BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND MANAGEMENT
The Board of Directors is responsible for all legal and financial activities as well as developing strategic plans and making policy decisions. The day-to-day operations are managed by the Executive Director along with exploring opportunities to work with other organizations.
At the present time, the Society is governed by four directors. We welcome any inquiries for new directors to join our team, particularly if your background and competencies are complementary to those possessed by our current Board.
Joe's cell: 604-855-5562
Joe Bring, CPA, CA, CBV, President & Executive Director
Joe is a Chartered Professional Accountant and Chartered Business Valuator. He has provided business valuation and litigation support services for over twenty-five years and is involved in mergers & acquisitions, corporate finance and international trade. Helping those in need has been a life-long passion that has finally taken shape with the formation of Lotus Humanitarian Society. He is a resident of Abbotsford and father of six children.
Jasbir's cell: 604-217-0334
Jasbir Manku, Vice-President & Treasurer
Jasbir is a public accountant and small business advisor. For over thirty years he served numerous clients and after selling his accounting practice in 2016, has continued to use his experience and business acumen to assist all those who seek his input. He also spends time managing his son’s dental practice. He has always helped improve the lives of people around him that were in need or going through a challenging period in their life. He is resident of Abbotsford and father of four children.
Kam Randhawa, Community Liaison
Kam moved to Surrey after graduating from Mission Secondary and has been a homemaker and a property developer since 1996. She has also been a strong supporter in her local community and given her time and resources to help others in need. She is a mother of four children.
Kam's cell: 604-551-6045
Serina Bring, Community Liaison & Secretary
Since childhood, Serina has had a strong desire to help others around her. As a result of the experience gained through her own challenges and life experiences, she has worked with many individuals and families to help them with issues such as addictions, domestic violence and various forms of abuse. She has also volunteered locally to help distribute food and clothing to the homeless and to women in safe houses. She is a resident of Abbotsford and mother of two children.
Aaron Hall, Community Liaison
Aaron has been a member of the community for 40 years and is proud to have the opportunity to give his time to help make a positive difference in the lives of others. Having faced and dealt with many of life’s challenges, including addictions, family breakups and being homeless himself for a brief period, he has a lot to offer and is passionate about wanting to help others in their time of need.
We invite new volunteers to contact us, not only from the local community but also from any of the surrounding municipalities. This will help us reach more people in a shorter time frame.