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Jeremy Diamond

CEO

A public historian for more than 20 years, Jeremy has held senior leadership roles at various Canadian history organizations, most recently as Executive Director at the Vimy Foundation since 2014, where he led multi-million-dollar initiatives including the building of the Vimy Visitor Education Centre and Vimy Foundation Centennial Park in support of the Battle of Vimy Ridge Centennial Commemorations across Canada and France. Diamond has also acted as Managing Director of Historica Canada and held roles at the Hudson’s Bay Company and various museums, historic sites and archives.

Nadine Villasin

Director of Public Programs

Nadine Villasin Feldman has been engaging diverse communities through cultural programming and meaningful participation in the arts for over 15 years. The former Artistic Director of Carlos Bulosan Theatre, and co-founder of the youth-led Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts & Culture, she developed multi-arts events and cultural festivals that have nurtured a vibrant community of Filipino-Canadian artists and built a platform for Filipino culture and art in Toronto. Nadine has worked with a variety of community-centred arts organizations (VIBE Arts, Kaeja d’Dance, Drum Artz, Reel Asian Film Festival) curating programs, animating public spaces and producing mid to large scale community performance projects.

Josh Dyer

Director of Marketing

Josh is a seasoned marketing professional who started his marketing/communications career as student working on electoral campaigns for Antonio Villarigosa in 2005 followed by Barack Obama in 2008. After completing his studies, Josh served in a variety of communications roles with the Canadian federal government, where he developed national campaigns as well as digital and social media strategies for the likes of Elections Canada, Citizenship & Immigration Canada, and the Canadian Armed Forces. After leaving the public service, his efforts at Myseum of Toronto have been focused on brand development and providing a platform for communities to create and share their own social and historical narratives.

Katy Mountain

Manager of Operations

Katy is an administrative professional with a passion for records management. With six years of experience working within both municipal and private administrative environments, it has provided her with a wealth of clerical knowledge, and allowed her to work with a variety of people from across Canada. Additionally, she has a strong interest in cultural heritage, which she explored through studying archaeology and museum studies. She has previously volunteered as the Secretary, and Outreach Coordinator for the Archaeological Institute of America, and as an Educator at the Royal Ontario Museum. Katy is excited to apply her skills as the Administration and HR Officer at Myseum of Toronto.

Riaz Charania

Marketing Lead

With over 10 years of experience in communications, marketing, advertising, and event planning, ranging from media relations in the Canadian music and film industry, event planning for Bell Media properties HBO Canada and The Movie Network, account management at Sid Lee Toronto, and sales coordination at the Ontario Science Centre, Riaz brings a diverse range of experience from corporate, government, and non-profit settings. Raised in Calgary, Riaz moved to Toronto in 2007, and continues to develop a strong passion for this city, as well as community engagement and storytelling. When not working, you can find Riaz taking in the many different cultural offerings Toronto has to offer.

Nathan Heuvingh

Curatorial & Programming Lead

Nathan Heuvingh is a curator, critic and musician based in Toronto. As the former Director of Propeller Gallery, he has experience in curating, exhibition development and arts administration. Nathan holds MA in Contemporary Art, Design and New Media Art Histories from OCAD University and a BA in Studies in Arts and Culture with a focus on Curatorial Practices. His interdisciplinary background spans contemporary art, sound art, music popular culture and radio broadcasting. He has also held positions with several prominent cultural organizations (Craft Ontario, OCAD University, Nuit Blanche, Rodman Hall Art Centre and Brock University Radio) and has written criticism for various publications (Senses & Society, PUBLIC, EarshotMagazine).

Yan Wen Chang

Programming and Volunteers Coordinator

Yan Wen Chang is a visual artist and activist working and living in Toronto since moving from Malaysia in 2011. Prior to Myseum of Toronto, she worked at Mercer Union, a centre for contemporary art, Toronto, as their Events Coordinator for Stellar Living, an annual art auction, in 2017. Chang regularly shows her work across Canada including Vancouver, Montreal, Saskatoon and Toronto. Over the past four years, Chang has volunteered at various art institutions, collectives and organizations across the city. Chang is dedicated to developing a volunteer program at Myseum of Toronto that provides individuals the opportunity to contribute and support their communities in Toronto in a meaningful way.

Sarah Tumaliuan

Special Events & Programming Coordinator

Jorge Ayala-Isaza

Digital Producer

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