Jeremy Allin started at the Huron County Museum in July 1996 and worked three summers before he was brought on full-time in January 1999 as the Administrative Assistant. Jeremy holds a diploma in Business Administration from Conestoga College and takes care of the many office functions, such as, accounts payable/receivable and payroll. He is also the Museum’s resident “tech expert,” setting up computer systems and other related technology, audio/visual equipment and any troubleshooting that is required. Jeremy also creates many of the videos that play on the various screens around the galleries.
Throughout her life, education and career Elizabeth has enjoyed reading, researching and developing the historical context of the world around her. After receiving her BA in History from Trent University she completed the Museum Management and Curatorship program at Sir Sandford Fleming College. Prior to moving to Huron County she worked with various museums across Ontario. She began work at the Huron County Museum & Historic Gaol in 2004 as Assistant Curator and became Senior Curator in 2016.
Elizabeth believes every artifact has a story and it’s the stories that she loves most. She is excited to have been given the opportunity to share these stories with each of you. Elizabeth oversees the management of all our Museum sites, leads the collections team and develops the temporary and permanent exhibitions.
Before joining the team at the Huron County Museum & Historic Gaol in 2010, Jenna was the Archives Assistant at the Stratford Festival Archives and a summer student at the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre and the Owen Sound Marine and Rail Museum. Jenna graduated from Western University with a B.A. in History and Bioarchaeological Anthropology and her Masters in History. Her research interests include built heritage, fashion and dress history, and Vikings. Jenna enjoys meeting people from all over the world who have ancestors that came from Huron County. As Archivist, Jenna is responsible for all paper-based materials, like photos, maps, newspapers, diaries, ledgers, Voters’ Lists, Assessment Rolls, etc. She can help you research your family, house, or any other questions you might have about the history of the County.
Ms. Wark has degrees in comparative literature and library and information science from Western University. She has been the Director at the Huron County Museum and Historic Gaol since 2011. The first major project undertaken was the development of a new strategic plan with an emphasis on public engagement and community development. She is also the County Librarian and has responsibility for the corporate records and cultural programming at the County of Huron