Brenda Peacock, President
Holly Kavanaugh, Vice President
Rory Summers, Past President
Paul Raines, Treasurer
Cheryl Knippel, Director
Cleo Lajzerowicz, Director
I have lived in Prince George for over 20 years. My husband and I moved to Prince George to open a bike and ski store in the late 1990s. I spent the first decade of my life in Prince George working in Forestry Research and getting my Masters in Natural Resource Management. My husband and I both did a career change with the shift in economy and I was accepted into the Physiotherapy Program at UBC and he went on to Northern Medical Program and to become a local Family Physician.
After training, I came back to the North and I worked in the Hospital, and spent five years at the Child Development Centre after which I opened my own practice, Physio in Motion. My area of interest is Pediatrics and neurological conditions; I work with a variety of children and adults with special needs. I run a mobile clinic and see people in their homes, care facilities, and other community places. I do group exercise classes, such as the COPD SOB group at AiMHi, and I work for School District 91 and 60.
I have two young children and we enjoy the aspects of active life that Prince George has to offer.
Bryan Mix, Director
In 2005 he was the proud recipient of the BCASBO “Larry Ozero Leadership Award”, this award recognizes highest in ethics , competence and leadership contributions towards the profession and its’ membership. He is presently a director of the Host Society for the 2015 Canada Winter Games to be hosted by the City of Prince George in February 2015. He is the chair of the Sport and Venue Task Force and a member of the Finance and Audit Committee. Bryan has been involved in local organizations during his time in Prince George. Bryan is a six time grandfather all the grandchildren are under the age of five.
Fred McLeod, Director
Fred’s experience as a board member includes over a decade served as the northern British Columbia representative on the Health Sciences Association (a union of health professionals), many years on the First Baptist Church board, election to the School District #57 Board of Education in 2001 *by-election) and in 2002 election to the British Columbia School Trustees board for a 1 year term in 2004.
Fred and Jackie have 3 grown, married children with 6 grandchildren, all of whom live in Prince George. When he is not playing with the children, Fred enjoys gardening and wood working.
Mike Millard, Director
Glen Schmidt, Director