Board of Directors

Judy Rogers

Chair, board of directors

Appointed by the federal government on the recommendation of the port user group

Ms. Rogers operates her own consulting firm, advising private, public and Crown corporations in government affairs and communications. She held the role of city manager of the City of Vancouver from 1999 to 2008. Ms. Rogers is chair of the board of directors of the B.C. Assessment Authority. She is past chair of the B.C. Housing Commission and the UBC Alumni Association, past president of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada, and served on the board for the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Ms. Rogers received the Order of Canada in 2017, and is the recipient of two United Nations public service awards. She has a Masters degree in Public Administration from the University of Victoria and an honourary Doctorate of Laws from Capilano University.

Bruce Chan

Member, board of directors

Mr. Chan serves on the boards of BC Ferries, Kinetrex Energy, and the TK Foundation, a private foundation supporting non-profit maritime and youth programs. He spent nearly 20 years in a variety of senior positions with Teekay Corporation, one of the world’s largest marine energy transportation, storage and production companies with offices in 14 countries and approximately 8,300 seagoing and shore-based employees. Prior to that, Mr. Chan was with Ernst & Young, LLC in Vancouver. He holds a Masters in Business Administration and is a Chartered Professional Accountant and Chartered Financial Analyst. Mr. Chan also currently volunteers on the Lions Gate Hospital Foundation Investment Committee, and as a search and rescue lifeboat Coxswain with the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue.

 

Mike Corrigan

Member, major capital projects committee
Member, human resources and compensation committee

Appointed by the federal government on the recommendation of the port user group

Mr. Corrigan is the chief executive officer of Interferry Inc., a global trade association representing the world-wide ferry industry with a mandate to promote ferry safety and share operational best practices across the industry. He gained extensive international experience in the marine transportation industry at BC Ferries, one of the world’s largest ferry operators, where he was the first chief operating officer in the history of the company, and later served as president & chief executive officer for five and a half years guiding BC Ferries through significant transformation in all aspects of its business. Before joining BC Ferries, he held various senior management roles at WestCoast Energy’s operations across Canada. Mr. Corrigan holds an MBA from the University of Victoria where he was awarded the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award for the business school.

Lisa Ethans

Member, governance and stakeholder relations committee
Member, audit committee

Appointed by the federal government on the recommendation of the port user group

Ms. Ethans is the founder of Deloitte’s National Indigenous Client Services practice. Her expertise includes the creation of First Nation wealth management and governance structures, trust structuring and administrative trustee services. Ms. Ethans often serves as an expert witness in judicial proceedings. Her community involvement includes an Indigenous mentoring program and an Indigenous scholarship fund. Ms. Ethans has served and/or is serving on numerous boards, including the Minerva Foundation, Chief Joe Mathias BC Aboriginal Scholarship and Junior Achievement British Columbia. She has also chaired or co-chaired approximately 20 Aboriginal community trust boards located across Canada, focusing on wealth management and long term investment of trust funds, community development and capacity building and stakeholder communications. Ms. Ethans is a fellow of the Chartered Professional Accountants of B.C.

Ken Georgetti

Member, board of directors

Mr. Georgetti is the principal at Montrose Consulting with over 30 years of legislative and policy experience.  His expertise includes labour relations and government policy at both the provincial and federal level as he serves as strategic counsel to the Canadian Strategy Group, and is the co-founder of Concert Properties and president emeritus of the Canadian labour congress.  During his 15-year term as the former president of the Canadian Labour Congress, he achieved significant legislative improvements for workers.  Mr. Georgetti has been awarded the Order of Canada, the Order of British Columbia, and the Queen Elizabeth II Golden and Diamond Jubilee Medals for his significant contributions to labour and public service.

 

 

Philip Hochstein

Member, governance and stakeholder relations committee
Member, major capital projects committee

Appointed by the provincial government

Mr. Hochstein is president of the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association of B.C. He currently serves on the provincial government’s Roundtable on the Economy and the Environment and is a member of the Asia Pacific Gateway Skills Table. Previously he was chair of the Coalition of BC Businesses, was on the board of directors for the SHARE Family and Community Services Society and the Consumer Protection Agency, and served on the British Columbia Construction Association’s benefit plan board of trustees. Philip earned a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Victoria and an honours degree in history from McGill University.

Carmen LobergCarmen Loberg

Vice chair, board of directors
Chair, human resources and compensation committee

Member, audit committee

Appointed by the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba

Mr. Loberg was the president and chief executive officer of NorTerra Inc., an Edmonton based investment and management company with investments in air and marine transportation, logistics, industrial supplies, and manufacturing, from 2000 to 2010. He is a director of Stuart Olson Inc. and McCoy Global Inc., and a former director of Canadian Helicopters Limited, HNZ Group Inc., and a number of private companies. He is also a former director of ArcticNet, a national organization of centres of excellence comprised of Canada’s leading universities, the Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation, and the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce.

Chief Clarence Louie

Member, board of directors

Appointed by the federal government on the recommendation of the port user group

Chief Louie is the Chief of the Osoyoos Indian Band, part of the Okanagan Nation in South Central British Columbia.  He is also the CEO of the Osoyoos Indian Band Development Corporation, which was formed to provide strategic direction to existing businesses and to seek new economic opportunities.  Under the direction of Chief Louie, the band has become a multi-faceted corporation that owns and manages 11 businesses, five joint ventures and employs one thousand people.  He attended the University of Regina (Saskatchewan Indian Federated College) in the Native American Studies Program and continued Native American studies at the University of Lethbridge, from 1979 to 1982.

Catherine McLay

Chair, major capital projects committee
Member, audit committee

Appointed by the federal government on the recommendation of the port user group

Ms. McLay is the chief financial officer and executive vice president, finance and corporate services at TransLink. Ms. McLay currently serves on the boards of Coast Mountain Bus Company, Transportation Property & Casualty Company Inc. and Providence Health Care. She has previously served on the boards of Vancouver Coastal Health Authority and Canfor Asia Corporation. Ms. McLay was the general manager for Canadian Forest Products Ltd., as well as the corporate controller for the Howe Sound Pulp and Paper Limited Partnership. She also served as the regional controller for Canadian Forest Products Limited in Prince George and as a senior field accountant for Deloitte & Touche. Ms. McLay is an International Certified Business Coach, a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CMA) and a graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors Directors Education Program.

Joanne McLeod

Chair, audit committee
Member, major capital projects committee

Appointed by the federal government on the recommendation of the port user group

Ms. McLeod is a former energy executive with Westcoast Energy Inc. and was vice president and treasurer when Westcoast Energy was acquired by Duke Energy. Previously Ms. McLeod worked in corporate banking for CIBC in the energy, regulated businesses and government sectors. She has extensive banking, finance and capital project experience. Ms. McLeod has served on the boards of directors of B.C. Investment Management Corporation and B.C. Transmission Company. In the not-for-profit sector, she was a member of the board of directors of the BC Cancer Foundation, St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation and the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs. Ms. McLeod holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Saskatchewan, a Bachelor of Laws degree from Queen’s University and is a graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors director certification program.

Craig Munroe

Member, governance and stakeholder relations committee
Member, human resources and compensation committee

Appointed by the federal government

Mr. Munroe is a partner at Pulver Crawford Munroe LLP and has been practising law in British Columbia for 20 years, advising companies in the resource, transportation, marine, construction and retail industries. He has extensive experience serving at the executive level in several organizations, as well as on professional and non-profit boards of directors. Mr. Munroe is the President of the Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers, and has served on the board of the Vancouver Bar Association, the Children’s Arts Umbrella Association, and the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a Juris Doctor from the University of British Columbia.

Penny Priddy

Chair, governance and stakeholder relations committee 
Member, major capital projects committee

Appointed by the 16 municipalities within the port authority’s jurisdiction

Ms. Priddy is the founder of Penny Priddy Consulting, a management consulting firm. She has more than 30 years of public and private sector experience, including as a Member of Parliament, Member of the Legislative Assembly, executive officer of a provincial not-for-profit organization, and a faculty member at Douglas College. She is a member of the Canadian Women Voters, and was the first female politician to be elected to all four levels of government in Canada: school board, city council, provincial legislature and the House of Commons. She continues to be involved as a community activist, most recently  elected to the board of the Children of The Street Society. She has a nursing degree and, in 2001, was granted a honourary Doctorate of Laws from Kwantlen University College for her service to British Columbians.