On behalf of the Board of Directors of Vancouver Airport Authority (YVR), Chair Annalisa King is pleased to announce the election of Ken M. Kramer and Juggy Sihota to the Board of Directors. Ken was nominated by the Law Society of BC and Juggy was nominated by the City of Vancouver.
Ken M. Kramer, Q.C.
Ken M. Kramer is the founder and principal of KMK Law, a boutique firm specializing in the areas of Estates, Trusts, Elder Law and Estate Litigation and Mediation. He is a strong advocate for both the disability and seniors’ communities and has served on numerous boards and committees over the past 30 years with a focus on issues impacting these communities. Ken’s diverse board portfolio includes serving as a publicly appointed Board Member and Vice-Chair of the College of Chiropractors of BC, and as a founding Board Member of Technology for Living, a non-profit organization in British Columbia providing respiratory and technology supports to people with disabilities.
Ken was recognized for his service to the community with the distinguished honour of receiving both the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 and his Queen’s Counsel designation in 2014.
Juggy Sihota is Vice President, Consumer Health, at TELUS where she leads the national strategy, execution and operation of the Consumer Health business. She has more than 25 years of telecom leadership experience, including leading several emerging technology businesses and operations across TELUS. Prior to Juggy’s current role, she was the Vice-President, Customer Experience Strategy and Operations. Under her leadership, she led the national Customer Experience operations team and drove business performance and engagement to increase client loyalty, profitability and satisfaction. Juggy also serves as the Vice Chair of the VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation and previously served on the Justice Institute of British Columbia. She is also currently serving on the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Juggy has received several leadership awards, including, a Forty Under 40 award in 2012 for her business achievements, inspirational leadership and community contributions and the Diversity Champion Award at TELUS in 2016. The latter award recognizes leaders who champion diversity and leverage diversity of thought to help advance business strategy.
Vancouver Airport Authority is a community-based, not-for-profit organization that manages YVR. More information on the Airport Authority Board and its Directors can be found on our Leadership and Accountability page.