Louise Tremblay has been a resident of White Rock / South Surrey for the last 20 years.
She has over 30 years of experience in general business management in industries ranging from environmental to telecommunications and energy, playing diverse roles in executive and general management, business development, sales and marketing and operations.
In 2012, she joined the non-profit sector as Director of Development for The Semiahmoo Foundation, an organization that supports Semiahmoo House Society. She is also the Founder of Collaborate Global, a consulting business providing an array of management services to corporations and non-profit organizations. At present, she has a contract with the BC Association of Community Response Networks where she is responsible for creating and mentoring networks of agencies concerned with the abuse, neglect and self-neglect of adults. Her clients have ranged from government to emerging and growth oriented companies.
Louise holds a Master of Arts in Leadership degree from Royal Roads University in Victoria, in addition to attending other personal development and business oriented courses over the years. Her volunteering activities have included working for organizations providing services to seniors and people with disabilities and translating social science books for children with learning disabilities. In 2013, she was elected on the board of directors of Seniors Come Share Centre in Surrey.
Louise’s philosophy is that leadership is not necessarily about hierarchy. Leadership is spirituality. It’s about individuals arriving to a conscious state that culminates to the strong and genuine desire to develop humanistic and inclusive values.