Carla Parslow, PhD, CAHP
Dr. Carla Parslow has over 20 years of experience in the cultural heritage resource management (CHRM) industry in Canada. As the President of PHC Inc., Carla is responsible for the for the management of CHRM projects, as well as the technical review and quality assurance of all archaeological and cultural heritage projects. Throughout her career, Carla has managed both large (50+) and small (4+) teams of CHRM and Environmental professionals. Dr. Parslow has also written, contributed to, or reviewed over 400 archaeological reports in the province of Ontario and has experience in leading teams on small scale projects (<$20,000) as well as large complex projects (>$5,000,000).
Carla has worked extensively in the municipal and provincial sector and has a comprehensive understanding of heritage legislation at the municipal, regional, and provincial level of government for both cultural heritage and archaeology. Carla is a licensed Ontario professional archaeologist through the Ontario Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Cultural Industries (MHSTCI) (P243) and is a member of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP).
Mr. Lemon is a Cultural Heritage Specialist and Licensed Archaeologist (R289) with 15 years’ experience. He received an Honours B.Sc. in Anthropology from the University of Toronto and has completed course work towards an M.A. from the University of Western Ontario. Mr. Lemon has a Diploma in Heritage Carpentry and Joinery and a Certificate in Heritage Planning from Algonquin College. During his career Mr. Lemon has participated in cultural heritage assessments across Ontario as both a Senior Field Director in archaeology and as a Built Heritage Practitioner. He has managed field teams and projects ranging in value from <$5,000.00 to in excess of $1,000,000.00. Mr. Lemon is a member of the Ontario Archaeological Society and the Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology. Chris’s previous experience includes representation on Joint Health and Safety Committees; he is dedicated to maintaining a safety-first focus on all job sites.
Mr. Long is a Senior Field Director at PHC. Graduating with an Hons. BSc in anthropological science, and an MSc in evolutionary anthropology from the University of Toronto, Adam has worked on archaeological projects in Jordan, taken part in palaeontological expeditions to find remains of the earliest primates in Wyoming and Montana, and for the last 6 years has undertaken many archaeological consulting projects across Ontario. He holds a Professional license from the MHSTCI (P1153) and has directed crews ranging in size from 4 people, to 55+ people on a variety of project types, from cemeteries to lithic scatters. Adam also assists in Cultural Heritage projects, having aided in both large and small scale built heritage assessments across the province, including updating the City of Brantford’s Heritage Register. Adam is a member of the Ontario Archaeological Society, as well as the Canadian Association of Physical Anthropologists.
Ms. Kagi is a Field Director at PHC and has 5 years of experience in the field of archaeology, and years of experience in the archaeological consulting industry in Ontario. Graduating with an Honours BA in History and Archaeology from the University of Toronto, Tina has worked on archaeology projects in in Ontario and has worked on artifact collections from Hungary during the Bronze Age Jordan to the precontact and historical period in Ontario. Tina has been part of teams ranging in size from 4-30+ individuals on multiple archaeological projects across the Ontario, ranging in size from small lithic scatters, to large-scale villages. Tina has explicit skill and expertise in large Late Woodland sites
Ms. McMeekin is a Field Director at Parslow Heritage Consultancy Inc. Graduating with an Honours BA in Classics with a focus on archaeology, and a MA in Classics, both from Brock University, Molly has worked on archaeological projects in Italy, Crete, and Turkey, with a focus on maritime archaeology at a harbour site on the Datça Peninsula in Turkey. Additionally, for the last six years Molly has undertaken many archaeological consulting projects across Ontario, with experience on historical and Pre-contact sites in both southern and northern Ontario. Molly has worked on artifact collections at the Institute for Aegean Prehistory on Crete, the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology through the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, as well as more recent experience analyzing historical and Pre-contact artifact assemblages from Ontario. Molly holds an Applied Research License (R1247) and has been part of teams ranging in size from 4-30+ individuals on a variety of project types from small lithic scatters, village sites, as well as, large scale linear projects, including hydro corridors and pipelines. Ms. McMeekin has also recently completed a Masters of Teaching degree from the University of Toronto and is a member of the Ontario College of Teachers.