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Board Members

PRESIDENT

Vi Hughes (B.A., M.Ed.) is a former Vancouver elementary school principal, sessional instructor in reading at UBC, and Faculty Associate in Education at SFU. She has written several children’s books and is Past President of CWILL BC Society. She advocates for initiatives that support early literacy development.

VICE-PRESIDENT

Kathryn Shoemaker (Ph.D.) is the illustrator/author of over forty children’s books and an adjunct professor at UBC. She was President of The Endeavour Society and The Canadian Mental Health Association, served on a range of non-profit boards including The Vancouver Writers Festival, and is the co-chair of the Vancouver Children’s Literature Roundtable.

SECRETARY

Michael Hayward (B.Sc., M.Pub.) has worked in IT Services for the University of British Columbia and for Simon Fraser University. He was one of the first graduates in SFU’s Master of Publishing program, and is also a Contributing Editor at Geist magazine.

TREASURER

Grant T. Smith has been a CPA for 15 years and is currently a Partner at Clearline Chartered Professional Accountants. He focuses mainly on building plans and implementing strategies for his clients so they can focus on things that matter most to them.  However, before his CPA years, Grant earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts at York University and worked as a production manager revitalizing theatre through-out Alberta and Ontario.

AT LARGE

George Fetherling is a novelist, poet, and cultural commentator who has been a wide-ranging figure in Canadian literature since the 1960s. The author of 50 books, he has been called “a mercurial, liberal intelligence [...] the kind of which English Canada has too short a supply.” He lives in Vancouver.

Digby R. Leigh is a 32 year call lawyer whose firm (Digby Leigh & Company) is situated in Edgemont Village, North Vancouver. His practice is focused around helping people in business, a passion he extends to his work with the Young Entrepreneurs Symposium. Digby previously spent 10 years serving as the VP of Canada Basketball and currently sits on the board of the Thunderbird Football Association.

Editor-writer Frances Peck (MA, CPE Hon.) is a partner in the BC firm West Coast Editorial Associates. A long-time member and volunteer with Editors Canada, she teaches editing at Simon Fraser University and Douglas College and gives workshops across Canada. She’s a co-author of the HyperGrammar website and author of Peck’s English Pointers.

Rob Taylor is the author of the poetry collection The Other Side of Ourselves (Cormorant Books, 2011) and four poetry chapbooks. He is the co-founder of One Ghana, One Voice, Ghana’s first poetry magazine, and one of the coordinators of Vancouver’s Dead Poets Reading Series. Find him online at roblucastaylor.com.

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