Contact the Archives
Carrier Sekani Tribal Council
Suite 200 – 1460 6th Avenue
Prince George, BC V2L 3N2
Phone: 250-562-6279 ext. 223
Meet the Staff
Kat Louro, M.A.S., Archivist On Leave March 2021 to February 2022
Kat was hired in 2018 to revitalize the organization’s library and start an archival program. She manages the organization’s library collection, archival collection, and gives CSTC departments support in records management planning and implementation. She has over 5 years experience in the library and archival field, holding positions at the Union of BC Indian Chiefs Resource Centre, the City of New Westminster Museum and Archives, the Northern BC Archives at UNBC, the Prince Rupert City and Regional Archives, and the Prince George Public Library. She received a joint degree in English and History from UNBC in 2014 and a Masters of Archival Studies (MAS) First Nations Curriculum Concentration in 2018 from the UBC iSchool. Kat is a settler of Portuguese and Irish descent and grew up between Prince Rupert and Prince George.
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Jason Martin, M.A.S., Archives and Records Assistant, Archivist starting March 2021
Jason holds an Honours B.A. in Art History (2012) and a Masters of Archival Studies (MAS) from the UBC iSchool (2016). He has worked at various archives and libraries including at the University of Northern British Columbia, the University of British Columbia, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, and the Newberry Library. He has specialized knowledge and experience in digitization, preservation, copyright and intellectual property, and archival practices.
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Nolan Allan, Digitization Technician
Nolan has been the Library and Archives Digitization Technician since November 2020, when he was hired on through a generous grant from the First Peoples Cultural Council to digitize VHS, microcassettes, and audio-cassettes related to the Dakelh Language and the Yinka Dene Language Institute. Since coming on, Nolan has developed an effective VHS digitization workflow and has digitized over 100 audio-visual resources. Nolan is from Stellat’en and has a robust skillset in broadcasting, sound engineering, and open software.
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