Four vibrant names

Vibrant Surrey has new board members who will serve three-year terms.

  • Nov. 25, 2012 9:00 a.m.

Vibrant Surrey, the authors of the Surrey Poverty Reduction Plan and a leader in the fight to reduce and eliminate poverty and its causes, have new board members who will serve three-year terms:

• Michel Pouliot, manager of Newton Youth Services, Pacific Community Resource Society;

• Stephen Dooley, director, The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research, Kwantlen Polytechnic University;

• Grant Rice, Community Consultant specializing in food security issues;

• Dina Lambright, Community Engagement Coordinator, Fraser Health Authority ;

• Susan Keeping, community consultant and co-ordinator of the Surrey Homelessness and Housing Task Force; and

• Gary Robinson, Executive Director of The Realistic Success Recovery Society.

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