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Louis De Jaeger
Louis De Jaeger is currently President of Snowdog Enterprises Inc. operating award-winning Bravo Restaurant & Lounge in Chilliwack, BC for the past 11 years. Among his obsession with keeping his award-winning wine list up to date (6-time winner of the Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival Wine list Awards) his passion for cooking has garnered Bravo with 4 Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce Dining Excellence Awards and the 2011 Outstanding Achievement for Aboriginal Business in BC. “The key to being successful in business is in the relationships we build with our customers, suppliers, community and our employees.”
Louis participates on the Board of Directors for the Chilliwack Business Improvement Association, Chilliwack Bar Watch Committee Chair, Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce Member, Chilliwack Metis Association Member, on the Advisory Committee of Culinary Education at UFV, and joined the Board of Directors for Stó:lō Community Futures in November, 2013.
Louis is politically active as President of the Chilliwack-Hope Federal Liberal Riding Association, Aboriginal People’s Commission, and is an activist in supporting the education and awareness of our local natural resources in agriculture and sustainable aquaculture. Louis also mentors young chefs & entrepreneurs working closely with the Stó:lō Aboriginal Skills and Education Training (SASET) Program at Coqualeetza. “Few entrepreneurs ever achieve anything worthwhile without help…being able to connect and collaborate fosters relationships built on trust and inspires creative hubs”.
How to become a SCF Board Member
Stó:lō Community Futures is looking for new Board Members, as we currently have vacancies that need to be filled.
The Board of Directors for Stó:lō Community Futures provides the processes and tools necessary for a meaningful volunteer experience for individual Directors, while assisting the economic growth and advancement of Stó:lō communities and stakeholders.
Please contact our office if you are interested in becoming a volunteer Stó:lō Community Futures Board Member.