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Meet our Staff


For general inquiries, email info@goulbournmuseum.ca
To reach any of our staff by phone, call 613-831-2393

Tracey Donaldson: Manager & Exhibitions Curator

Tracey has been with the Museum since 2007. She completed a double major at Carleton University in Art History and English Literature and has also completed a Masters Degree in Scottish Studies at the University of Edinburgh. Tracey has experience in art galleries and in summer camps, which prepared her for developing and delivering public programs, workshops and special events, as well as creating new and interactive exhibits. Tracey can be reached at tracey@goulbournmuseum.ca 

Sue Woodford: Communications Officer

Sue joined the Museum in September 2012. She studied Photojournalism at Loyalist College and worked at the Kanata Kourier-Standard newspaper for 8 years. Following a freelance career in communications she managed the creative services for one of Ottawa’s top real estate teams. In 2012 she received her post-graduate certificate in Interactive Multimedia from Algonquin College. She is responsible for marketing the Museum’s activities and assisting with events and public programs. Sue can be reached at sue@goulbournmuseum.ca 

Sarah Holla: Collections Officer

Sarah joined the Goulbourn Museum team in February 2013. She has her honours degree in Classics with a specialization in Ancient Art and Archaeology from Brock University. In 2007 Sarah was able to experience Greek Archaeology first hand while participating in a study tour program with The Canadian Institute in Greece and Brock University. Following the completion of her bachelor’s degree, she completed a post-graduate certificate in Applied Museum Studies from Algonquin College. Sarah loves working with artefacts and history, has a background in cultural resource management, is an advocate of experiential learning and creating engaging opportunities for public interaction with cultural material. Sarah can be reached at sarah@goulbournmuseum.ca 

Sarah Catterall: Education Officer

Sarah’s love of education and history goes back to her childhood days of playing “school” with her grandfather, and listening to his stories of the Second World War. After graduating with her BA Hons. in History in 2015, she worked as a high school history teacher in Victoria, BC. Her background in history includes academic research with the University of Victoria, volunteering with the Multicultural Historical Society of Ontario, and conducting oral history interviews with veterans of Afghanistan. She is excited to apply her skills within the museum context at Goulbourn Museum. She also has years of experience in administration and the non-profit sector. She will begin a Masters of Public History in September 2020. Sarah can be reached at sarahcatterall@goulbournmuseum.ca 



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