CLBC Editorial Board


The CLBC Editorial Board was created in 2013 to ensure meaningful participation of individuals and families in the on-going work of CLBC.

The Editorial Board helps to ensure the perspectives of the people CLBC serves are present in the development of CLBC’s communications, publications and other CLBC related projects and initiatives. Board members support CLBC communications and community relations by helping to bring information from CLBC to their communities and vice versa.

You can click here to read the Editorial Board’s Terms of Reference.

Help Wanted: Currently, the CLBC Editorial Board is looking for new members. Click here to learn more, and to apply.

Here are some the different CLBC projects the board provides advice on:

  • Celebrate Diverse Abilities distributed to over 2000 people across B.C.?
  • CLBC Website accessibility, design and content
  • ? Partnership with Self Advocate Net
  • ? Community Living Month events, Annual Report and WOW Award themes?
  • ? social media tools including Twitter and Facebook
  • ? publications like brochures, posters, books, documents on-line
  • ? CLBC Scholarship fund applications
  • ? Speaker’s Bureau of self advocates
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