For Immediate Release
Nov. 7, 2022
VANCOUVER, B.C. —The Greater Vancouver Board of Trade appointed its 2022-23 board of directors today during its 135th Annual General Meeting.
Radha Curpen, Vice Chair and Managing Partner of Bennett Jones’ Vancouver office, National Leader of ESG Strategy and Solutions and co-head of the firm’s Environmental Law Practice has assumed the role of Chair of the organization for the next 12 months, while Juggy Sihota-Chahil Vice President Consumer Health, TELUS, has been appointed to the role of Senior Vice-Chair.
In total, the board contains 36 B.C. business leaders spanning a wide range of industries and sectors. The new board of directors exceeding the requirements contained in the Government of Canada’s 50-30 challenge, which was adopted in January 2021, achieving gender balance and significant representation of under-represented groups.
A high-resolution image of the 2022-23 board is available for download here.
See the full list of directors and their bios at boardoftrade.com/directors.
About the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade:
Since its inception in 1887, the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade has been recognized as Pacific Canada’s leading business association, engaging members to positively impact public policy at all levels of government and to succeed and prosper in the global economy. With a Membership whose employees comprise one third of B.C.’s workforce, we are the largest business association between Victoria and Toronto. We leverage this collective strength, facilitating networking opportunities, and providing professional development through unique programs. In addition, we operate one of the largest events businesses in the country, providing a platform for national and international business and thought leaders to further enlighten B.C.’s business leaders.