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Board Chair Joy MacPhail Receives Lifetime Achievement Award by Business in Vancouver

In the Media | 02.04.21

Joy MacPhail, chair of the Board of Trustees, will be given the distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award by Business in Vancouver at their Influential Women in Business Awards. MacPhail and the other award recipients will be recognized at a virtual luncheon on March 8, International Women’s Day.

MacPhail is being recognized for her work as chair of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia and an owner of OUTtv, the world’s longest airing LGBTQ+ television network. MacPhail has also served as a member of the British Columbia’s legislative assembly, throughout which time she served as minister of finance, minister of health, deputy premier and leader of opposition.

Read more in the Business in Vancouver article, “BIV Announces 2021 Influential Women in Business Award Winners” and interview with MacPhail, “Influential Women in Business Awards: Joy MacPhail.

Watch MacPhail’s remarks during the ceremony.

 

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