I am the owner of Mediability Corporate Communications, a corporate communications agency that has worked with some of the most forward looking businesses and organizations of the Shuswap.
In partnership with our clients, we get to develop meaningful creative marketing and communications solutions. Our work has been recognized with national awards. Curious to see what kind of work we’ve done over the years? Visit us here.
I’m also a part time professor in the Okanagan College School of Business. It’s an honour to work with the young people in our community. They are truly inspiring.
I have served on many non profit boards including Roots and Blues, Aspiral Youth Partners, and the Shuswap District Arts Council. I’m constantly dazzled by the commitment of the volunteers in this community.
Since elected in 2014 to Salmon Arm Council, I have chaired the Social Impact Advisory Committee, the Heritage Commission, the Shuswap Healthy Communities Coalition, headed up the Cultural Master Plan Taskforce and co-chaired the Housing Taskforce with Councillor Tim Lavery. I was also appointed as alternate director for Salmon Arm on the CSRD. Along with Mayor Harrison, I am a city liason with our First Nations and am the council representative to the Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce. In 2018, I was appointed as a Trustee for the Okanagan Regional Library. I am also a Director at Large with the Southern Interior Local Government Association.
So, what does all this mean? I’m dedicated to the work and have been entrusted with leadership on important matters to the City. It’s complex and compelling work and I hope I’m selected to keep doing it. This committee work is critical to building healthy and productive relationships and cities are best served when elected officials work closely with subject experts.