Our Volunteers

The Cabbagetown Regent Park Museum relies on the hard work and enthusiasm of its volunteers, interns and summer students in all facets of the museum.

The museum currently has fourteen students and post-grads at our office and helping to organize our ever-growing artefact collection.

CRP Museum is continually receiving applications from promising students whom we hope to interview in the near future.

The following is a list of current volunteers, students and interns, their background and what they add to our museum.

YCW Summer Students

Matthew Ferguson

(History MA; History BA)

The CRP Museum is planning an upcoming exhibit on the area's contributions to the war efforts. Matthew is researching possible subjects and will assist in the creation of a corresponding exhibit.

Amrita Kauldher

(BA: Major anthropology, Minor history)

Compiling oral histories is a major component of the museum's mandate. Amrita will be conducting research on the Macedonian community which originally settled in the Cabbagetown district, in hopes to build a collection of oral histories from those who were part of the three major periods of immigration to the area.

Post Grads

Gabriele Cole

(Museum Studies Certificate; Art History MA; Curatorial Studies Diploma; Archaeology BA and Fine Arts BA)

Gabriele is currently updating our website when she finds the time between the many demands of assisting in managing the collection.

Trisha Faulhafer

(MISt, Classical Archaeology BA, Classics BA)

Trisha is solely responsible for managing the museum's future library which will include reference and history books.

Karen Whaley

(Art History MA)

Karen brings her expertise in fundraising to the museum, already helping us secure our Trillium Foundation grant.

Lindsay Ulrich

(Cultural Resource Management Diploma; Cultural Anthropology BA; Visual Studies BA)

Diligently typing away, Lindsay works with our database, cataloguing the collection.

Melinda Richter

(Arts MA; Museum Management and Curatorship Certificate)

Melinda will be helping with the upcoming Central Neighbourhood House 100th anniversary project.


CRP Museum has just received funding for a CHIN Heritage Intern, who will be starting later this year and assisting in collections management.


We also have volunteers who coordinate and train our 40+ docents as well as upcoming projects.