Alexandre Meterissian – Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer
Alexandre Meterissian has worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, as well as for the Ministry of Immigration. He has a breadth of business experience, a B.A. in Political Science from McGill University and is currently attending law school at the Université de Sherbrooke.
Brendan Steven – Chief Content Officer
Born in Sudbury, Ontario and currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Canadian Studies at McGill University, Brendan co-founded The Prince Arthur Herald in January 2011 and was The Herald's first editor. Brendan is an active Conservative, having worked in communications for Kitchener-Waterloo MP Peter Braid, on numerous political campaign teams, and, most recently, for Ontario Opposition Leader Tim Hudak. He has columned extensively on Canadian politics, including a syndicated column with the National Citizen’s Coalition.
Andrew Noël Swidzinski - Deputy Editor (former Editor-in-chief)
Andrew N. Swidzinski is a Law student at McGill University, where he also earned a B.A. and an M.A. in History and worked as a research and teaching assistant. He has been active politically for a number of years, most recently as a member of the National Constitutional Committee of the Conservative Party of Canada and as Regional President for the Montréal area on the national executive of the former Action Démocratique du Québec.
Tom Kott - Editor-in-Chief (English section)
Thomas Kott is a student working on his B.A. in political science and history at McGill University. His main field of study is 19th century North American political history. He has been a writer for the Prince Arthur Herald since May of 2012 and manages the journal's entire social media content.
Clare Schulte-Albert – Deputy Editor
Clare Schulte-Albert is a second year student in the Master of Global Affairs program at the University of Toronto. She is pursuing research in a number of areas including Chinese foreign policy, transnational security, and the global energy nexus. She is also the current president of the Ontario PC Youth Association and has served as Director of Communications for the Ontario PC Campus Association. In her spare time, she enjoys reading philosophy, travelling, and watching soccer matches.
Kevin Pidgeon – Chairman
Kevin Pidgeon founded the Herald in January 2011 with fellow McGill students. He has worked in the Prime Minister of Canada's Communications Office and has an array of experience in political campaigning. Kevin is a fourth-year student at McGill University, pursuing a double major in History and Political Science.