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Willy Hall - Board Member
Willy Hall is from Skowkale First Nation. He graduated from the British Columbia Institute of Technology in 1986 with a Bachelor of Business Administration. Willy’s first job out of university was as a Band Manager for Skowkale First Nation from 1989 to 1991. In 1991 Willy started as the Finance Manager of Stó:lō Nation Canada. In 1994 he became the Executive Director of Stó:lō Nation and has held this position for the past 23 years. Over these years Willy has actively taken part in numerous other boards related to Stó:lō Nation, holding various positions under these boards.
He is the owner/operator of two businesses; a propane delivery company and Aboriginal Financial Consulting Firm specializing in property taxation.
Willy married Lisa in 1998 and is the father of three children. Willy is actively involved in all of his children’s interests, attending soccer games, driving to art class, and has also been volunteering his time with the Fraser Valley Rep Rugby team. When he finds time he keeps active either hiking, playing squash or baseball and also enjoys playing chess and poker.
Willy looks forward to his position with the Board of Directors of Stó:lō Community Futures.
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.