BC’s Engineering and Geoscience Regulator elects new council

by Keith Powell
Logo for Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia.

Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia is the regulatory and licensing body for the engineering and geoscience professions in BC. — Photo courtesy Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia

BURNABY, British Columbia, Oct. 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia has elected a new President and Council for the 2018/2019 term. The election results are as follows:

Executive

  • Katherina Tarnai-Lokhorst, P.Eng., FEC President Victoria, BC
  • Harlan Kelly, P.Eng., FEC Vice President Vancouver, BC
  • Caroline Andrews, P.Eng., CPA, CMA Past President Vancouver, BC

Councillors Elected for a 2-Year Term

  • Antigone Dixon-Warren, P.Geo. Councillor New Westminster, BC
  • Susan MacDougall, P.Eng. Councillor Victoria, BC
  • Brock Nanson, P.Eng. Councillor Kamloops, BC
  • Larry Spence, P.Eng. Councillor Trail, BC
  • Kevin Turner, P.Eng., FEC Councillor Kamloops, BC

Continuing Councillors

  • Doug Barry, P.Eng.  Councillor Fort St. John, BC
  • Catherine Hickson, P.Geo., FGC Councillor Burnaby, BC
  • Lianna Mah, P.Eng., FEC Councillor Burnaby, BC
  • Dr. Nimal Rajapakse, P.Eng. Councillor Vancouver, BC
  • Jeremy Vincent, P.Geo. Councillor Victoria, BC
  • Tim Watson, P.Eng. Councillor Vancouver, BC

Government Appointees

  • Suky Cheema, CPA, CA Councillor Vancouver, BC
  • Ken Laloge, CPA, CA, TEP Councillor Kelowna, BC
  • David Wells, JD Councillor Vancouver, BC
  • John Turner, P.Ag. (ret) Councillor Qualicum Beach, BC

Elected candidates will be formally inducted at the association’s 99th Annual General Meeting in Vancouver, BC, on Saturday October 20, 2018.

Engineers and Geoscientists BC is a regulatory body governed by its council of elected members and government appointees under the authority of the Engineers and Geoscientists Act. Council is accountable to the public through the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills, and Training, and is responsible for the governance and management of the association.

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