Volunteer Prince George is currently recruiting board members. Please see below links for information on our board and to apply to become a member of our team.
COREY WALKER (President), KRYSTAL ETTER-LEASON (Vice-President), VACANT (Secretary), MICHAEL ALLAN, SHIRLEY DESJARDINES, KCAILEEN ELLIOT, MELISSA LANG, CAMILLE MACDONALD, JUDY NEISER,
COREY WALKER President.
Corey was born in Quesnel, but has lived most of his life in Prince George. He has also lived in Fort St. John, Wells and Terrace, BC. Corey is currently the Prince George Branch Coordinatorfor the Autism Society of BC and serves the entire Northern BC area (thank goodness for phone and e-mail). Outside of work, his interests include snowshoeing, camping,cycling, hiking and eating. He is Past President of the Prince George Community Radio Society (93.1 CFIS-FM) and currently hosts three radio programs on the station each week, featuring bluegrass, gospel and traditional country music. Corey is an alumni of UNBC, having graduated with his BA in English and History in 2003. Corey also holds a Provincial Instructor Diploma from Vancouver Community College. As part of the Volunteer Prince George board, he hopes to grow the organization into the most successful volunteer centre in BC!
KRYSTAL ETTER-LEASON Vice-President.
Krystal is currently the operations manager for Huble Homestead/Giscome Portage Society where her responsibilities include volunteer recruitment and management, event promotion, budgeting and accounting, operations of the organization. She has a BA in History (UNBC) and has volunteered on the board of directors with the Northern Twisters Square Dance club for a number of years along with other organizations such as Big Brothers and the PG Regional Heritage Fair.
Kcaileen has been on the board of directors for the Nechako Community Theatrics Society since January of 2016, participating as a member since November of 2015. She has had previous experience with the Elder Citizens Recreation Association as part of their kitchen staff. She is also a well-trained dancer whom has done many volunteer performances over the last thirteen years, including performances in the Canada Winter Games.
Camille MacDonald is the living embodiment of the shift from traditional to digital media. Previously an anchor and reporter at CKPG, Camille struck out on her own in fall of 2016 to start PopMedia as an independent digital marketing expert. From the beginning, PopMedia found a home at the Hubspace.
Judy is the CEO of Spirit of the North. She is a recent alumni of the Ivey School of Business and was named one of 44 leaders in the Not For Profit Sector across Canada at the 2015 Community Shift in London, Ontario and has an extensive background in administration and finance. She is the proud mother of three grown children who have made their home in the Prince George area as well, and a very proud Nana to her two grandchildren.