RCH Foundation announces new Board of Directors

THE Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation on Tuesday announced the members of its volunteer Board of Directors for 2021/2022. This includes the appointment of Cameron Belsher as Chair and Norm Taylor as Vice-Chair, as well as Hema Bhatt and John Clinton as Directors.

The Foundation offered its sincere appreciation to Tom Corsie, whose term as chair has ended but remains on the board, as well as to Frank Butzelaar and Doug Eveneshen, whose terms on the board have concluded.

The 2021/2022 Board of Directors includes:

  • Cameron Belsher – Chair

Partner, Group Head M & A, McCarthy Tetrault

  • Norm Taylor – Vice-Chair

Vice President & Managing Director, Real Estate Finance, BC Region, CMLS Financial

  • Catherine Ruby – Treasurer

CFO, Collingwood School

  • Jennifer Podmore Russell – Secretary

Vice President Advisory

  • Jeff Norris – President and CEO

President and CEO, Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation

  • Hema Bhatt – Director

Vice President, Natu’oil Services Inc.

  • Dr. Sukh Brar – Director

Cardiac Anesthesiologist and Cardiac Intensive Care physician, RCH

  • John Clinton – Director

Principal, Tin Can Creek Creative Corp.

  • Tom Corsie – Director

Vice President, Real Estate, Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

  • Farid Rohani – Director

Principle, Promerita Group

  • Dr. William Siu – Director

Neuro and interventional radiologist, RCH

  • Emily Taylor – Director

Chief Financial Officer, British Pacific Properties Limited

  • Rana Vig – Director

President & CEO, Blue Lagoon Resources

  • Fred Withers – Director

Chief Development Officer (Ret.), Ernst & Young LLP

As BC’s leading critical care hospital, one in three British Columbians rely on Royal Columbian Hospital. It is the only hospital in BC with trauma, cardiac, neurosciences, high-risk maternity and neonatal intensive care on one site.

Since 1978, donors to Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation have helped fund priority equipment needs, facility enhancements, research, education and innovation at Royal Columbian Hospital.

Visit www.rchfoundation.com for more information.

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