Board of Directors

Stuart Parker, President

Stuart Parker is a lecturer in US and Latin American history at Simon Fraser University. A former postdoctoral fellow of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, he is the author of the forthcoming book History Through Seer Stones: A Hundred Years of Mormon Pasts published by Kofford Books, as well as academic journal articles and conference presentations on Mormonism in the US and Latin America in addition to papers on historiography, sport history, landscape phenomenology. [ read more… ]

Jason Harmer, Vice-President

A Vancouver entrepreneur, Jay has worked as an event organizer, college instructor and computer programmer before opening his current business, GetWorkers in the fall of 2012. GetWorkers administers an innovative, proprietary software platform that organizes the hiring of temporary workers for companies in the entertainment, event management and security sectors. Jay is active in Vancouver municipal politics as a member of the communications committee of the Coalition of Progressive electors and recently traveled to Brazil as part of his longstanding involvement in Brazilian jiujitsu.

Jeff Ranger, Treasurer

Jeff, a college instructor in Vancouver, has worked as a hair dresser, game designer and technical writer. Respected in the game publishing field, Jeff helped to create and served as a longtime judge for the Gen Con role-playing game awards, the largest, most prestigious awards organization in the field. Jeff resides in New Westminster with his wife and two daughters.

Stephen Broscoe, Director

Stephen Broscoe is a Vancouver computing professional, serving in a managerial role for Absolute Software for the past five years. A leading electoral reform activist over the past decade, Stephen has served as a director of Fair Voting BC, a steering committee member for the YES forces in the 2005 and 2009 referenda and as president of Fair Vote Canada. Fluently trilingual, he holds an MA in German literature from McGill University. Stephen lives in Coquitlam with his wife and three children.