Mark Brade Named Vice Chair of Central Okanagan Foundation

On February 27, the Central Okanagan Foundation (COF) announced the appointment of six new professionals to its board of directors.

Amongst the foundation’s new appointees is Pushor Mitchell’s own Mark Brade, a lawyer specializing in business law, real estate, and wills and estates. Brade will be taking the position of Vice Chair of the Board.

“Each new member brings a wealth of experience and a fresh perspective that is vital for our continues growth and commitment to the community,” said COF chairperson Dustyn Baulkham. “Their collective expertise will undoubtedly propel us forward in our mission.”

Brade joins the distinguished board alongside Andrew Greer, managing director and co-founder of PURPPL; Daryl Hooley, senior manager, indirect taxation services at KPMG; Kim Logan, consultant; Anita Parker, entrepreneur; and Doug Rankmore, retired non-profit executive.

The six new directors will be working alongside returning board members Dustyn Baulkham, Karen Hill, Graham Moir, Marni Adams, and Kim Inglis.

Established in 1977, the COF is dedicated to improving communities across the Central Okanagan by providing resources and grant funding across various sectors, including the arts, community services, education, environment, and health. The organization has distributed over $30 million in grants since its inception.

Congratulation to Mark Brade for his new appointment!

To connect with Mark Brade about your business law, real estate, or wills and estates needs, contact him at [email protected] or by phone at 250-869-1156.

To learn more about the Central Okanagan Foundation, please check out their website at

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