Lillian Hunt

Hunt returned to tourism board

Lillian Hunt of Alert Bay’s U’mista Cultural Centre was returned for a one-year term to Tourism Vancouver Island's Board of Directors

ALERT BAY—Lillian Hunt of Alert Bay’s U’mista Cultural Centre was returned for a one-year term as Tourism Vancouver Island announced its incoming Board of Directors during its 51st Annual Conference and AGM in Parksville recently.

Also returning to the Board for a one-year term is Ian MacPhee of Abbeymoore Manor Bed & Breakfast Inn. Returning to the Board for two-year terms are Lara Greasley of Comox Valley Economic Development and Tourism, Raymond Chan of Pacific Carbon Trust Transition, Jenn Bogwald of MNP LLP, and Jim Owens of JTO Hospitality Group.

Carol Ann Terreberry returns for the second year of her two-year appointment as Chair of the Board. Terreberry is the Operations Manager of Quadra Island Golf Club on Quadra Island.

“I would like to sincerely thank the Directors of Tourism Vancouver Island for their willingness to stand for election/appointment and volunteer their valuable time to establish the strategic direction and governance of the organization in order to positively move the organization forward in achieving the mission set forth,” said Terreberry.

Newly elected directors to the Board include Janet Clouston of Salt Spring Island Chamber of Commerce, Janet Docherty of Merridale Ciderworks Corp., Scott Littlejohn of Living Forest Oceanside Campground, Corene Inouye of Jamie’s Rainforest Inn, and Andrew Jones of Kingfisher Wilderness Adventures.

 

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