2020/21 Board of Directors

November 18, 2020

 

Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the selection of the 2020/2021 Board of Directors.

 The Chamber has completed their annual Call for Nominations to fill 7 Director positions on the 20/21 Board of Directors.  “The positions are a two – year term and staggered each election to ensure successful and transitional governance.” States Cheryl Montgomery, Executive Director of the FSJ Chamber.

This election we received 7 nominations for the 7 seats so all candidates will be acclaimed onto the Board.

 

New  Directors

 

Returning Directors Non Returning Directors
Adam Reaburn Justin McKinnon Amy Fraser
Chuck Fowler (incumbent) Justin Jones Paula Felix
Jennifer Snider Julie Roach-Burns Jesse Braun
Carina Wallis Judy Desjarlais Russ Beerling
Jared Braun Brenna Burns Nelson Stowe
Peta Best Julie Ziebart – Past President (non-voting) Christopher Flury – Past President (non-voting)
Brad Lussier   Miranda Flury – Appointed Director – Synergy

 

 

President Julie Ziebart says “I am pleased to welcome these exceptional leaders in our community to the Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.  I look forward to the fresh perspectives and valuable insight of our new board members as we continue our commitment to our members and the region’s business community.”

The new Directors begin their terms on December 8, at the regular Meeting of the Chamber Board.  Our annual Speaker Lunch with Mayor Ackerman Swearing In, will be a virtual meeting.

Please watch for date and time details.

 

For more information, please contact:

Cheryl Montgomery                                                                                                  

FSJ Chamber of Commerce

250-261-4486

info@fsjchamber.com

www.fsjchamber.com

 

 

About Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce

The Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce is the leading business advocacy and business resource organization in the North Peace Region. With a membership of 400 businesses, The Chamber dedicates its resources to Communicate, Collaborate, Educate, Advocate and Celebrate.

 

Enhancing businesses to build a stronger economy and a stronger community.

 

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