Hornby Island Local Trust Area Trustee Corner

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Meet your Hornby Island Local Trust Committee

Sue Ellen Fast

Chair

E: sfast@islandstrust.bc.ca

T: 1-604-833-2418

Alex Allen

Hornby Island Trustee

E: aallen@islandstrust.bc.ca

T: 1-250-335-1129

Grant Scott

Hornby Island Trustee

E: gscott@islandstrust.bc.ca

T: 1-250-218-2323

About Sue Ellen Fast

Sue Ellen Fast is in her second term as a municipal trustee and councillor for Bowen Island Municipality. This follows a career in nature education and visitor experience planning, and 20 years as an active community volunteer including serving as chair of the Bowen Island Conservancy and other committees and groups. As well as serving on Bowen Council, Sue Ellen is a vice chair of the executive of Islands Trust and the Islands Trust Conservancy; and chair of the Hornby, Denman and Gambier local trust committees.

About Alex Allen

Alex Allen is serving his third term as a Hornby Island Local Trustee and is a member of the Trust Programs Committee, and the Ferry Advisory Committee. This term, he is looking forward to having big discussions with the community on housing, vacation rentals and everything in between. Beyond politics, Alex manages the Hornby Island Co-op Gas Bar and edits Hornby Island’s local monthly paper, The First Edition.

About Grant Scott

Grant Scott is serving his first term as Local Trustee for Hornby Island. His appreciation for Hornby, and all gulf islands, comes from 30 years operating a small salmon troller in the Salish Sea with his wife and two daughters. When not fishing, he is involved in land-use planning and forestry, with various government levels, including First Nations. Most recently, he has worked with Conservancy Hornby Island, seeking a more sustainable and ecosystem-based approach to conserve and protect herring, which are essential for the salmon and orcas in the Salish Sea.

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