GGC Board Governance
GGC Board of Directors:
Our Board of Directors are the Chief Councillors or appointed representative of each of the member Band Councils, namely the Gitanmaax, Glen Vowell, Kispiox and Gitanyow Bands. The services provided by GGC are direct to the four-member Bands however they do collaborate on many different levels with the independent Bands in the Northwest.
The GGC Board meets monthly – should you desire time on their agenda please contact Diane McRae for more information.
The four-member Bands web pages are linked below – just click on the community logo.
The GGC Board of Directors are the Chief Councillors of each band:
Gitanyow: Tony Morgan, Chief Councillor, the 8 Councillors are: Sidney Derrick, Tyrone Hill, Trista Morgan, Ben Russell, Jason Derrick & Jacqueline Smith (term expires June 2021)
Gitanmaax: Tracey Woods, Chief Councilor. The 12 councilors are Roger Sterritt, Veronica Green, Jackie Green, Mavis Sebastian, Tamara Stoney, Crystal Muldoe, Toni Muldoe, Martha Wilson, Bonita Danes, Logan Maitland, Ang Smith, (term expires June 2020).
Glen Vowell: Tony Sampare, Chief Councillor. The 4 Councillors are Jennifer Sampare, Peter Van Tunen, Barbara Huson & Robert Sampson (term expires March 2022).
Kispiox: Cameron Stevens, Chief Councillor. The 9 Councillors are Heather Harris, Lance Stevens, Vic Stevens, Cheryl Williams, Stuart Barnes, Darlene Clayton, Kevin Stevens and Gwen Weget, Joron Muldoe. (term expires July 2019).
The roles and responsibilities of a band council are outlined nicely in this short document. GGC has worked with each of the four band councils and went through a three-step engagement process with community members of each community to create a band council governance policy and an orientation manual. Here is the title page of the presentation.
Vision and Mission Statement
Working together to create healthy, sustainable and prosperous communities”
“To provide effective and efficient technical and advisory services to our Communities to achieve their goals and objectives in the areas of: