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Board

BOARD

 

The Squamish Access Society’s Board is compromised of a minimum of three directors and a maximum of eleven. A majority of the directors must be residents of Squamish.

The current incumbants are:

  • Marc Bourdon
    Squamish
  • Jack Fieldhouse
    Squamish
  • Toby Foord-Kelcey – President
    Squamish
  • Emilisa Frirdich 
    Squamish
  • Todd Gerhart – Secretary
    Squamish
  • David Jones 
    Vancouver
  • Travis McClinchey – Treasurer
    Vancouver
  • Krissy MacKay 
    Squamish
  • Brian Moorhead – Vice President
    Furry Creek
  • Luke Zimmerman
    Squamish

 

The board is assisted by a number of associates:

  • Brian Owen – Trail building
    Furry Creek
  • Nyrie Waddell – Visitor surveys and outreach
    Vancouver
      • George Hanzel – Chainsaw operator
        Squamish

LATEST NEWS

  • SAS VP Brian Moorhead is BC Parks Volunteer of the Year
    BC Parks have recognised Squamish Access Society vice-president Brian Moorhead as their 2017 “Volunteer of the Year“. Along with society secretary, Todd Gerhart, Brian is one of the two members of SAS’s board who have served since the society’s inception. Brian’s award primarily recognises his work at...
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  • 2018 letter to Dos re summer camping
    Squamish Access Society often finds itself caught between the legitimate desire of summer visitors to camp close to the climbing and the equally legitimate concerns of residents about the locations some campers are choosing. We would like to see government agencies adopt a coordinated proactive strategy that...
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  • SAS joins FMCBC
    SAS has joined the Federation of Mountain Clubs of BC as an associate member. There are several reasons....
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  • Follow-up submission to DoS re west of river access
    The following letter was sent to the District of Squamish as a submission to council’s second reading of the 2040 Official Community Plan. ——————————————————————————– “At a board meeting of Squamish Access Society on 18th February, the board voted to continue engagement with the District on the topic...
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