Welcome to the 2020-2021 Rotary Club of Burnaby team! Hover your cursor over an image for more info on this year's directors dedicated to opening opportunities in and out of Burnaby:
 
Samantha

Samantha Kwong, Club President.

As a realtor and person, Sam is dedicated to opening the doors of homes and hearts and continuing the club's local and international projects, such as raising $6000 for COVID-19 PPE for Bali medical staff.

Peter

Peter Beynon, Stalwart Secretary.

Engineer of oil platform tech, minutes, bulletins, and club accountability. Beyond managing club business, Peter was our club's champion for the $150,000 Foreshore Park Fitness Circuit project.

Doug Rennie

Doug Rennie, Admirable Administrator.

A deliverer of good news, good will, and good service, administrative or otherwise. Doug is known for his tireless support for Burnaby Rotary projects and initiatives.

Vikki McKay

Vikki McKay, Trusted Treasurer.

As an audiologist and club treasurer, Vikki is known for her "sound" judgment including spearheading the Bali Sound of Hope project to train deaf kids in Indonesia with vocational skills.

Val Liddle

Val Liddle, Director of Membership.

A globetrotter directing potential members, her clients in Single Travel's Club, and district interactors to new destinations and heights.

Teresa Lung

Teresa Lung, Director of Community and International Service.

Teresa is dedicated to Burnaby whether through financial services, the Lunches for the Homeless Program, or the Heart of the Matter Fundraiser.

Claire Peacock

Claire Peacock, Director of Youth Services.

Claire's early experiences as an Interactor, Rotary Youth Exchange Student, and RYLA participant guide her in her role as Director of Youth Services. She is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Simon Fraser University where she works on international environmental agreement design.

Ryan McBride

Dr. Ryan McBride, Director of PR.

Ryan brings his experience in data science research in preventing hazards such as power outages or toxic leaks, as a Rotaractor Community Service Director and Rotary Community Corps representative, and as a university instructor in rambling too much about math and philosophy.