Sarah Kaufman, Managing Director
Born and raised in the Niagara Region, Sarah Maloney holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree, specializing in History and Politics, and a Masters in Public History from the University of Western Ontario. She has worked in over 7 of Niagara’s heritage institutions and has participated on a variety of 1812 related projects and committees. As Managing Director, Sarah is responsible for the day to day operations, in collaboration with the Society Administrator, implementing Board directed strategies and policies, as well as the management, research and exhibition of the Niagara Historical Society’s Collection.
Amy Klassen, Society Administrator
Amy Klassen received her Honours BA in Anthropology from the University of Guelph and then completed the Post-Graduate Program in Human Resource Management at Niagara College in 2005. As Society Administrator she is responsible for most aspects of bookkeeping, public relations, human resources, member services, volunteer coordination and event management as well as other administrative duties. Amy has been with the Society since 2001, having contracts as Special Event Coordinator, Curatorial Assistant, Volunteer Coordinator, and finally joined the Society full time as Administrator in 2006. She is a contributing author in the Society’s publication 100 Years – 100 Artefacts (2007).