Karrilyn Vince , PAg

Public Phone (Work): 250-261-5789
Public Phone (Personal Cell): 250-263-1013
Public Email (Office): Karrilyn.Vince@gov.bc.ca
Public Email (Home): vincefsj@gmail.com


Public Home
8619 109th Ave
Fort St. John BC V1J 7E6


Public B.Sc.
Environmental and Conservation Sciences
University of Alberta
Public B.Sc.
Environmental Planning
University of Northern British Columbia
June 29, 2015
Public Regional Executive Director
Regional Operations Division
BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations
October 25, 2010 to April 4, 2013
Public Director of Authorizations
Regional Operations
BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations
September 22, 2008 to October 22, 2010
Public Service Centre Manager
Integrated Land Management Bureau
September 1, 2004 to December 31, 2009
Public Owner Upward Environmental Planning
Environmental Farm Plan Advisor
BC Cattlemen's Association
June 6, 2006 to September 19, 2008
Public Program Manager, Muskwa-Kechika Management Area
Regional Client Services ILMB
BC Ministry of Agriculture and Lands


<p>Karrilyn is employed with the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations as the Regional Executive Director for the Northeast. Karrilyn is responsible for all regional operations in the NE, this includes management of wildlife, authorizations for forestry, water and lands, First Nations consultation, FrontCounter BC and Major Projects. </p>
<p>In addition to her work with MFLNRO Karrilyn also has her own environmental consulting company, Upward Environmental Planning. While not presently active with her company past projects have included a contract with the BC Cattlemen’s Association as an Environment Farm Plan Advisor. Providing workshops on the BC Environmental Farm Plan Program, assisting producers in completing their farm plans and farm risk assessment and developing applications for funding for beneficial management practices.</p>
<p>Born and raised in an outfitting camp in Northeastern BC, Karrilyn has always been close to the land. The family owned business included 80 acres of deeded land, 20 cows, 200 horses and 1200 square miles of hunting area. Karrilyn helped manage the business serving 80 clients a year with 30 staff until her family sold in 1999.</p>
<p>In addition to being Professional Agrologist, Karrilyn is a full member of the Planning Institute of BC and the Canadian Institute of Planners</p>