2014 Program Alumni

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Nicole Boulet

Jamie Boyd

Originally from Ontario, Nicole moved to Victoria in the mid-’90s. Graduating from UVIC with a Bachelor of Commerce, she has worked in marketing and fundraising. She has volunteered with the Young Alumni Council as well as the YMCA-YWCA Development Conference.

Jamie started his schooling in England and has earned a BA in Political Science & History (UofT) and a certificate in Environmental Practice (Royal Roads). A stay-at-home dad to two sons, he worked at the Victoria West Community Centre part-time.

Judy Caldwell

Emma Cochrane

Earning her BA in Psychology (SFU) and her Ph.D. in Cognitive Science (UVIC), Judy began teaching at Camosun in ’98. Since 2010, she chairs the Psychology department at Camosun and in 2012, she began her MA in Leadership Studies at UVIC.

Emma grew up in La Paz, Bolivia, living there led her to pursue anti-poverty & social justice work. After completing a degree in Women’s Studies & Spanish, she worked in shelters for the Victoria Cool Aid Society and is now Coordinator of Case Planning for Shelters.

Gord (Gordon) Dimock

Monica Hammond


During his time in the CLDP program, Gord worked as an Operations Clerk at the CRD. Growing up in Sooke, Gord left for school across the country at Acadia University where he earned his BBA and his BSc in Mathematics & Statistics. 

Monica is born in Edmonton and moved to Victoria in ’71. She has lived here for 30+ years with her family. Working full-time, she took online courses to become a certified paralegal. She is now a manager at BC’s Ministry of Justice. 

Lorraine Hayhoe

Carla Jack


Born and raised on a farm in New Brunswick, Lorraine moved to Surrey in her teens, then in 2009, she came to Victoria. Educated in financial courses through Canadian Financial Institutes, she has spent 20+ years with Vancity as a branch manager in Langford.

Starting off as a museum curator, Carla has extensively worked in heritage. She is the Heritage Register Officer with the BC Heritage Branch, providing guidance to local government regarding documentation standards. She holds a BA in Linguistics (UVIC).

Nathan Lapointe

Carl Mashon

A Victoria native, Nathan graduated from Camosun with a bachelor’s in business administration. Having completed his Certified General Accounting Program in 2011, he is at the Victoria Foundation as Finance Administrator. He enjoys the great outdoors and can be found watching movies or playing board games.

Carl is of both English-Irish and Cree ancestry. Adopted at the age of five, he grew up in Alberta, where later worked in the oil industries. After finding his birth mother, he sought to serve the needs of Aboriginal communities. Leading him to work at the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centre.

Lynne Milnes

Reed Osler


Graduating from UVIC, Lynne has worked for BC Museums and the Ecological Reserves Unit (BC Gov), leading to her involvement in conservation issues and as founding Director of the Friends of Ecological Reserves. Since 2006, she has worked as UVIC’s Development & External Relations Officer.


Working as Park Naturalist & Environmental Educator for 10+ years, Reed has taught the wonders of both land and sea through CRD Regional Parks, Vancouver Aquarium and the whale camp on Grand Mana Island. Her community involvement is on the creative side, in music, dancing, and art.

Morgan Slavkin

Curtis Smith

Moving from Toronto to Victoria in 2003, Morgan pursued a BA in Sociology from UVIC, graduating in 2008. She worked as a Communications & Outreach Coordinator at the Pacific Peoples’ Partnership. Continuing as a Board Member when she started as Special Events Officer at UVIC

Born in New Westminster and raised in Victoria, Curtis graduated with a degree in Political Science from UVIC in 2010. Previously communications officer at the Office of the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles, he is now with the Ministry of Environment and our Board President here at Leadership Victoria (2019).

Marna Lynn Smith

Scott Treble

Originating from the Yukon, Marna moved to Victoria to study music (UVIC). She has worked with at-risk youth, immigrant school children and adults with developmental disabilities. As a professional art therapist, Marna works as a Program Coordinator and trains volunteers.


After growing up in Regina and graduating university, Scott joined the RCMP in 1987. Moving to Victoria with his wife Kristine, he joined Saanich Police in ’94. In addition to acting as a supervisor, he spent three years dedicated to the investigation of child sexual abuse.

Stacey Trudigan

Kathleen Walsh

Prior to becoming Assistant Deputy Warden at Vancouver Island Regional Correctional Centre (Victoria, BC), Stacey served with the Canadian Forces from 1984 – ’96. During this time, he served on two United Nations peace-keeping missions (Cyprus ’88, Croatia ‘92/’93).

Kathleen credits her strong sense of community value to her small-town roots. An avid-reader and education enthusiast, she is a graduate of three universities. Employed at BC Public Services, she leads the employee communications team with 15 years of stakeholder relations experience.

Mena Westhaver

Caitlin Wynne


Mena has worked in the industries of health, wellness & recreation. Growing up on the ice, she has continued this interest as a coach at Saanich’s Community Rec for 25+ years. Leading her to create Sole Sisters Victoria (Women’s walk/run program).


From a young age, Caitlin knew she wanted to help others and make a difference. She became an Early Childhood Educator which led her to her roles at Fernwood NRG, those including Child Care Programs Coordinator and Manager of daycare programs.


Congratulations 2014 Grads! We wish you all the best with your future learning endeavours.


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