Community Living BC (CLBC) is pleased to welcome J. Alain (Al) LeFebvre of Prince George and Stephen Lee of South Delta to CLBC’s Board of Directors. Mr. LeFebvre begins his term immediately and Mr. Lee begins his term on January 1, 2023.
“I am pleased to have Alain and Stephen join us,” said Board Chair Michael J. Prince. “They bring exceptional leadership skills that will help CLBC to deliver its mandate. They also each bring lived experience as parents of individuals who live with disabilities. This makes them uniquely qualified to contribute to our efforts.”
J. Alain (Al) LeFebvre lives in Prince George. He is a retired Office Managing Partner with KPMG where he was an audit partner with clients in the public sector including healthcare, municipalities, local government agencies, education, not-for profit entities, charities, foundations and government funded organizations. He has served on Prince George Association for Community Living (AiMHi), the BC Association for Community Living (now Inclusion BC) and its foundation.
Stephen Lee lives in South Delta. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Musqueam Capital Corporation, a wholly owned entity of the Musqueam Indian Band. He is responsible for overseeing Musqueam’s extensive real estate and asset holdings. His experience spans 30 years in senior finance and leadership roles in various industries in private and public companies.
Both new board members have been appointed by Nicholas Simons, Minister, Social Development and Poverty Reduction, to three-year terms.
For more information about these Board members, please visit the CLBC website here.