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About Elizabeth

Community Development & Organizing
  • Founding member of ICAL
  • Developed systems and procedures that supported volunteer participation while establishing clear expectations and accountability
  • Designed & implemented skill building workshops to increase participant leadership capacity
  • Designed and facilitated community workshops for children, youth and adults
  • Developed partnerships and alliances with community organizations
  • Successfully worked with diverse groups of people of abilities, ages, cultures, and financial backgrounds
  • founding member of Speakout Productions, winner of CCTA Award for Current Affairs Documentary: Fight Back, Vancouver Transition House
  • Community video productions, for example documentation of community projects
Project Management
  • Successful Community, Popular Education development
  • Ensure that a project is on time and within budget through effective planning and tracking
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Meeting and Group Facilitation Skills

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About Ron

Founding member of ICAL

After retiring from a teaching career at Kwantlen University College, Ron has volunteered to help the Intergenerational Project because he sees mutual benefit for youth and older adults when they have the opportunity to interact. However, in the past, there have been no organizations devoted to promote and assist these interactions.

His past activities include: an assistant director of sports at the Manitoba Home for Boys, the principal of a K-12 school, and as a psychometrician and counselor with the Saskatoon Public School Board before joining the Douglas College/Kwantlen College faculty.

Ron is the father of three children and, with his wife Gloria, grandparent to 10.


About Gloria

Founding member of ICAL

Mother of three children and grandmother to 10, Gloria continues her commitment toward children and young adults. Throughout her working career, she volunteered as a day care helper and took on the roles of Sunday school teacher and coordinator of Sunday school within the United Church.

She worked at various banks, ran a trucking company and was manager of the office staff of a large retail chain. Now retired, Gloria continues her volunteering efforts.

Gloria believes that the Intergenerational Project will enrich the lives of both youth and adults.


About Larry

Community Development & Organizing
  • Founding member of ICAL
  • Community organizing in core of Detroit Michigan. For example set up neighborhood safety committee
  • Founding member of Vancouver Non-violence Training Collective. For example designed workshops to increase participants' ability to cope effectively in stressful situations
  • Founding member of Mount Pleasant Community Gardens in Vancouver, working with diverse cultural and age groups to create a welcoming community space.
  • Designed and facilitated Retirement workshops to groups and professional organizations
  • Current Vice Chair of the Langley Seniors Resource Society
  • Over twenty-five years post secondary teaching; currently teaching a group focused social psychology course emphasizing team development, mini workshops emphasizing decision making and conflict resolution.
  • Held Psychology Department Chair in addition to ongoing extensive experience chairing committees to facilitate group solutions.
  • Five years on Kwantlen University College Education Council with the goal to maximize democratic decision making

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