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Barbara Webster
About: Barbara Webster undertakes historical research and writing about people, places, organisations, institutions, events and environments. Her particular interest is Central Queensland history.
About: Dr Jonathan (Jack) Ford is a professional historian specialising in military history and the history of Brisbane’s various suburbs or buildings.
About: Janet King is the Director of Queensland Energy Museum and responsible for establishing Memories of Energy Groups (MEGs) and Memories of Energy Trails (METs) throughout Queensland.
About: Kay Cohen is an experienced historian specialising in government administration, the history of organisations, and Queensland’s history and cultural heritage. She is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland.
Lesley Jenkins
About: Lesley has a long interest in history and community. Her many awards demonstrate both skill and experience.
AWARDS National Trust – Now and Then, A Gold Coast Journey from the past to the present GCCC 2010
National Trust – Highway Heritage GCCC – 2008
Churchill Fellow 2004 – Oral History
Life Member – Oral History Queensland -2007
Margaret Cook
About: Margaret Cook is a freelance historian who specialises in non-Indigenous cultural heritage and social and environmental history.
Peter Ludlow
About: A former hospital pharmacist, I now devote myself full time as a professional researcher/biographer/author, specializing in, but not limited to, the collecting of local history in the Moreton Bay area. This I disseminate into the community through my self published books, lectures to local community groups, and since 1997, by maintaining an Internet webpage at www.moretonbayhistory.com.
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Tereza De Guara
About: Tereza De Guara is a freelance historian.
About: Social historian with nearly two decades’ experience in researching and writing histories (especially community, institutional, organisational and place histories), curating exhibitions and managing collections (library and museum).