Lay Councillor Brock brings his skills as a manager and facilitator with a background in community development and consultation to Council. Brock’s experiences working with RedPier Consulting, as Aboriginal Labour Market Coordinator at New Relationship Trust and the Ch’Nook Scholars at Sauder School of Business, UBC are appreciated.
Raised in the Village of Chase (unceded Secwepemc territory) Brock Endean is an accomplished young Métis professional who works to strengthen the capacity and engagement of youth in rural and Indigenous communities throughout Canada and internationally. As a community facilitator, Brock has worked with over 40 municipalities, First Nations and non-profit organizations on projects ranging from organizational strategic planning, youth engagement workshops, and social enterprise development for underrepresented populations. He believes that the best results are achieved by capturing the ideas, passion, values, and creativity of a community, then collaboratively finding the knowledge needed to move forward. His diversity of education and training includes studies in business, tourism management, sustainable agriculture, creative facilitation, and public engagement, all which complement his work in building communities where members feel connected and their dreams can thrive.
We are pleased to have Brock's skillsets on Council as an appointed Lay Councillor, and welcome his input to Council discussions and outcomes.