The Squamish Chamber of Commerce has elected a new board of directors for a one-year term.
They were given a welcome by the chamber’s outgoing president.
“It is great to see the diverse and strong representation from the Squamish business community. We look forward to all the future successes and championing of economic vitality in Squamish for 2020 and beyond,” said Rob Weys, in a news release.
Four incumbents were re-elected and seven newcomers have been chosen for the positions.
– Mike Coyne, LandSea
– Abby Majendie, Quest University Canada
– Jack Montpellier, Race and Company LLP
– Rajan Hans, Diamond Head Security Group
– Catherine Webster, Sea to Sky Gondola
– Cameron Cope, Our Squamish
– Susan Chapelle, Aligned Collective
– Nolan Rivers, RE/MAX Sea to Sky Real Estate
– Jacquie Menezes, 7th Wave Consulting
–Carlos Zavarce, Matthews West Development Ltd.
–Clive Stanley, Sandman Hotel and Suites
The results were announced at the chamber’s annual general meeting, which was held online on June 17.
A swearing-in ceremony will be conducted at a later date, most likely online.
The chamber is inviting members to attend the swearing-in ceremony.
“The Squamish Chamber would also like to recognize and thank former directors, Christine Campbell, Allie Meeres, Hilary Ewart, Bianca Peters, Maxime Charron and Rob Weys, for their many valuable contributions to the board this last term,” said executive director, Louise Walker.
“Over the last few years, the Squamish Chamber has seen strong growth, with expanded events and networking, along with the creation and development of many programs, including business training, support local campaigns, data and other tools to grow your business. We could not have achieved this success without the support and dedication of our Board of Directors.”
The Squamish Chamber of Commerce is governed by an eleven-member board of directors, all of whom are elected.