After working in the executive director’s role at the South Peace Regional Archives for the past decade, Mary Nutting has moved on.
Alyssa Currie took over the reigns last week and is ready to get to work.
“I’m really excited about working to collect new items for our collections, and being able to work with the municipalities to make sure that we’re able to serve the communities in all that we represent,” she said.
In the past, she has worked for the Pouce Coupe Museum as well as Library and Archives Canada.
“The [South Peace Regional] archives certainly have a lot of great programs and initiatives started, but also some room for growth,” Currie explained. “What I’m most excited about is connecting the archives with the community.”
Currie is quite familiar with the Peace, as she is born and raised in Dawson Creek.