The Executive Committee is comprised of the Project Director, representatives of nonacademic institutions partnered on the project, and an academic representative. Its responsibilities include: (1) overseeing the budget; (2) helping to organize project meetings; (3) approving objectives and progress milestones; (4) overseeing the training of students and postdoctoral fellows; (5) assisting publicity and outreach.
Eric Sager has significant expertise in major collaborative history projects. He was a member of the Atlantic Canada Shipping Project (1976-1982), Director of the Canadian Families Project (an SSHRC Major Collaborative Initiative), and co-leader of the UVIC team in the Canadian Century Research Infrastructure Project… Read More >>
Sherri Kajiwara is currently the Director|Curator of the Nikkei National Museum and has been a fine arts professional since 1992. Her association with the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre began in 2010 when she was Acting Executive Director for 13 months. In 2012 she guest curated the Yo-In exhibit at the Nikkei National … Read More >>
Executive Committee Audrey Kobayashi has a long history of research on the Japanese Canadians and in addition to her participation in Landscapes of Injustice, she is also involved in the “Right To Remain” project that includes a number of university researchers and graduate students in partnership with community advocacy organizations… Read More >>
Executive Committee Angela Williams, Deputy CEO and VP Collections, Research and International Programs, joined the Royal BC Museum in 2003 after 14 years in human resources and information technologies in the provincial government. She has spent more than 25 years improving organizations by putting their people first. Angela is passionate about Read More >>