Victoria Foundation adds two to board

Kyman Chan and Patrick Kelly join the board as new directors, and Michael Cridge, Sang-Kiet Ly and Erin Shaw as committee members.

The Victoria Foundation board is bolstering its ranks with new members.

Kyman Chan and Patrick Kelly join the board as new directors, and Michael Cridge, Sang-Kiet Ly and Erin Shaw as committee members.

Chan is a chartered accountant. He was born and raised in Victoria and has a well-developed sense of community that he demonstrates through his volunteer roles including as a board member, committee member, and coach. His past appointments include board chair of Camosun College, treasurer of the Royal and McPherson Theatres Society, and council member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of B.C.

Kelly is a member of the Leq:amel First Nation (Sto:lo Nation.) He operates a private consulting business providing services in economic, community and organizational development, governance, planning and management. In addition to his role with the Victoria Foundation, Kelly volunteers extensively.

Cridge and Ly join the foundation’s finance and audit committee, while Shaw has been appointed to the  community engagement committee.

Completing his term on the board is Bob Worth. Past-chair Deirdre Roberts will continue to sit on the board along with returning board members Andrew Jackson, Karen DeMeo, James Darke, Mia Maki, Mary Mouat, Ian Wong, and Grace Wong-Sneddon.

 

Chuck Burkett remains as president of the foundation’s honorary governors.

 

 

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