- fl. 1986-present
Maureen Douglas is a public, workplace, and leadership engagement professional with 25 years of experience in building positive and constructive work environments. She is currently a facilitator, speaker, and strategist with Mobilize Strategies and the Executive Director of Arts Whistler. She has served as the Executive Director of the Street Access Entertainment Society in Vancouver (1986-1989), the Director of Festivals and Events at Tourism Whistler (1990-1999), the Director of Communications and Community Relations for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games (2002-2010), the Chair of the Pemberton Cultural Roundtable (2012-2015), and a mentor with Diversity Whistler Youth Group (2014-present).
Other past activities of Douglas' include instructing at the BC Institute of Technology, running her own event tourism consulting firm, Moideas Management, serving as a consultant for the Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games, and directing an executive course on "Public Sector, Public Engagement, and Communications" with Clariden Leadership Institute in Singapore. in 2014, she travelled to Sochi to advocate for better LGBTQ inclusion in the Olympic Games, leading to the International Olympic Council introducing a sexual non-discrimination clause in their charter.