Foundation announces incoming chair of redevelopment fundraising campaign

Foundation announces incoming chair of redevelopment fundraising campaign

2019/20 Campaign Cabinet supports $1.49 billion hospital redevelopment

Cameron Belsher

New Westminster, B.C. – {September 6, 2019} – Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation is honoured to present its 2019/20 Redevelopment Campaign Cabinet, which unites leaders from across key industries, communities, and partnerships in support of the hospital’s unprecedented $1.49 billion redevelopment.

Cameron Belsher, senior partner and national head of mergers and acquisitions at McCarthy Tetrault LLP, takes over as chair of the volunteer group. Cameron is also vice-chair of the Foundation’s volunteer Board of Directors.

The Foundation offers its sincere appreciation to Sue Paish, whose term as chair of the campaign cabinet has concluded.

The 2019/2020 Redevelopment Campaign Cabinet includes:

• Campaign Cabinet Chair: Cameron Belsher
Partner, Group Head M & A, McCarthy Tetrault

• RCH Foundation Chair: Tom Corsie
VP, Real Estate, Vancouver Fraser Port Authority

• RCH Foundation President & CEO: Jeff Norris

• Mike Bonner
Senior Vice President and Regional Head, BC & Yukon, BMO Bank of Montreal

• Dr. Sukh Brar
Past President, BC Anaesthesiologists Society & Anaesthesiologist, RCH

• Frank Butzelaar
Chief Executive Officer, Seaspan Marine Transportation

• Jonathan Coté
Mayor, City of New Westminster

• Kevin Desmond
Chief Executive Officer, TransLink

• Dr. Shahzad Karim
Cardiothoracic Surgeon, RCH

• Dr. Anson Koo
Chief Psychiatrist, Mental Health and Substance Use Program

• Mark V. Lewis
Partner, Bennett Jones LLP

• Salima Mawji
Chief Development Officer, RCH Foundation

• Kirk McLean
Alumni, Vancouver Canucks

• Paul Palmer
Partner, EY

• Jennifer Podmore Russell
Senior Vice President Operations, Rennie Group

• Graham Walker
Managing Partner (Vancouver), Borden Ladner Gervais LLP

• Wade Winkler
Partner, Alexander Holburn Beaudin and Lang LLP

Where BC Fights

As a leading critical care hospital, one in three British Columbians rely on Royal Columbian Hospital. This is where BC fights for hope, and for life. We are the only hospital in BC with trauma, cardiac, neurosciences, high-risk maternity and neonatal intensive care on one site. We look after some of the most seriously ill and injured patients, and we do it with the support of donors like you.

Since 1978, donors to Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation have helped fund priority equipment needs, facility enhancements, research, education and innovation at Royal Columbian Hospital. Visit www.rchfoundation.com for more information.