A prominent former Vancouver CEO and big booster of female entrepreneurs has officially entered the race to become the new leader of BC Liberals.
Val Litwin, a former co-founder of a social enterprise, entrepreneur and most recently the CEO of the BC Chamber of Commerce, is running on a platform aimed at bringing a fresh take into the BC Liberal party.
The 44-year-old father of two, who is the head of “The Forum,” a non-profit that mentors and boosts women entrepreneurs, is hoping young voters will help seal the deal for him at the finish line.
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Specifically, he is speaking to women, underrepresented groups and the 61 per cent of British Columbians under the age of 39 who feel “politically homeless.”
— Val Litwin (@vlitwin) June 22, 2021
In the coming days, Litwin’s campaign will start as he will virtually criss-cross the province meetings with Northern Mayors, tech industry leaders, post-secondary students, women entrepreneurs, and party members from Vancouver Island to the Kootenays.
For more information visit his campaign website here.