Caronlina Ibarra has been named the new Chief Executive Officer of Pacifica Housing, one of Vancouver Island’s largest non-profit housing provider. (Caronlina Ibarra/Twitter)

Pacifica Housing names Carolina Ibarra new CEO

She will begin her role on Jan. 13, 2020

One of Vancouver Island’s largest non-profit housing providers appointed a new Chief Executive Officer on Wednesday.

Caronlina Ibarra says she’s thrilled to join Pacifica Housing to help tackle the critical work that helps improve the lives of many people struggling to make ends meet.

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While in her previous position at Vancouver’s Brightside Community Homes Foundation, Ibarra and her team designed and implemented a community development initiative focused on improving housing stability. She has also overseen the development and execution of a strategic real estate development plan that aims to double the number of affordable homes Brightside provides over the next decade.

READ ALSO: 82 new rental units available in Colwood

She will begin her role on Jan. 13, 2020.



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