Published On: Wednesday, 01 November 2017
Esquimalt Chamber Elects New Board of Directors
- Chris Edly is president of the Esquimalt Chamber of Commerce.
ESQUIMALT - At its September AGM, the Esquimalt Chamber of Commerce voted in a new board. Positions have been decided and the roster looks like this:
The new president is Chris Edley CD P.Eng. Although new to the Chamber, he is no stranger to economic development and working with companies to identify and implement resources that support growth.
Vice President is Ken Armour. Ken is an Executive Director with the Ministry of Finance, and brings a wealth of experience working on economic development and public policy.
Past President Bill Lang is staying on with the board and will be continuing to share his wisdom and experience of his past seven years as President.
The Secretary is Meghan Major, who is the branch manager of the Esquimalt Royal Bank.
Treasurer Willow Thompson will continue in that position.
Helen Edley is a master at social media marketing and will be taking on the lead for communications.
Ash Knightly is serial entrepreneur who owns a mixed commercial/residential building in Esquimalt.
Stephanie Ritchie is Employee Benefits Analyst with Integrated Benefit Solutions, and as a past business owner understands the needs of small business.
RJ Senko is a government relations and communications specialist and a veteran of the Esquimalt board including a recent Vice President position.
And last, but not least is Don Linge is the principal of Donald Linge Personal Law Corp, and has spent many years on the Chamber’s board.
This new board is energized and ready to provide Esquimalt businesses with a Chamber that makes a positive difference like never before. Come and check out the Esquimalt Chamber, follow them on Facebook and sign up for their newsletter to keep up to date!