Our board

Community Futures Sun Country is guided by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of local business people who have extensive knowledge and experience of our local economy and represent our region’s
 population and main economic sectors. The role of the Board is to establish our organization’s priorities, monitor our business loans, oversee our general performance, and be accountable to key stakeholders, such as local, provincial and federal governments.

Interested in becoming a board member or committee volunteer? Please contact us and we’ll be happy to answer any questions.

Board recruitment policy

Board recruitment package

Scott Medlock, Resident of Hope

Scott Medlock is a resident of Hope and manages an auto parts store.  Scott is an active community member serving as a Councilor for the District of Hope.  He serves as a council liaison for the Advantage Hope Committee.  He is the president of the Hope Lions Club.  Scott has served as a director for the Hope and District Chamber of Commerce, is a member of the Hope Motorsports Group and serves as a member of the volunteer Fire Department.  He enjoys the Sun Country area and is committed to promoting economic development in the area.

Victor Smith, Resident of Hope

Victor Smith is a long term and active resident of Hope.  His background is in The Mining and Construction Industry.  He supports and encourages entrepreneurship, recognizes how instrumental businesses are in rural communities.  The list of organizations Victor has participated in is endless.  Victor was recently awarded the Provincial Champion for Volunteer of the year award.  His tireless dedication to his community is inspiring to those around him.

Karma Kubbernus, Resident of Cache Creek


Karma is a resident of Cache Creek and Branch Manager of the local Credit Union.  Karma is the past President of the local Rotary Club and has been a representative at the National Young Leaders Conference.   Karma seeks to have meaningful impacts in her community by way of professionalism, volunteer activities and working with charitable organizations.  She likes to work in an environment that encourages leadership and lifelong learning.  Karma is now green belt certified!

Michelle Hawkins, Resident of Logan Lake

Michelle joined the team as a Board Member August 2018.

Michelle's background includes experience as a personal insurance advisor and operations manager for a business that is focused on wellness and support. Michelle has lived in the region since 1994. 

She is engaged in her community of Logan Lake, volunteering on the Logan Lake Wellness Health and Youth Society where she had to step down as Chair when she was hired as the Better at Home Coordinator.  So on top of volunteering, she is now employed by a non-profit.

Andrew May, Resident of Clinton

Andrew May is a resident of Clinton and an active member in the community.  He currently is on the Board of the South Cariboo Museum Society and is an Executive Member of the Clinton and District Economic Development Society.  He has served on boards of several community groups, including Economic Development and Historical Societies in the Okanagan and South Cariboo.  Andrew has been an instructor at Okanagan College, owner/ operator of an auto repair shop and Founder/ President of Procurement and Inventory Management Consultancy.

Dona Radomsky, Resident of Logan Lake

Dona became a resident of Logan Lake in 2004 as the community's Pharmacist Manager.  She was instrumental in the formation of the Logan Lake Business Association and took the lead as chairperson for many years.  She has since moved on but remains active in her community.  She is now the director with both the Logan Lake WHY as well as Community Futures Sun Country.

Yoriko Susanj

Yoriko joined the Community Futures Sun Country board as a director July 2019.

Yoriko is a resident of Savona currently employed as a bookkeeper.  Prior to becoming a bookkeeper, Yoriko was the Executive Director for the Elizabeth Fry Society.  She has 30 years experience in Karate where she has volunteered as an instructor for 25 years, and now has her own Dojo.  Yoriko also shares her expertise with the local government as a Japanese translator.  Yoriko is very involved in the region participating on many nonprofit societies.  Yoriko has a passion for empowering individuals and understands the importance of local business.  

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Communities Served

70 Mile, Ashcroft, Boston Bar, Cache Creek, Clinton, Goldbridge, Hope, Lillooet, Logan Lake, Lytton, Pavilion, Savona, Seton Portage, Shalalth, Spences Bridge, Walhachin, Yale


Community Futures Sun Country
203 Railway Ave.
PO Box 1480
Ashcroft, BC
V0K 1A0

T: 250-453-9165
T: 1-800-567-9911
F: 250-453-9500