Learn about the governance structure of the BC SPCA.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors oversees the affairs and business of the BC SPCA and establishes policies, rules and regulations to carry out the obligations and powers of the BC SPCA pursuant to the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act and the Constitution and Bylaws of the Society.
The Board is currently comprised of 16 volunteer directors, ten of whom are elected as regional directors and six of whom are elected as directors at large. Directors serve for a three-year term and are eligible for re-election. All directors must be members of the BC SPCA. We are currently seeking expressions of interest from British Columbians interested in serving on the BC SPCA's volunteer Board of Directors.
The composition of the current Board is as follows:
Community Councils, as elected members of their communities, form part of the governance structure of the BC SPCA. It is through the Community Councils that Directors are elected to the Society’s Board of Directors. Community Councillors build community support and interest in animal welfare through fundraising, advocacy, volunteer development, and education, thereby providing timely information that highlights Branch needs and initiatives as well as the overall goals and objectives of the Society.