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2019 / 2020 BCRPA Board of Directors

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Our Past Presidents

BCRPA Past Presidents & Years Served

We feel it is important to recognize those whose dedication and hard work have helped lay the foundations for our excellence.

  Jennifer Wilson 2017-2019
     
  Heather Turner 2016-2017
     
  Darryl Condon 2015-2016
     
  Ron Higo 2014-2015
     
  Gord Pederson 2013-2014
     
  Murray Kopp 2012-2013
     
  Leslie June 2011-2012
     
  Dean Gibson 2010-2011
     
  Lori MacKay 2009-2010
     
  David Graham 2008-2009
     
  Tom Osborne 2007-2008
     
  Patti Murray 2006-2007
     
  Susan Mundick 2005-2006
     
  Doug Henderson 2004-2005
     
  Kate Sparrow 2003-2004
     
  Ken Kreiger 2002-2003
     
  Betty Johnston 2001-2002
     
  Kate Friars 2000-2001
     
  Barry Reid 1999-2000
     
  Monty Holding 1998-1999
     
  Patti Hunter 1997-1998
     
  Earl Erickson 1996-1997
     
  Anne Titcomb 1995-1996
     
  Brian Storrier 1994-1995
     
  Agnes Szilos 1993-1994
     
  Janna Taylor 1992-1993
     
  Ken Yates 1991-1992
     
  Nancy Chiavario 1990-1991
     
  Ron Austen 1989-1990
     
  Mike Murray 1988-1989
     
  Doug Brimacombe 1987-1988
     
  Kevin Pike 1986-1987
     
  Gary Young 1985-1986
     
  Bob Vaughan 1984-1985
     
  Eric Broom 1983-1984
     
  Mike Brow 1982-1983
     
  Al Argent 1981-1982
     
  Doug Thring 1980-1981
     
  Marguerite Morrison 1978-1980
     
  F. Jack Boutilier 1977-1978
     
  Norma Sealey 1975-1977
     
  Bill Webster 1973-1975
     
  Les Spooner 1972-1973
     
  Bert Linder 1971-1972
     
  Harold Moist 1967-1971
     
  Gordon Squire 1966-1967
     
  Al Thiessen 1965-1966
     
  Don Cunnings 1963-1965
     
  Bruce Saunders 1962-1963
     
  Elmo Wolfe 1960-1962
     
  Ray Gould 1959-1960
     
  Bob Osborne 1958-1959

 


BCRPA CEO

Rebecca B Tunnacliffe

With a career leading provincial organizations at the executive level, Rebecca Tunnacliffe is best known for her engaging, inspirational and creative leadership style. Rebecca’s reputation is built upon a long-standing and tenacious commitment to advancing the vision of organizations and the interests of their constituents. Her strategic and tactical approach to administration elicits greatness from individuals and teams alike.

As CEO of the British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association, her focus has included broadening relationships within provincial government and other sector partners, strengthening and engaging Association members, increasing funding and program opportunities, and creating a high-performance and inspired team culture at the board and staff level.

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In her former position as CEO of the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia, Rebecca raised the profile of the profession and the voice of the professionals. Membership quadrupled in her term, member services deepened and diversified, and members considered her a role-model of leadership. Similarly, in her position as the first Chief Staff Officer with the University Women’s Club, Rebecca established a strategic plan with operational goals that both met and anticipated members’ interests.

Rebecca holds a Master of English degree from Queen’s University, worked in publishing, and as an Associate Producer for the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. She can often be found cycling, enjoying her yurt, or exploring the parks and trails around her home on Bowen Island.


The CEO's Third Thursday Missives are sent monthly to BCRPA Members by email. They can be found here (Members-only resource).

 


AGM Material

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