|Degrees:||B.A. (Trent), M.A. (Trent), Ph.D. (Carleton)|
Kerry Badgley received a BA from Trent University in History/Political Studies (1986) and an MA (1988) and PhD (1996) from Carleton University in Canadian History. From 1998 to 2005 he was an archivist in the Government Archives Division at Library and Archives Canada. He is the author of Ringing in the Common Love of Good: The United Farmers of Ontario, 1914-1926 and has published several scholarly articles on a range of historical themes. He has taught as a contract lecturer at Carleton since 1996. Kerry served from 2003 to 2005 as English-language Editor for the Journal of the Canadian Historical Association. Presently, he is vice president of the Ontario Library Boards’ Association (OLBA), a council member of the Ontario Library Association, and co-editor of the OLBA publication InsideOLBA. He is also the former chair and current board member of the North Grenville Public Library. He currently works as a manager in the areas of information management, e-discovery, and access to information and protection of privacy at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.