Stephanie Pile - Executive Assistant

Stephanie Pile brings skills in linguistics, archiving and museum administration. She is completing an MA in Linguistics from Memorial University, and is working as Communications Coordinator at the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead National Historic Site. She is Vice President of the Paris Museum and Historical Society and has worked as a language archivist for the Woodland Cultural Centre and as an archivist for the Six Nations Polytechnic - Deyohahá:ge: Indigenous Knowledge Centre. Stephanie is passionate about language revitalization and intangible cultural heritage, and is excited to be part of the Canadian Language Museum.


Michael Iannozzi - Social Media Coordinator

Michael Iannozzi is a recent graduate of the French linguistics undergraduate program at the University of Toronto. His academic interests are in sociolinguistics and in endangered language documentation. Being able to interview leaders in the language and linguistic field, and to write about any and all linguistic topics is any language nerd’s dream job. He is very excited to be a part of the Canadian Language Museum team as the author of the blog and manager of social media.