About the Chamber

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Strategic direction

Read 2019 Strategic Plan Overview


The Squamish Chamber is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in the community by actively supporting business, economic growth and economic diversification. 


The Squamish Chamber will deliver exceptional membership value by taking a leadership role in advocating for the interest of Squamish business, by providing beneficial member services and programs, and by working in partnership with other organizations. 

Areas of Focus 

In 2019, we will deliver value to our members through our four key areas of focus, with increased emphasis on business advocacy efforts, along with strategic partnerships to enhance business development resources and grow the local economy.


Advocacy: we will be the community’s recognized ‘voice of business’ on members’ priority issues that affect businesses and local economic development 

Membership: we will enhance our programming and business development resources, improve member engagement and develop a strong member base

Partnerships & Relations: we will develop strong, strategic partnerships to grow the local economy 

Communications: we will communicate our activities clearly, demonstrating evidence based decisions, transparency and accountability 

Board of Directors

Current Board Director biographies can be found here and will be updated once new directors commence their term in January 2019.


Chamber staff

Louise Walker, Executive Director

Louise is an experienced business consultant, bringing the Chamber a wealth of knowledge and expertise with a focus on research, strategy, marketing and business development. Louise leads operations at the Squamish Chamber and is an active participant on various committees such as the Squamish Economic Steering Group.

Drawn to the Sea to Sky in 2008, Louise spent eight years with Tourism Whistler, latterly as Vice President, Marketing and Strategy, with responsibility for marketing, research, events, communications, partnerships and whistler.com (website and sales channel). She was actively involved in economic development and sat on the board of the World Ski and Snowboard Festival, Cornucopia and the executive of Whistler Festival, Events and Animation. 

Prior to Tourism Whistler, Louise was immersed in the research and consulting world, focusing on strategic marketing, from market entry and product development, to brand development and economic impact evaluation. Clients spanned a range of sectors, including government bodies such as the Scottish Government and VisitScotland, global companies such as Sony and Iceland Air, and many local small-medium sized businesses.

Louise holds a BA in Marketing Management and studied strategy through the Executive Education program at the Sauder School of Business (UBC). Louise is a prior member of the Market Research Society (MRS), the Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA), the Association of Qualitative Research (AQR) and the European Society of Market Research (ESOMAR).

Chelsy Campbell, Operations and Member Coordinator

Born and raised in Squamish, Chelsy is dedicated to enhancing and growing the Squamish community. She joined the Squamish Chamber in 2014 following a successful practicum with the Chamber as part of her studies in Business Administration at Vancouver Community College.

In her role at the Squamish Chamber, Chelsy coordinates membership services, operations and office administration. She provides support to both staff and membership and can assist with any questions you may have around member benefits, updates to business listings and financial related enquiries (e.g. payments and invoicing).

Jennifer Mooney, Events and Communications Coordinator

Jennifer is responsible for the planning and execution of events, along with marketing and communication through the Chamber’s various channels (newsletter, website, social media). With a background in marketing, sales and business administration, Jennifer brings a wide range of skills to the role and can assist with any questions you may have around events and marketing opportunities.

A long-term local, Jennifer is passionate about Squamish and being connected to an amazing, growing community of entrepreneurs, volunteers and innovators. Jennifer holds a BA in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia. See you at the next Après!

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