Karin Kirkpatrick
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Karin Kirkpatrick

Your Candidate for West Vancouver-Capilano

Get to Know Karin Kirkpatrick

Building on her background as an entrepreneur and educator, Karin Kirkpatrick is one of British Columbia’s most accomplished non-profit leaders.

As CEO of Family Services of Greater Vancouver, Karin has led some 500 employees across twelve locations providing front-line support services to some of the Lower Mainland’s most vulnerable citizens.

Karin has served as CEO and Registrar of the Private Career Training Institutions Agency of BC, as CEO of the Real Estate Foundation of BC, and as Assistant Dean of UBC’s Sauder School of Business. She previously started up and ran a recruiting agency.

Karin has been a board member of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade, Family Services of Canada, the Vancity Community Foundation, the BC Degree Quality Assessment Board, and the BC Council for International Education. Karin also served on the Judicial Council of British Columbia for six years.

She has been recognized for her leadership as a Fellow of the Chartered Professional Accountants, as one of the Women’s Executive Network’s 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada, and as a recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Karin holds a Master of Laws degree and an MBA, and is a Chartered Professional Accountant/Certified Management Accountant. She lives in West Vancouver-Capilano with her husband Murray, daughter Kaelan, and dog Luna.

Campaign Office
1325 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver
Karin Kirkpatrick and family, West Vancouver-Capilano candidate

"I’m excited to be joining the BC Liberal team as we prepare for an election that could be the most significant of our lifetimes. Only a BC Liberal government can combine a prosperous economy with support for the most vulnerable British Columbians and an environmentally sustainable future.”

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