Chartered Professionals
in Human Resources

Greater Vancouver

The Greater Vancouver Advisory Council handles the planning and implementation of local CPHR BC & Yukon activities and is made up of members representing a broad range of HR experience levels and areas of practice.

Quinne Davey, Member Relations Manager

Please contact Quinne Davey for more information regarding the Greater Vancouver Advisory Council.

To see upcoming activities, please view our calendar.

For regional breakdowns, please refer to Regional Breakdown By Community.

Your Greater Vancouver Advisory Council for 2021:

Please contact Quinne Davey for more information.

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Chair – Liana Chang, CPHR

Liana is HR Manager at the University of British Columbia. She has worked in various industries such as manufacturing, food & facilities management services, banking, and government, which has allowed her to gain a wide breath of knowledge and experiences in multiple areas of HR. She graduated with honours from Simon Fraser University, earning a Bachelor of Business Administration and is currently pursuing her MBA. This is her third year on the advisory council and her second year year as chair.

Membership – Crystal Pitt, CPHR

Crystal Pitt has been an HR professional for over 10 years and has experience in a variety of industries including tech, health care, and hospitality. She has occupied generalist positions and positions focused on recruitment, labour relations, performance management, and employee development. In her current role as Growth and Development Manager for MeeT Restaurant Group, she is charged with implementing the company’s HR systems from the ground up, supporting the owners and restaurant managers with their people and helping the company grow its leadership pipeline. This is Crystal’s third year on council.

Mentoring – Heidi Cheung, CPHR

Heidi is a Senior Clinical Project Manager at Vancouver Coastal Health and has over ten years of experiences in the public health sector. Her professional interests include strategic and transformational change management. She holds an MBA from UBC Sauder School of Business and a joint major undergraduate degree in Sciences and Business Administration from Simon Fraser University. This will be Heidi’s third year on council.

Networking – Devin Sharma, CPHR Candidate

Devin Sharma is the Manager of Human Resources for the Musqueam Indian Band. This will be Devin’s second year on council in the networking portfolio for the Greater Vancouver Advisory Council. Previously he helped to support this portfolio in 2019 and has also lead the Burnaby roundtable for several years.

Post-Secondary – Dimpy D’Souza, CPHR

Dimpy has more than 18 years of global HR experience across various industries – banking, healthcare, construction, oil & gas and the non-profit sector. She is currently the Director of HR & Admin with Westcoast Child Care Resource Centre, Vancouver. Dimpy has also been associated with the Simon Fraser University as a guest faculty since the last two years. Dimpy’s professional interests include driving change, increasing engagement & building positive organizational culture. She is very enthusiastic about the post-secondary portfolio as this ties in with her diverse global experience & personal interest in guiding young minds and shaping futures. This is her second year on council leading the post-secondary portfolio.

Volunteers – Laetitia Lim, CPHR

Laetitia is currently an HR Analyst at BC Hydro, and was previously the Human Resources Generalist at Omicron. She has a passion for the analytical and digital side of HR. She is a graduate of the SFU Beedie School of Business where she completed her Bachelor of Business Administration, concentrating in Human Resource Management. Laetitia has been involved with CPHR BC & Yukon since 2015. This will be Laetitia’s first year leading the volunteer portfolio in the GV region. Previous to this volunteer role, she led the Coastal Vancouver membership committee for two years.

Please contact for more information regarding the Greater Vancouver Advisory Council.