EC Board of Directors

EC 2020 – 2021 Directors List

President - Colin Campbell

Colin is a has been. Has been Director of Planning and Program planning for BC Parks, BCs Director of : Outdoor Recreation, Fitness, Sport, Recreation, Heritage Conservation, Archaeology: U.VIC Geography Prof, Board Member MEC.

Secretary- Mel Turner
Vice President - Nancy Wilkin

Mel worked with BC Parks for 30 years starting as a research officer. He prepared some 75 park and ecological proposals and 75 management plans for BC’s protected area system.  More recently, he has worked on international, national, provincial and regional protected area projects.

Nancy L. Wilkin retired Assistant Deputy Minister, Environmental Stewardship Division, Ministry of Environment (October, 2008) and retired Director of Sustainability from Royal Roads University. (March 31st, 2018). Read more here.

Director - Bev Ramey

Bev enjoyed a career as park planner with Greater Vancouver Regional District; then over the past two decades as Board Director with BC Nature and Nature Vancouver. She and her husband volunteer as park hosts in Kakwa Provincial Park (northeast BC) and as Ecological Reserve Wardens for Fraser River Islands near Chilliwack.

Bill Henwood

Director at Large – Mark Haddock 

Mark Haddock is a retired lawyer who practised environmental and natural resources law in BC for over 30 years. His practice included laws relating to parks and protected areas, wildlife and species at risk, land use, environmental assessment, forestry and other natural resources. He managed a BC Parks marine campsite construction project at Pitt Lake (Golden Ears and Pinecone Burke), and before law was a recreation planner and wildfire fighter with the BC Ministry of Forests.

Director at Large – Wayne Stetski 

 

Wayne Stetski is a leader in conservation and knowledge of government. He has devoted his life to helping people and working with, and for, the environment. Read more here. Read more here.

 

Director at Large - Victoria (Tory) Stevens

Tory is retired from BC Parks after 2 decades as a Protected Areas Ecologist. She is continuing to work on projects having to do with climate change and biodiversity loss.