Sarah Morgan-Silvester

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Sarah Morgan-Silvester (born 1959) was the Chancellor of the University of British Columbia from November 19, 2008,[1][2][3][4] through the end of her second three-year term on June 30, 2014.[5] She was replaced by Lindsay Gordon on July 1, 2014.[6]

Biography[edit]

She was born in Victoria, British Columbia and received a B.Com. in Finance with Honours from the University of British Columbia in 1982.[1][7][3][8] She has worked for HSBC Bank Canada and the C. D. Howe Institute.[7][2][3][4][8]

She is the chairperson of the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority and the B.C. Women's Hospital & Health Centre.[7][2][3] She also sits on the Boards of ENMAX, Women in the Lead Inc., and the David Suzuki Foundation.[7][2][3]

References[edit]

Academic offices
Preceded by
Allan McEachern
Chancellor of the University of British Columbia
2008-
Succeeded by
Lindsay Gordon
Order of precedence
Preceded by
His Worship Gregor Robertson,
Mayor of Vancouver
Order of precedence in British Columbia
as of 2009
Succeeded by
Murray Farmer ,
Chancellor of University of Victoria