September 21st 2021
Bruce Williams, CEO of the Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce, is one of Vancouver Island's most recognizable faces. As a public figure and former broadcaster, he is known for his integrity, altruism and unique ability to create successful partnerships and collaborations.
Williams is well known for his impeccable communication skills. His in-depth knowledge of economic development and strong connections to leaders and decision makers have made him an effective engagement and development strategist for business, non-profits and First Nations. Williams’ background includes experience as a CEO, as well as diverse roles on senior management teams. He has chaired non-profit boards and spearheaded fund-raising campaigns.
April 6th 2021
Camosun Zoom Meeting 6 April 2021 (1).pdf
March 9th 2021
Camosun Zoom Meeting 9 March 2021 (12).pdf
March 23rd 2021
Camosun Zoom Meeting 23 March 2021.pdf
September 1st 2021
Steve’s formal training is as an Economist and much of his work has been in this area, in one capacity or another. He holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Western Ontario and a MA in Economics from the University of Victoria. After graduating in 2008, he spent some time in the Ph.D program at UVic while instructing in their Economics department, and teaching finance at Camosun College while studying for and completing the Level 1 CFA examination. Shortly thereafter, Steve spent a few years in various levels of government while also doing private consulting, working in different economic policy capacities. He is an Associate with Lighthouse Wealth Management.
GYRO Speaker Notes - Steve Gaskin - Sept 1, 2020.pdf
April 23rd 2020
Ken has served on numerous boards and commissions dealing with health care. He has a deep interest in infectious diseases. In 2004 he received the Governor General of Canada award for, in part, “Through a variety of roles, he has displayed a profound dedication to overcoming the most challenging issues facing our health care system”.