After a thorough search and interview process, the Board of Directors of the Coast Waste Management Association (CWMA) in BC have announced Sheila Molloy as new executive director, replacing Will Burrows.
Molloy brings over 20 years of experience working with professional associations, private companies, academic, and government institutions. She has extensive experience in value creation for member-based organizations including building workshops, networking programs, and leader education.
A consulting expert in strategy, marketing and business development, Molloy has contributed to the success of over 100 businesses across North America in an array of industries. Sheila holds a B.Comm (Honours) with distinction and a Diploma in Communications with a focus in Advertising and Public Relations.
“We are thrilled to have Sheila’s enthusiasm and expertise to help us shape the next chapter of our success and continue to build on our mission to foster environmental leadership and best practices by providing a forum for discussion, education and networking,” said Harmony Huffman, CWMA chair, in a statement.
“For the past 11 years the CWMA has benefited greatly from having Will as its executive director. Over that period our membership has grown, our reach and relevance has extended beyond our immediate region, we have hosted successful conferences and networking events, and we continue to fulfill our mission of ‘fostering environmental leadership and best practices by providing a forum for discussion, education and networking.’ I would like to take this opportunity to thank Will, and his family, on behalf of the Board, for the time and effort they have invested in CWMA. He will be greatly missed,” Huffman said when announcing Burrows’s resignation.