Board of Directors
As of October 2018
Dan Spinner is a long time social entrepeneur, consultant to Canadian and US non-profits and an executive coach. Dan has over 30 years in non-profit mangement including a number of key appointments including Vice President of a major Toronto area hospital and as Vice President at Royal Roads University. Dan has managed Foundations with over $80 M in assets and overseen eight different building projects for non-profits.
Vice Chair - David Bennett
David has lived in the south Vancouver Island area since 1970. He has been a decades-long volunteer in the communities he has lived in with his family. He retired in 2006 after 36 years as a classroom teacher andelementary school administrator. David and his wife live in Sooke, where he was on Council from 2008 to 2011. He has been on the PCFSA Board since April, 2009.
Alison is a retired lawyer who ran a private family law business for decades. She sings in a choir and performs at seniors’ housing complexes. Alison has been on the PCFSA Board since 2008.
Director - Ravi Parmar
Ravi was a leader in the student community in High School and was successful in his campaign for a new Belmont High School. Since graduating he has worked at the office of NDP MLA John Horgan and is an elected School Trustee. He is continuing his studies.
Director - Ashley Bertsch
Ashley is a Senior Commercial Insurance Advisor at a local credit union and has 11 years of experience in the industry. She is also the co-founder of Women's Inspired Group, a local women's group in Victoria, as well an Independent Consultant with Arbonne. This world traveler enjoys meeting new people and learning about their lives, making a connection with them to grow her personal connection in the local area. She grew up for most of her life on Vancouver Island with some time spent in Edmonton, Kelowna and Vancouver, out in nature and explore all of the secret places in this world. She is very excited to be serving on this board of directors and look forward to the future.
Director - Norma Strachan
Norma Strachan has more than 30 years of comprehensive experience working in the non profit sector in the area of employability training and labour market programs. She has significant experience with a variety of governance and human resource management models and extensive knowledge of the variety of community service organizations throughout BC. She has been a strong advocate to both provincial and federal governments for the value of community based services and developed a provincial association that provided networking, professional development and contracting opportunities.
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