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Executive Biographies

The Canada Aviation Museum, currently under the direction of Mr Anthony P. Smyth, is a component of the Canada Science and Technology Museum Corporation under the supervision of the President and Chief Executive Officer Mr Christopher J. Terry.

Anthony Patrick Smyth

Born June 1, 1942 at London, England. Son of T.E.M. Smyth and Joyce Dare. Educated at the University of Windsor and Carleton University. Joined External Affairs in July 1966; Third Secretary, Nairobi, 1968; Second Secretary, 1969; Transport, Communications and Energy Division, Ottawa 1971–1973; First Secretary and Consul, Wellington, 1973–1976; Western European Division Ottawa, 1976–1978; Personnel Policy and Official Languages Division, Ottawa, 1978–1981. Joined Privy Council Office, Senior Personnel Secretariat, March 1981; Machinery of Government Directorate, January 1982. Appointed Deputy Secretary, Policy, Office of the Secretary to the Governor General, October 1984. In January 2002, Mr Smyth was appointed as the Director General of the Canada Aviation Museum

Christopher J. Terry

Christopher John Terry was born in the United Kingdom and arrived in Canada with his family in 1957. He grew up in Aurora, Ontario and graduated from the University of Guelph and the London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London, England. Mr Terry worked for the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the federal housing agency, from 1971 to 1989. He was the Chairman of the Ottawa Chapter of the Canadian Aviation Historical Society from 1981 to 1989 and has also served on the Boards of other community organizations in Ottawa. He was Chairperson, Aviation Museum Group, International Association of Transport and Communications Museum from 1995 to 2002. Mr Terry joined the Canada Aviation Museum as its Director General in 1989 and assumed responsibility for the Corporate development activities of the Canada Science and Technology Museum Corporation in 1994. In February 2001 he was appointed President and CEO of the Canada Science and Technology Museum Corporation.