Marc Johnston has an extensive career in broadcast journalism. His 25 years of broadcast experience have made him well connected with Yukon political personalities and he is well positioned to use these connections for the benefit of heritage issues both in the Yukon and on a national scale. Marc settled in the Yukon in 1996 and today sits on the board of the Heritage Canada Foundation and the Klondike Visitors’ Association.
Janna Swales is a historical researcher and designer with a yen for museological projects. She is happily situated at the Yukon Transportation Museum trying her hand at a bit of everything. She has been lucky enough to work in several Yukon museums over the past five years: the Copperbelt Railway & Mining Museum in Whitehorse and the George Johnston Museum in Teslin. Janna is particularly interested in linkages of heritage and sense of connection to place: she is currently exploring the importance of strengthening that link within various communities.
Sally Robinson moved to the Yukon in the early 1970s, living in Dawson City for 23 years before moving to Whitehorse in 1998. While in Dawson, Sally worked as a contract researcher and exhibit designer for several Yukon museums. Since 1998 she has been employed as the Yukon Historic Sites Interpretive Planner. Sally's husband, Greg Skuce, continues to work as a contractor in the heritage field.
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