Board of Directors


Bruce Hayne
President

Bruce is Executive Director of the Boating BC Association. He has a great deal of experience at the government level, having served as an elected Municipal Councillor with the City of Surrey over a seven-year period. In his capacity with the City, he chaired the Investment and Innovation Committee as well as Parks, Recreation & Sport Tourism. An accomplished business owner in Surrey for more than 20 years, Bruce also served as President of the Surrey Board of Trade, President of Sources Community Resources Society, and is currently President of the Sources Foundation. He attended Ryerson Polytechnic University and is a lifelong musician. He has lived with his wife and family in Cloverdale since 1993.


Norm Attridge
Vice-President

Norm is a recently retired Financial Executive, latterly with Envision Financial, where he served in the capacity of Assistant Vice-President, Business Banking. In that role he fostered strong relationships with Sources and other local Charities and Municipalities, and involved Envision Financial in the betterment of local communities. He brings more than 35 years of business experience and proven skills in the areas of leadership and business development, serving in progressive positions with Envision Financial, TD Bank and RBC in a number of locations across Canada. Outside of work, Attridge is an active community volunteer—he recently completed his third term on the National Board of Directors for Junior Achievement of Canada and teaches classes in entrepreneurship and financial acumen. He recently completed his term as Chair of the Agricultural Committee with Surrey Board of Trade. A life-long learner he is currently enrolled in the Music Program at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

Shelley Williams
Treasurer

Shelley is a chartered accountant and former financial executive at several multi-national companies, including Finning International and Fletcher Challenge Canada. She is also an experienced accredited director, having served on boards in the banking industry, insurance industry, LNG industry, as well as the BC Securities Commission. In the community, Shelley has been a passionate advocate in the post-secondary sector, and has served as the Chair of the Douglas College Board. She has also been a member of the Pacific Blue Cross Foundation Board, and an active volunteer in the curling community.    Shelley and her husband have lived in the Township of Langley since 2013 and are thrilled to be a part of the SOURCES family.

Megan Knight
Secretary

Megan was born and raised in Cloverdale, BC one of 14 children. She moved to White Rock in 1979 and graduated from Semiahmoo High School in 1980.  After graduating from UBC, Megan opened up her own Notary Public office and has been running her business in the South Surrey, White Rock area since 1998.   Megan was a White Rock City Councillor from 2014-2018.  She and her husband have raised 5 children and now have 4 grandchildren.  She stays very active in her community and enjoys serving on the Sources Foundation Board.

Chuck Keeling
Director

Chuck Keeling literally grew up in the horse racing/gaming industry. His family and outside partners owned several race tracks, and Keeling started working in the business when he was eight-years-old and continued through school and university. Through some untimely deaths in the family, Keeling was thrust into the position of managing the company’s two racetracks by the time he was 24. Shortly thereafter, he led the eight year campaign to secure slot machine approval, both municipally and provincially, for horse racing in the province. In late 2004, Great Canadian Gaming successfully acquired these race tracks and retained Keeling to oversee the company’s horse racing interests. In 2013, they appointed him Vice-President, Stakeholder Relations and Responsible Gaming to oversee the company’s relations with government, communities, charities and the media, as well as oversee the company’s responsible gambling programs. He has had the privilege of sitting on multiple non-profit boards, is married and has a 13-year-old daughter who is more demanding than his full time job will ever be.

Srinivasan Rajagopal (Raj)
Director

Raj was born in Southern India. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and Master’s degrees in Hydraulic Engineering (India) and in Mechanics and Hydraulics (USA). He came to Canada in 1973 and now lives in White Rock where he is retired but still provides worldwide assistance in subjects of his expertise. Raj has extensive experience at senior levels in the World Bank, United Nations Specialized Agencies and the private sector, on irrigated agriculture, hydropower development and integrated water resources management, and development aspects around the world. Raj has been a member of the Rotary Club of White Rock since 2014 and was Club President in 2016-17. Through Rotary, he has participated in various community service projects and led teams to raise more than $175,000 through Charity Book Sales. A multiple Paul Harris fellow, Raj chairs the club’s International Services and Special Projects Fundraising Committee, the Canada-Tunisia Inter Country Cultural Committee of Rotary International, and was elected as Rotary District 5050’s District Governor for 2022-23. Raj enjoys tennis, trekking and general hiking – he climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in the eighties and went up to Mount Everest’s base camp eight years ago. In addition to serving on the Sources Foundation Board, Raj is also a Director of New Bridge Academy.

Tracy Redies
Director

Currently the President and CEO of Science World British Columbia, Tracy spent much of her career leading complex financial institutions, serving as CEO of Coast Capital Savings Credit Union and, before that, Executive Vice President and Head of Personal Financial Services of HSBC Bank Canada. In 2017, she joined the B.C. Liberal party as MLA, Surrey-White Rock serving as Finance Critic for the Opposition. Tracy has served on the University of Victoria board of governors, the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation board, and as a corporate director for BC Hydro. She was also a past director of the Vancouver Board of Trade and the Sauder Advisory Council.  Tracy and her husband have strong ties to the Surrey-White Rock area, having raised four children there.  She enjoys horse-back riding in her spare time and is an avid dog lover and horse racing fan.

Rob Taylor
Director

Rob is a partner and portfolio manager at Lions Gate Private Wealth Counsel, affiliated with HollisWealth. His firm provides discretionary investment management, estate and legacy planning, and tax and retirement planning support to a broad and growing network of individual clients and businesses. He and his partners have been regular contributors to various community support organizations such Covenant House and the Union Gospel Mission. Together with other advisors within their branch, they have participated in fund raising events in support of amazing local and international charities such as Make-A-Wish, Ovarian Cancer Canada, The International Justice Mission, Habitat for Humanity, Canuck Place Children’s Hospice, and others. Rob is BC born, raised in Kelowna, and has been living in Vancouver for the past 40 years. He is married to his wife, Eileen, and they have two daughters and one grandchild. In his spare time he enjoys golf, recreational hockey, and travel.

Grace Chiu
Director

Grace Chiu joined Scotiabank in October 2019 and is a member of the senior leadership team responsible for devising, developing and implementing marketing, sponsorship and public relation communication strategies and tactics that contribute to the growth and success of the BC & Yukon Region.

Grace has held progressively senior roles in the for profit and not-for-profit industries with organizations such as the Vancouver Canucks, VANOC, Canuck Place Children’s Hospice, Canadian Cancer Society, Vancouver Whitecaps FC and St. Paul’s Foundation.

She is passionate about creating an inclusive culture, sourcing and developing diverse talent and building high performing teams that focus on delivering results. Grace completed her undergrad at Simon Fraser University and MBA at Trinity Western University.