Michelle Mollineaux, a dedicated advocate for the vibrant riding of Richmond-Steveston, brings a wealth of experience and a profound commitment to its residents. Her journey, spanning diverse sectors, underscores her unwavering dedication to promoting economic vitality, educational excellence, and community well-being.
A Global Citizen with Local Heart
Born in London, England, and educated in the Caribbean, Michelle's international perspective is an asset that enriches her vision for Richmond-Steveston. Richmond-Steveson is a home away from home with Michelle working, supporting local businesses, grade 12 mentorship, and the promotion of youth soccer for the last decade.
A Career Marked by Excellence
Michelle's impressive corporate career in marketing and business development management spans over 25 years, primarily in the high-tech sector. She has held key roles in esteemed organizations such as ZE PowerGroup, Layer 7 Technologies (Broadcom), and TELUS Enterprise Solutions (formerly ISMBC). Her entrepreneurial spirit shone through when she co-founded KoolProjects, a free social enterprise platform that empowered individuals and organizations to showcase their projects from inception to completion.
Currently serving as the Director of Marketing and Channel Partnerships at ZE PowerGroup, a global leader in data management and analytics, Michelle is at the forefront of driving innovation and success in data-driven industries, including energy, commodities, mining, agriculture, and renewable energy markets.
A Passion for Education and Community
Before her high-tech career, Michelle contributed to higher education, serving as an administrator in various capacities at Simon Fraser University and the Vancouver Film School. Her dedication to community engagement and youth empowerment manifested through her role as the Registrar for the Vancouver Film School's Acting and Film programs.
In the non-profit sector, Michelle made an indelible impact at Science World, where she developed the award-winning networking program "Opening the Door." This initiative, designed to connect young people with science and technology leaders, garnered accolades and became a province-wide program, furthering the cause of STEM education.
Leadership in Healthcare
Michelle's leadership extends to healthcare as a public-appointed Board Member for the College of Registered Nurses of BC and the College of Registered Psychiatric Nurses of BC. Her role was instrumental in the historic merger that formed the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives, streamlining the regulatory framework for healthcare professionals.
A Strong Presence in Richmond-Steveston
Michelle's connection to the Richmond-Steveston is profound and meaningful. She has been a vital part of ZE PowerGroup for over seven years, a technology powerhouse with global recognition in the energy and fintech sectors. Michelle's dedication extends to mentoring Grade 12 students from McMath Secondary School, equipping them with valuable work skills and volunteer hours essential for graduation.
As President of the KLM Soccer Club and a board member for the Vancouver Youth Soccer Association, Michelle plays a pivotal role in nurturing young talents in the community. She is also a staunch supporter of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, advocating for business growth and development in Richmond-Steveston.
Michelle Mollineaux's commitment to the prosperity and growth of her community is unwavering. Her leadership, spanning various sectors, promises to bring fresh perspectives and dedication to the riding, making her a compelling choice as the Conservative Party candidate for Richmond-Steveston.
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