Board of Directors
Serving on LEPS’ Board of Directors is a
rewarding and important responsibility.
Board members hold various types of experience, and each one is expected to contribute his or her unique talents and experience to the Board. In this way, the board maintains a diverse and comprehensive skill set.
A term on the Board is 2 years, at which time a director may seek re-election or step down. All members of LEPS’ Board of Directors are volunteers.
Current Board of Directors:
Tracy Stobbe, Chair- Tracy is an Associate Professor of Economics at Trinity Western University, and actively engaged in research examining the economic, environmental and social impacts of agriculture’s presence near cities.
Carrie Milsop– Director, Carrie designs salmon habitat compensation projects and liaises with government and non-profit groups on behalf of the Sumas First Nation.
Lionel Pandolfo, Director- Lionel is an adjunct professor in climatology in the Department of Geography at the University of the Fraser Valley in Abbotsford.
Ted Lightfoot– Director, Ted is a retired professional who was formerly a high school biology teacher.
Jenn Calado, Director- Jenn is a classroom teacher in the Langley School District.
Michelle Jackson– Director, Michelle has a PhD in Zoology and is involved in a number of conservation projects through A Rocha Canada and Trinity Western University.
Jennifer Adhika– Jennifer is the inventory manager at Nats, a large scale native plant nursery in Langley.
Darlene Sherwin, Director- Darlene was director on the LEPS board when the society first came to be. She currently works in Aldergrove at an elementary school and is an active member of the Bertrand Creek Enhancement Society.
Kevin Larsen, Ex-Officio- Kevin is a Manager at the Township of Langley in the Water, Resources, and Environment Department.