Chris trumpy CHAIR
Chris has more than 30 years of experience in public service. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Certified General Accountant designation and while working for the provincial government was Deputy Minister of the Ministries of Finance and Corporate Relations; Provincial Revenue; Sustainable Resource Management, and Environment. He has also been Secretary to the Treasury Board. Chris currently sits on the boards of Puget Sound Energy and Coast Capital Savings Credit Union.
JOHN MACMILLAN President
John has been the President of 94FORWARD since 2007. In this role John relies heavily on his experience as a high performance coach with the National Rugby Centre (1998-2005) and the Canadian Men’s National Team (RWC 2003 Australia). John works closely with the Olympic coaches and performance directors while advising the Board on the financial management of the fund and the annual spending programs. Prior to being a professional coach John attended York University and the National Coaching Institute-Victoria.
PETER LOCKIE secretary / treasurer
Peter Lockie holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Edinburgh and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland. He is currently President of Inverleith Consulting Inc., which provides a range of management consulting services. Previously Peter worked at Camosun College for fifteen years, most recently as Interim President and prior to that as Vice President, Administration and Chief Financial Officer. He is personally committed to community involvement and has been on the Boards of the United Way of Greater Victoria, the Victoria Cool Aid Society and the Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence. He is a lifelong recreational runner.
ROBIN RICHARDSON DIRECTOR
Robin Richardson recently retired after twenty-three years as Senior Vice President of Scott Plastics Ltd, and was a founding member of the Sidney North Saanich Industrial Group. He is currently President of RPR Consulting, Specializing in Family Business Succession Planning and Business Organization and Growth. Robin is a longtime supporter of field hockey at the local, provincial and national level including Manager of the Men’s National Field Hockey side. He is a current Director of the Victoria Open Golf Society (Bayview Place/Cardtronics PGA Tour Canada Open) and a former Director of Field Hockey Canada and PacificSport Victoria.
Lynn Hannah Director
Lynn is a senior financial executive with extensive experience in governance, investment management, client relationships, business strategy, and communications. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant and has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario. Previously, Lynn worked at the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation, most recently as the Senior Vice-President, Consulting and Client Service. She has also worked at the Ministry of Finance for the provincial government, as well as a large international accounting firm in Toronto and Vancouver. Lynn currently sits on the Investment Committee for the endowment funds of Queen’s University.
ROBIN Dyke DIRECTOR
Robin is working on his next act as a poet. Most recently he served as an Adjunct Professor at the UVic Gustavson School of Business.
He has worked as a consultant and executive in and with a broad range of organizations, industries and countries which has included real estate development, consumer goods, fast food, forest products, retailing, publishing, hospitality, engineering, international development, utilities, technology and government.
Robin served as a Venue Chair for the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria. He has a MBA from SFU and a BA from UBC.
Kyle Hamilton director
Kyle has been a lawyer with Cook Robert LLP since 2011. His practice focus is on litigation and dispute resolution in the areas of employment, real estate, business, and professional liability.
Before practicing law, Kyle was a member of the Canadian National Rowing Team for seven years. As captain of the men’s eight, he led his crew to the World Cup points title in 2007, and World Championship gold that same year. Kyle’s rowing career culminated at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he played a key role in helping his crew win Canada’s first gold medal in the event in 16 years.
Terry Farmer - June 1995 to June 1999
Susan Brice - June 1999 to February 2001
Jim Reed - February 2001 to August 2005
Don Manning - August 2005 to December 2012
Chris Trumpy - December 2012 to present
Terry Farmer - Chair
Harri E. Jansson
Past Board Members