Our Board of Directors is comprised of 7-9 volunteers who meet four times per year to discuss issues dealing with the governance of DGS. Their role is to promote the well-being and ongoing development of DGS, and the best long-term interests of its members.
The Executive Director of DGS is responsible for implementing Board directions and ensuring that our operations are consistent with Board policies. The Executive Director provides advice and support to the Board, reports on operations, and seeks Board approval when required.
We are seeking Delta residents who wish to join our Governance Policy Board of Directors.
Applicants must have an interest in leading and governing rather than being involved in how the Society operates on a day to day basis. If you are a visionary with a positive attitude, open to opportunity, a team player, and interested in helping Delta become an active and healthy community, our Nominating Committee wants to hear from you.
To contact the DGS Board, please send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Term: 2016-2018
Second Term: 2018-2020
Greg is married with two children, and is the General Sales Manager for the Floor Coverings Division at Jordans. His volunteer experience includes volunteering as a Search and Rescue Coxswain with the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue (RCM-SAR) organization for the past 23 years. He has served on the Board of Governors for the last 9 years, and is currently the Chairperson of the board. RCM-SAR is Not for Profit, all volunteer organization that operates more the 35 marine rescue stations on the British Columbia coast and in the BC interior. These highly trained volunteers are on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and are a key part of the Marine Search and Rescue system, who respond to over 800 marine emergencies every year.
Greg is passionate about volunteering in his community and hopes his board experience will be of value; “I am very excited to be able to contribute in any way to a great organization that is such a big part of the community”.