Board of Directors

Shelley Williams

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, and currently serves on the boards of the Bank of Canada, Boston Pizza Royalties income Fund, and Technical Safety BC. Her past board service has included the BC Securities Commission, as well as boards in the banking, insurance, and LNG infrastructure industries. 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 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.

Marlyn Graziano
Vice President
Marlyn is a former Senior Executive with expertise in strategic communications, issue management, stakeholder relations, community engagement and fundraising. After 25 years working in media as a Journalist, Editor, Editorial Director and Publisher, Marlyn joined Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2013, serving in a number of roles, including Vice President, External Affairs and CEO of the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Foundation. Marlyn is passionate about community, and has an unwavering belief in the transformative power of philanthropy. Her community work has included serving on the Boards of a number of charitable organizations, including the Surrey Christmas Bureau, KidSport and the Langley Community Farmers’ Market Society. She was also a Director of the Surrey Board of Trade, a member of the community council of Langley’s Gateway of Hope, and continues to serve as a volunteer with the KPU Foundation. Marlyn previously served on the Board of Sources Community Resources Society, including one year as President, and is delighted to have the opportunity to work alongside the outstanding team of Directors at the Sources Foundation to raise funds to support the incredible work of Sources as it continues to create Social Wellness For Our Community.
Bruce Hayne
Past 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.
Mike Braun
Mike has over 35 years of public accounting experience. He focuses on providing taxation and business advisory services to high net worth, owner-managed and family businesses, estates and trusts. Mike is involved in a variety of businesses and business ventures, but specializes in incorporated professionals, construction contractors, real estate developers, product manufacturers, importers and distributors. He is often called upon to speak publicly on various tax, estate, financial and business topics. Mike has been active in community organizations serving as a board member, executive member and volunteer for health care foundations, community social service agencies, amateur athletic associations, public schools and chambers of commerce. He has also spent numerous hours serving as a coach to various amateur athletic teams. Within DMCL Mike serves on the firm’s Management Advisory Board which oversees the strategic, operational and financial objectives of this professional services firm. He formerly served as the Information Technology Partner and lead the firm’s initiative in paperless office, cloud computing, ERP system development, convergence of databases and remote workspace solutions allowing us to more efficiently and effectively service our client engagements.
Chuck Keeling 
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.
Curtis Christopherson

With over 20 years of qualified experience in the health and fitness industry, Curtis is the owner and CEO of Innovative Fitness, North America’s largest network of premium personal training studios. In addition to his brick and mortar business, he is the founder of WRKOUT, a user-friendly digital solution that empowers fitness professionals to prescribe personalized protocols and products to drive meaningful results.

While leading the businesses, Curtis has completed extreme adventures and some incredible physical feats. For example, Curtis has competed in a 100km Del Sahara desert run, several Half Ironmans, over 18 marathons, been on the podium for multiple adventures and knocked off some international hikes such as the West Coast Trail (in 21 hrs), Machu Picchu, and Kilimanjaro. He has also been a part of a team that cycled across Canada (which set a Guinness Book of World Records) and Australia to raise over a million dollars for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

To date, Curtis and his team have raised and contributed over 6 million dollars towards non-for-profit organizations and community charities. 

Grace Chiu

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.

Paul Cope

For more than three decades, Paul Cope has been immersed in the grocery retail industry where he is a highly respected leader. As the senior vice president of retail operations for Save-On-Foods and a member of the executive committee for Pattison Food Group, Paul models the company’s mission of Always Customer First with exceptional service to his customers, team and community. A driven and highly engaged leader, Paul possesses a broad understanding of the grocery retail business with a focus on operational excellence. He has been recognized with several of Save-On-Foods’ top leadership awards and holds an executive management and leadership designation. Outside of the office, Paul and his wife Gillian are proud parents to two daughters who also work for Save-On-Foods.