Jamie moved to Revelstoke this summer to take on the role of Executive Director at the Chamber. Originally from Kamloops, she completed her Bachelor of Tourism Degree at Thompson Rivers University. Her previous work experience includes working for a small manufacturing/technology company both on the production line and in marketing, working at the Kamloops Chamber of Commerce as the events coordinator and most recently working with the Economic Development Arm of the City, Venture Kamloops, as a Business Retention & Expansion Specialist. She hopes to bring her past experiences working in economic development and Chamber of Commerce to this new position in an effort further support the amazing business community here in Revelstoke.
What makes Revelstoke home? The strong sense of community and vibrant energy.
Marketing Manager, Tourism Revelstoke
Meghan moved to Revelstoke in 2009 and joined the Chamber of Commerce in August 2011 as the Tourism Marketing Coordinator. She originates from Toronto, Ontario and graduated from Dalhousie University with combined undergraduate degrees in Business and Sport/Recreation studies. Her background includes work in outdoor recreation, tourism, and international events; including a stint with the World Lacrosse Federation, the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Organizing Committee, and the Freeskiing World Tour.
What makes Revelstoke home? A passionate community, the abundance of year-round outdoor recreation opportunities, and the laid back lifestyle.
Contact Meghan for:
- Marketing initiatives and Print Advertising opportunities
- All Revelstoke publications (Vacation Guide, City Map, Trail Guide, Conference & Convention Guide)
- Kiosk Advertising opportunities
- Summer Ferry racking
- Revelstoke Website and Mobile Site
- Photography and Film
- Social media
- Conference, Convention, and Event planning & promotion
- Media Kit and Media Tours
- Sport Tourism
Team Leader / Reception
Lorraine and her family moved to Revelstoke in 1994 and joined the Chamber of Commerce team in 2014. She is originally from Vancouver and lived in Kelowna for a few years. Her background is in banking, internet based vacation rentals and accommodation. Since moving to Revelstoke Lorraine has volunteered with the Nordic Ski Club in the Jackrabbit Program, with Revelstoke Youth Soccer and held various positions on School District 19 Parent Advisory Committees.
What makes Revelstoke home? Family and friends, a welcoming progressive community and the wide variety of wonderful outdoor activities in our backyard year round.
Visitor Centre Team Leader
Guylaine visited Revelstoke for the winter 2009-2010 and went back to Quebec with a clear plan of moving to Revelstoke the following fall. She studied and practiced social work before travelling for several years during which time she worked in several sectors of Tourism. Shortly after moving to Revelstoke, Guylaine returned to social work for 4 years before taking the management position at the Visitor Centre.
What makes Revelstoke home? The energy and passion for a good lifestyle as well as the endless outdoor activities.
Board of Directors
Director Tracey Buckley
David Evans Ltd
Birch & Lace
Skookum Cycle & Ski