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Volunteer BC, the provincial association for promoting the value and impact of volunteerism has elected its new board for 2022-2023 at the Volunteer BC AGM. The new board brings together a unique blend of non-profit and entrepreneurial experience to the organization. Their role to support the voluntary sector during difficult times has never been more critical than during Covid-19.
Executive Members are: Lawrie Portigal – Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives as President; Anne-Marie Koeppen – Consultant as Vice-President; Cari Moore – Volunteer Fraser Valley as Treasurer and Oscar Cruz – Volunteer Burnaby as Secretary.
Directors include: Jocelyn Wong – Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives; Caroline Miller – Society of Friends of the Early Music Studio – Kelowna, Rita Innamorati – Volunteer Nanaimo, Dorothee Birker – KCR Community Resources – Kelowna; Renee Lormé-Gulbrandsen – Oak Bay Volunteer Services Society; Subrina Anne Monteith – South Okanagan Similkameen Volunteer Centre; Alexander Blum-Walker – Community Living BC; Diamond Isinger – Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada
About Volunteer BCFor over 40 years, Volunteer BC has been the provincial leader in promoting the value and impact of volunteerism. Volunteer BC’s mission is to be a strong and relevant provincial voice in promoting the development and value of volunteerism in B.C.
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