Engineers and Geoscientists BC

Board Election

Voting for the 2023 Board election is now closed. The results of the election will be announced in the week of October 16, 2023.

All candidates selected to stand for election were approved by the Nomination Committee using a merit-based selection process. The Committee has nominated 5 candidates for the position of Board member.

This year, registrants will elect three (3) Board members, each to serve 3-year terms. The Board will elect the Chair and Vice Chair from among the elected Registrant Board members at the inaugural meeting.

To help you make an informed choice, candidate election statements are provided below. Election statements are not edited for grammar or typographical errors, but have been formatted for consistency. The opinions expressed by candidates are not necessarily those of Engineers and Geoscientists BC, but are permitted to ensure an appropriate and robust debate of the issues that may be of importance to registrants.

As per the Election Policy, the candidate names appear in alphabetical order in the election materials. The names on the ballot are listed in random order.

Candidate Statements

Board candidates (three to be elected)

Five candidates are running for the office of Board member. The three candidates in this category receiving the largest number of votes will be elected to serve a 3-year term as Board member. You may vote for up to three (3) candidates for the position of Board member.

Continuing Board members

The following Board members will be continuing their terms on the Board: Karen Ling, P.Eng., Mahsoo Naderi-Dasoar, P.Eng., Mark Porter, P.Eng., Struct.Eng., and Jens Weber, P.Eng.  Mark Adams, P.Eng. will continue for 1 additional year in the role of Immediate Past Chair.

The following government appointees are continuing their term on the Board: Leslie Hildebrandt, ICD.D, LLB and Emily Lewis, CPA, CMA. The recruitment process for two new government appointees is currently ongoing and the new appointees will be announced in the fall.

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