Kim Devine appointed to the Heritage Canada Foundation Board of Governors
Ottawa - The Heritage Canada Foundation is pleased to announce an important addition to its board of governors: Kim Devine, former City Councillor, Charlottetown, P.E.I.
During Ms. Devine’s seven years as a Charlottetown city councillor, she was involved in numerous aspects of heritage preservation and chaired the city’s Planning and Heritage Boards for a period of five years.
Her deep appreciation of our rich architectural heritage contributed to her tireless promotion of heritage preservation as a significant economic development tool.
Ms. Devine also brings to the board her vast array of communications and public relations experience in her current position in communications at the Department of Environment, Energy and Forestry for the Province of Prince Edward Island.
“I have a clear understanding of the significant role Heritage Canada plays in the country’s preservation movement. I look forward to working with the Heritage Canada Foundation’s national board to find ways to build collaborative partnerships across Canada to preserve our heritage,” states Ms. Devine.
The Heritage Canada Foundation is a national, membership-based, non profit organization with a mandate to promote the preservation of Canada’s historic buildings and places.