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New face at Delta Chamber of Commerce

Kuldip Ardawa - Photo submitted
Kuldip Ardawa
— image credit: Photo submitted

Kuldip Ardawa has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors with the Delta Chamber of Commerce.

Ardawa currently works at the Surrey Food Bank as its Community Partnerships Coordinator. She is a well-known member of the community and has both volunteer and employment experience within the provincial government, the City of Surrey and many community organizations.

Ardawa is currently serving as a  member on  Surrey Board of Trade’s Education and Social Policy committees. She is also an active member on the RCMP Commanding Officer’s Cultural Advisory Committee.

Through her work with the chamber, Ardawa said she will focus on building a healthy economy and improving the quality of life for people in the community, region and province.

She hopes to utilize her knowledge to assist the Delta Chamber of Commerce in its endeavours to promote growth and prosperity. She aims to reach out and bring businesses together to lead and build vibrant, sustainable communities.

 

 

 

 

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