Christine Campbell is a local businesswoman who owns and operates C Campbell Agency, a company that offers bookkeeping and business development support. For many community members, Christine is the go-to person for assistance on a variety of levels -be it project management, social media marketing, systems troubleshooting or accounts management and bookkeeping.
Born in Squamish, Christine is known as a steadfast volunteer for many local events and an avid participant community member well known to the many people and businesses she has worked with over the years. She has years of experience working as the Executive Director of the DSBIA for 4years. Christine's common sense and years of experience working and living in Squamish will contribute to the board's consistency and her personable nature will keep people smiling.
Rob Weys has lived in Squamish for over a decade with his wife Jill and their three children. They decided to live and raise their family in Squamish for its affordability, nature, activities, and proximity to Vancouver and Whistler.
Rob has worked for Danone, Canadian Springs, Yellow Media, and the Freundenberg Group. He has also worked with FATD Canada promoting business abroad, as well as starting and running a local business in Squamish – Haymack Autoglass. Through these roles, Rob has gained extensive experience in business development, management, operations, and marketing.
He has worked closely with federal agencies, provincial ministries, municipalities, foundations, charities, First Nations, and numerous Chamber of Commerce Groups throughout the province. He is currently a Director with the Squamish Youth Soccer Association, Tantalus Wellspring Society, and a member of the Squamish Breakfast Club - these groups promote and support youth programs within Squamish.
Glen has more than 18 years of corporate Sales and Marketing experience. His leadership, desire and passion compliment the unique and experienced Pin Point Production team.
Flexible and client-focused, his goal is to make sure every client that enlists Pin Point's talents will have an experience beyond their expectations. He does so by ensuring he has a clear understanding of your business and marketing objectives and by working with his team to create the appropriate plan of action that supports those objectives. His strong project management skills will have you fully informed and provide you with a clear understanding of the production process.
Community involvement includes volunteer coach for Squamish Youth Soccer.
Jamey moved to Squamish in 2012 with his wife and young son. They moved to Squamish to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle and settle in a community where their family could grow.
In an effort to integrate in the Squamish community, Jamey has joined the Squamish Helping Hands Society board of directors and was recently appointed Treasurer.
He has worked in the banking industry for 10 years - the last 5 years as a commercial account manager - and he would like to bring his experience and understanding of business needs to the Squamish Chamber of Commerce. Jamey’s career has given him the opportunity to successfully work in team environments, build and nurture working relationships, and act as a trusted advisor to growing businesses.
John French was born and raised in Squamish. He left the community briefly to train and gather experience in the broadcast industry. After working at Northern B.C. radio stations in the late 1980s he was hired to work as a reporter for Mountain FM covering news and events in Pemberton, Whistler, Squamish, throughout Howe Sound and along the Sunshine Coast. After more than a decade in the radio industry he moved to print journalism working with The Squamish Chief and later Pique Newsmagazine in Whistler. In 2009 during the planning phase for the Olympic Winter Games, VANOC lured him away from journalism. Through to 2010 the Olympic organizing committee had him working in media and community relations. Woodfibre LNG hired French in January of 2015 as the Manager of Community Relations. He now works out of the joint WLNG/FortisBC Community Office in Squamish. In his personal life, John and his wife Heidi are raising a son and a daughter.
Eric Andersen is a research & communications consultant and translator (from several languages) who has worked in the forestry, wood products and transportation industries around B.C. and internationally. He is a representative of Chamber member and local umbrella organization Squamish & District Forestry Association.
A long-time resident, Eric has been a busy volunteer in a number of community organizations and projects – in environmental, cultural, recreational and other areas, from Streamkeepers, Squamish CAN to Curling Club and Arts Council. Eric is committed to fostering an inclusive, integrated vision of the community and local economy – existing and new; Industry, Tourism & the ‘Experience Economy’, and a thriving small business Services and Retail sector.
Having history of being a successful business person, and now a member of the business community in the Corridor as well as calling Squamish his home, Scott wants to help this community succeed. Having the opportunity to bring Howe Sound Chrysler to the Sea to Sky Corridor, Scott has had the privilege of being able to give back, support and, partner with about 15 organizations since arriving in the community.
Scott is committed to supporting the community and would like the opportunity to help it grow. Being an import and not a long term resident of Squamish he believe that he has a different perspective on situations and will be able to bring some fresh ideas to help the Chamber be of assistance to the community and its members.
Throughout the years I have been involved in various ways in Squamish. First arriving in Squamish I lead the Squamish Scouting organization for over 5 years in roles of leader for Beavers, Cubs and Scouts, Registrar, and bookkeeper along with organizing and bringing a group of scouts to their Jamboree in PEI. Being involved with the various components of the Waterfront Development, Squamish Community Foundation, and Leadership Sea to Sky along with being a team member of Quest University Canada since 2001 has allowed me the opportunity to meet many great people in the Sea to Sky Corridor.
My interest in becoming a Director comes from being a proud resident of Squamish for 8 years and a desire to further contribute to this amazing place we call home. My community involvement to date includes the following and I am interested in enhancing my involvement by taking an active role in supporting business, economic growth and diversification as our community continue to grow.
Squamish Valley Photography Club (Club Member – June 2010 to present; Director – March 2013 to February 2016)
Squamish Off Road Cycling Association – SORCA (Member & Volunteer – May 2009 to present)
Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup Event Coordinator (September 2011 to present)
I offer a solid business background, with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Saskatchewan and 15 years of transportation, logistics & supply chain management experience from various positions with Canadian Pacific Railway and Squamish Terminals. I have excellent communication, teamwork and networking skills and feel it is important to continue connecting with all the new faces in the ever changing Squamish business community.
My Name is Luis Palmero; I co-own and operate Oxygen Yoga and Fitness in Squamish. One year ago, we decided to open in Squamish, from the moment that we started construction, Squamish community started to grow in my heart, being a business owner at first is very hard and intimidating when it comes to a community that you're not part of, nor you live in. Therefore, in the winter of 2015, I decided to move to Garibaldi Highlands. We are proud to say that Oxygen Squamish has brought many people together.
As members part of the SCC, we've attended numerous events, sponsored the Lunch with the Mayor, as well as one or two Socials. Our mission is to work within the community. We've been part of the West Coast Yoda Foundation, the Children’s' Festival, Private and Public School fundraisers, sponsors for Angie Vazquez Realtor, and have worked with corporations such as Anytime Fitness to bring fitness together.
In my personal time I go to university, finishing my Molecular and Cellular Biology degree with a minor in Business Administration with a focus on Marketing Brand Innovation and Development. I have a personal interest in Brand Innovation and community awareness. Hence, I would like to bring new, young, innovative, eco-friendly ideas to the Chamber, as well as getting more business involved in the events and part of our community. There is lots of potential with Squamish to have local businesses part of a great Chamber. I am a tri-lingual speaker, English, Spanish, and German, with a background in the Food and Services industry as well as Fitness Industry.