The Board of Directors governing the Real Estate Compensation Fund Corporation is comprised of three directors appointed by the BC Financial Services Authority and two directors appointed by the British Columbia Real Estate Association. Directors may serve two consecutive three-year terms. The Corporation is administered by the Executive Officer.
Patrick O’Donnell served as an elected member of the Real Estate Council of BC. He is a past president of the Fort McMurray Real Estate Board and a former instructor for the Alberta Real Estate Association. Patrick was appointed by the Real Estate Council and has been licensed for 38 years. He is currently an Associate Broker with Royal LePage Sussex in North and West Vancouver.
Jorda Maisey is a past president of the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board. She was appointed by the BC Real Estate Association and has been licensed for over 20 years. Jorda is currently with RE/MAX LifeStyles Realty in Langley.
John Evans is a past president of the BC Northern Real Estate Board. He had served on the BCNREB Professional Standards committee for over ten years. John was licensed in 1986 and became a Managing Broker in 1991. He retired from the real estate industry in the summer of 2018.
Susan McGougan is a past chair of the Real Estate Council of BC and a former director of the British Columbia Real Estate Association. She is a past president of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board, where she chaired the Education Committee and served on the MLS and Business Practices committees. Susan has a diploma in Urban Land Economics from UBC and is a designated RIBC from the Real Estate Institute of British Columbia. She and has been licensed since 1990 and is currently with RE/MAX in Nanaimo.
Lori Mullin, CPA, CA, CFP operates her own professional accounting public practice in Kelowna. Previously a partner in a regional accounting firm in northern BC, Lori enjoys working with a wide variety of businesses and not for profit entities including small businesses, real estate companies and government agencies. In addition to her practice, Ms. Mullin conducts professional misconduct investigations on behalf of CPABC. She has also volunteered with not for profit agencies including six years with the Kelowna General Hospital Foundation, four of those years as Finance Committee chair.
Wendy Royle is the executive officer of the RECFC. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant and is an instructor for CPABC’s continuing professional development program where she teaches ethics courses to CPAs. She has served as the chief examiner at the BC Securities Commission and the vice president Pacific of the Mutual Fund Dealers Association.