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CMSD82 News Release – Virginia Fuller, Secretary Treasurer Appointment – Feb. 1, 2020

 

The Board of Education for Coast Mountains School District is pleased to announce the appointment of Virginia (Ginger) Fuller to the position of Secretary Treasurer effective February 1, 2020.

A resident of Terrace, Ginger’s background includes 20 years of financial management and leadership experience in corporate settings, non-profit, and small businesses encompassing 16 years in the public sector.  Ginger’s experience working and liaising with First Nation governments will complement the responsibilities and duties in her role as Secretary Treasurer. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant certified by the Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia.

The Secretary Treasurer plays an important and key role in the operation of Coast Mountains School District.  Ginger’s proven ability to manage multiple responsibilities in government settings, her extensive experience as a solutions-focused leader and competent team player will prove invaluable in her new role.  She brings a wealth of financial expertise to the role and a solid understanding of how systems work and how important it is to focus district decisions on what is best for learners.

Ginger looks forward to joining our educational community and to begin developing relationships that will make it possible to continue the good work already taking place in the school district.

Coast Mountains School District is fortunate to have an individual of Ginger’s calibre joining the District Leadership Team.

We extend our congratulations to Ginger on her new position and welcome her to Coast Mountains School District.

 

Janet Meyer
Acting Superintendent of Schools

 

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