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Office of the Registrar of Lobbyists for British Columbia Advisory Committee Members

Geoff Morrison, Hill and Knowlton: 

Geoff Morrison is Vice-President of Public Affairs at Hill and Knowlton and leads the Public Affairs Practice in BC. He has provided advice and insight on policy and public affairs for over 15 years and has a deep knowledge and understanding of the economic and political landscape in BC and Canada. He is trained as an economist and resides in Victoria.

Serge Corbeil, Insurance Bureau of Canada: 

Born in Montreal, Serge Corbeil moved to BC in 1993. He is currently Government Relations Manager, BC, Saskatchewan and Manitoba for the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Before joining IBC, Serge was the Coordinator of Government Relations and Research at the BC Federation of Francophones.

Prior to moving to BC, he worked as Press Secretary and Special Assistant to the Minister of Labour and the Minister of Transport in Ottawa from 1989 to 1993 and for a Member of Parliament from 1985 to 1989. He started his professional career as Editor-in-Chief of a weekly newspaper on the South Shore of Montreal.

He received a college degree in Arts and Media and a university degree in Liberal and Business Studies and has completed university courses in communications and public relations.

Kim Logan, TELUS: 

Kim Logan has more than 15 years of experience in public affairs, public policy and government relations. She currently serves as Director of Government Relations at TELUS, the largest telecommunications company in Western Canada. Prior to joining TELUS, Kim was the sole proprietor of Pulse Public Affairs, a government relations and communications consulting company she operated from 2004 to 2005. She provided advice and services to client organizations from corporate, non-profit and public sectors.

From 2001 to 2004, Kim served as the Ministerial Assistant and Chief Political Advisor to the Minister of Health Services in BC. In this role, she helped drive forward policy initiatives such as the consolidation of health authorities, and manage issues such as the SARS crisis and labour disputes. Prior to serving in government, she worked as a public affairs consultant for three years at Strategy Corp Inc., a government relations company based in Toronto, providing advice to clients in the health, transportation, natural resource, tourism, and municipal sectors.

Born and raised in Vancouver, Kim earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at the University of BC. Following graduation, she was selected for the BC Legislative Internship Program, an academic work program in Victoria, which led to a policy and research position with the BC Liberal Caucus and Official Opposition of BC.

Kim is an active member of her community. She was appointed to the Registration Committee for the College of Dental Hygienists of BC in March 2010. She has served as a Director on the Board of the Minerva Foundation for BC Women since 2006, and acted as the chair of its Victoria Branch from 2006 to 2007.

Kathryn L. Seely, Canadian Cancer Society BC/Yukon Division: 

Kathryn Seely is the Public Issues Manager for the Canadian Cancer Society BC/Yukon Division.

Summer McFayden, BC Federation of Labour: 

Summer McFayden is the Director of Political Action and the Executive Assistant to the President, Jim Sinclair, for the BC Federation of Labour. Summer also sits as a Commissioner on the city of Vancouver’s Planning Commission.

Prior to this, she was the BC Organizer for the Canadian Federation of Students, a non-profit entity.

She has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Victoria

Keith Bell, Keith Bell and Associates: 

Keith Bell is the Principal at Keith Bell and Associates, a Canadian government relations monitoring and consulting firm created in 1993.

Keith is also the publisher of the Policy Monitor Canada, which scans thousands of government web pages to find the latest policy announcements, regulatory and legislative consultations, governmental reorganizations and other relevant public policy news.

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