Rod is a Fellow of the Institute of Canadian Bankers and has a BA (Political Science) and LL.B degree from the Philippines where he practiced law before immigrating to Canada in 1980.
Norm Goldstein moved to Richmond in 1994, and has since served on the Board of the Richmond Jewish Day School, co-chaired the Incentive Parents Groups at MacNeill High School, and coached in the Richmond Cosom floor hockey league.
Michael Starchuk has lived in Richmond all his life.
Kenny Chiu studied Computational Science at the University of Saskatchewan.
Jonathan Ho immigrated to Richmond from Hong Kong in 1997. He currently works with TD Bank Financial Group and has done so since the year 2000.
Grace Tsang is a Certified Financial Planner and has two children; one attending Hugh Boyd Secondary and the other at UBC.
Our children deserve the best education that we can provide.
Donna Sargent has been a resident of Richmond for over 25 years and has been actively involved with the Richmond School District since 1991.
As a Richmond resident since 1982, I am honoured to be completing my second term as School Trustee, currently serving as Vice-Chair for the Richmond Board of Education and as chair of many board committees.
Friends: I've learned some years ago that it's not what you know, it's whether you care.
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Peter Mitchell is a 30 year Richmond resident and graduated from Richmond High School, Burnett Secondary, Brighouse Elementary School.
Born and raised in Richmond, I aim to provide a voice on council for the citizens in our community.
As Richmond's Mayor during the past decade, Malcolm Brodie has provided leadership, vision and experience. A lawyer and civic volunteer by background, Malcolm has served as a Metro Vancouver Director as well as Translink Director and Board Chair.
Elected for 3 terms as school trustee, serving 7 years as Chairperson, I bring experience, leadership skills, a strong work ethic and a common sense approach.
I am married with one grown son and have lived in Richmond since 1975. I started community volunteering six years ago when I retired. I believe community engagement and social justice sustain a healthy and inclusive community.
A Steveston resident since 1970, Linda Barnes has raised two children in the community and has two grandchildren.
It's an honour to have returned to Richmond Council in 2008 to represent you after serving in provincial office as MLA.
I am Jun, a new Richmonder originally from South China.