Jane Hungerford, Director
Jane Hungerford is Dene/Métis and is a driven community service member for more than 40 years. Jane has a Bachelor of Education from the University of British Columbia (UBC). She has received numerous ‘Special Honours’ awards for her community involvement and to name a few: Order of British Columbia 2014 – British Columbia’s highest civilian honour and The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal 2013 – National award for outstanding community service. Jane has many years of sitting on numerous Boards in the Greater Vancouver area such as: Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, Bill Reid Foundation, BC Cancer Agency, Inspire Health, and many more. Her involvement within the communities in the sectors of fundraising, Business, Health, Aboriginal-focused, Education, and Community-driven initiatives truly shows Jane’s passion and commitment to ensuring a vibrantly healthy community moves forward in the right direction.
Mercedes Wong, Director
For more than 30 years, Mercedes Wong has devoted significant time to service in her community. As a dedicated volunteer, Mercedes has been a director for organizations as diverse as the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, the Yaletown Business Improvement Association, Vancouver Society of Children's Centre and G & F Financial Group (Gulf and Fishermen's Credit Union). Her activities are not limited to credit unions and real estate. She has also served as President of the Star II Bingo Association, a community organization that works with 36 local charities, and is the President, Rotary Club of Vancouver Fraserview 2014-25.
Marge White, Director
Marge is an active member of Huu-ay-aht First Nation Government. Retired in 2005 and active in the Aboriginal community since 1957. Founding member of the Friendship Centre movement, serves as Senator for the National Association of Friendship Centres, founding member of the Elder Council for BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres; Vice President for Luma Native Housing; Founder and retired Executive Director, Circle of Eagles Lodge Society. She was the first Aboriginal person appointed as a Citizenship Court Judge and worked as an Investigator for the BC Ombudsman specializing as advisor on urban Aboriginal issues. Presently sits on the Ministry Advisory Council for Aboriginal Women (ending violence against Aboriginal women).