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.
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.
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.
James Palanio has been licensed since 2002, and is now the Managing Broker of Royal LePage Locations West realty in Penticton, BC. James has served on his regional board, the South Okanagan Real Estate board for 7 years, and then on the British Columbia Real Estate association board, including a year as chair. He has also served his community on local non-profit boards over the past two decades, and is an elected school trustee, and the current chair of the Okanagan-Skaha, School District 67 Board of Trustees.
Erin Seely is the CEO of the YWCA of Metro Vancouver. She previously served as Senior Vice President, BC Financial Services Authority and CEO of the Real Estate Council of BC, and spent more than 10 years in progressively senior leadership roles with the BC Government. Erin holds a BA in Political Science and Hispanic Studies from the University of Victoria and an MA in International Studies from Simon Fraser University.
David Weiss is Senior Vice President of Corporate Service & Transformation at BC Financial Services Authority. He has been involved in setting strategy, driving business growth, building teams, and leading transformational change in organizations for over 25 years. He has volunteered with a variety of non-profit organizations in his community throughout his career.
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.