The City of Campbell River’s communications director, Julie Douglas (centre), is congratulated by council on her LGMA Professional Award for Volunteer Service at the May 28 council meeting. Photo by Mike Davies/Campbell River Mirror

City of Campbell River’s communications advisor recognized for volunteer work

Julie Douglas has organized and executed the communications forum at the LGMA annual conference

Julie Douglas, the City of Campbell River’s communications advisor, has been recognized for her volunteer efforts at the last number of Local Government Management Association (LGMA) annual conferences.

“The LGMA recognized Julie for her leadership and expertise over the years in organizing the content and speakers to deliver a top-level annual communications forum, which runs in conjunction with the LGMA annual conference,” Mayor Andy Adams says.

“Her journalism background has been instrumental in helping her local government peers throughout B.C. learn about innovations and best practices to reinforce the positive role of local government in our respective communities.

“Council and staff are absolutely delighted to have Julie as part of our team.”

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