certificate in museum studies offered through the Ontario Museum Association. If you would like to Contact the education officer about programming, camps, or the Myrtleville House Museum call (519) 752 – 3216 or by email at email@example.com.
Lindsey Columbus – Research Assistant
Lindsey Columbus is a graduate of the Concurrent Education joint program at Wilfrid Laurier University Brantford Campus and Nipissing University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Honours Contemporary Studies and a major in History. Lindsey is a high school history teacher currently employed with the Grand Erie District School Board.
Lindsey joined the Brant Museum and Archives in the summer of 2015 as a research assistant. On top of this primary role, Lindsey assists with daily administrative tasks as well as with the children’s programming provided at the Myrtleville House Museum. To contact Lindsey for Research requests, call the museum at 519-752-2483, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org