Board of Directors


We welcome all members of the public to join us

Live Well Prince George Society (LWPGS) is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, who are elected by the organization’s members. We welcome all members of the public to join us, and we do not collect any membership fee as part of our commitment to inclusivity. 


The Board has a broad range of responsibilities
  • Mission & Vision

    Establishing the organization's mission and vision.

  • Planning & Financials

    Providing strategic planning, financial oversight, risk management.

  • Undertaking initiatives

    Undertaking initiatives to enhance the organization's participation in the community.

  • Dedication to the society

    Responsible for the society as defined by the Societies Act and Live Well Prince George Society Constitution and Bylaws.

  • Services & Programs

    Ensuring adequate support is in place for the delivery of all services and programs.

  • Processes & Decisions

    Ensuring budgeting, planning and decision-making processes are adhered to.

  • Events & Programming

    Engaging in special events, workshops, and activities.

  • Support & Volunteering

    Supporting and volunteering at community programs and project.

Board Members

The board members are elected by the membership for a one-year term and can be re-elected on an annual basis. The current Board of Directors is as follows.

  • President

    Margaret Jackson

  • Vice President

    Maya Fosseneuve

  • Treasurer

    Marvene Layte

  • Secretary

    Phoebe Kingsley

  • Director

    Etsuko Sudo-Rustad

  • Director

    Maria Rossi

  • Director

    Rozanne Sinclair

  • Director

    Auroara Leigh

  • Executive Director

    Ismet Ersoy







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