Cowichan Valley Regional District hires new chief administrative officer

Cowichan Valley Regional District hires new chief administrative officer
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Cowichan Valley has a new chief administrative officer.

The Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) announced Thursday that they have hired Danielle Myles Wilson as their new chief administrative officer.

Myles Wilson was most recently the chief administrative officer for the District of Port Edward and has also served as the manager of economic development for the City of Terrace.

“We are excited to welcome Danielle to the Cowichan region and look forward to supporting her as she leads the CVRD in its mission to deliver exceptional services to residents,” Lori Iannidinardo, board chair of the Cowichan Valley Regional District, said in a press release.

Prior to joining municipal government, Myles Wilsons was a regional manager with the Ministry of Jobs and a regional negotiator with the Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation.

“Our Board is confident that her experience throughout a variety of local and provincial government roles will be a welcome asset to our leadership team and help the CVRD evolve and adapt as we transition into a new term of office,” added Iannidinardo.

A graduate of the University of Victoria, Myles Wilson holds a master’s degree in public administration and is currently working towards her Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation.


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