The Executive Leadership Team (ELT) consists of the Chief Administrative Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Corporate Officer, and the General Managers, who are all officers of the corporation appointed by the Board.

The success of the organization is measured by how well the entire organization performs in effectively and efficiently delivering services to the residents of the region and in its’ ability to advance Board and Corporate Priorities within an approved Board budget. It is a key responsibility of the ELT to ensure that the actions, directions, and policies of management are aligned to achieve these objectives and to strengthen our foundational core and ensure that we have an engaged workforce that is valued and supported.

ted-robbinsTed Robbins, Chief Administrative Officer

The CAO ensures Board policies and direction are implemented, oversees the operations and functions of the CRD and aligns the organization to achieve strategic priorities set by the Board. The CAO also provides leadership to the Executive Leadership Team (ELT) and staff. 

nelson-chanNelson Chan, Chief Financial Officer

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is responsible for overseeing all fiscal and fiduciary responsibilities for the CRD and CRHD, including budget and financial services, arts development, assets, risk management, and information technology and geographic information services (GIS). The CFO carries out responsibilities in conjunction with the Board of Directors and the finance, audit, and investment committees of the board.

Headshot of Alicia Fraser.Alicia Fraser, General Manager of Integrated Water Services

The GM of Integrated Water services is responsible for the operation, maintenance, infrastructure engineering and capital improvements for the regional water and wastewater systems in the CRD, as well as the water and wastewater systems in the local service areas of the CRD.

LuisaJones-headshot-webLuisa Jones, General Manager of Parks, Recreation & Environmental Services

The GM of Parks, Recreation & Environmental Services is responsible for establishing and delivering programs and services that comprehensively focus on policies and initiatives that protect and enhance the capital region’s parks and environment including solid and liquid waste management, climate action and stewardship. The GM also is responsible for the two CRD subregional recreation services and the Panorama and SEAPARC Recreation Centres.

kevin-loretteKevin Lorette, General Manager of Planning and Protective Services

The GM of Planning and Protective Services is responsible for services and programs for regional planning, local area community planning, health facilities planning, emergency preparedness, bylaw enforcement, animal care and building inspection, as well as the Housing Secretariat and the administrative role that oversees the Capital Region Housing Corporation.

kristin-morleyKristen Morley, General Manager of Corporate Services

The GM of Corporate Services is responsible for legislative and information services; legal services, risk and insurance; real estate and property services; Southern Gulf Islands Electoral Area administration; and First Nations relations. In addition, the GM of Corporate Services is designated as Corporate Officer as outlined in the Local Government Act.