Marion Beyea is an archivist with close to 40 years’ experience. For a large part of her career (from 1978 to 2013), she served as provincial archivist of New Brunswick. Her previous early experience includes that of archives assistant at the University of New Brunswick Archives and the Archives of the New Brunswick Museum, followed by that of archivist in the manuscript section of the Archives of Ontario, and then national archivist of the Anglican Church of Canada. She is a fellow of the Association of Canadian Archivists, and has served as the organization’s president. She was also the founding president of the Council of Canadian Archives. She has served on various committees of the International Council of Archives, and has authored and edited books and articles on archival and historical topics. She is currently a member of the board of directors of the Association of Canadian Archivists Foundation. She is the New Brunswick governor on the board of the National Trust for Canada (formerly Heritage Canada Foundation), and vice-president of the Association of Museums and Built Heritage New Brunswick. She is a long-time advisor to the board of Fredericton Heritage Trust and a member of the Fredericton Heritage Review Board. She is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of New Brunswick Studies. Marion Beyea graduated from the University of New Brunswick. Marion Beyea has been a member of the Canadiana Fund since May 9, 2013.