The View From Here 2019 brought together idea-focused minds and local policy makers to provide insight into the many factors that impact Whistler’s business and investment environment. This year’s theme was Charting the Course and our speakers presented their views on the various opportunities and challenges that Whistler faces as we move forward and how these challenges can be addressed.
One of our panel speakers, Sue Adams, spoke about the arts and cultural scene in Whistler and the various initiatives that promote culture and tourism in the area.
Sue has been a successful business owner in Whistler and Pemberton for the past 30 years. She has been a dedicated advocate, supporter and patron of the arts in Whistler and Vancouver as well as working to support and advocate for small business, women entrepreneurship and life long learning and education.
She has served on many cultural boards and committees over the past 30 years and currently serves on the Board of The Audain Art Museum, Vancouver Civic Theatres, Chair of RMOW Festival and Events Oversight Committee, BC Small Business Round Table and Whistler Learning Centre Society.
Sue is passionate about and committed to the enrichment of community life by working with community organizations and sharing her strong business principles to build capacity and maximize the opportunities in the not for profit sector organizations.
Find out more about The View From Here 2019.
Watch the individual speaker talks here:
Maxine Joseph-Bruce & Kerry Mehaffey