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TBIA welcomes new ED and Director of Community Engagement

As TBIA charts this new chapter, the focus remains on fostering connectivity, amplifying collaboration, and strengthening community engagement.
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Jim Kinnear Photo Pictured left to right; Kelly Scott is the new director of community engagement and Giovanni D’Agostino is the new executive director for the Tsawwassen Business Improvement Association.

Tsawwassen Business Improvement Association (TBIA) is thrilled to announce the appointment of Giovanni D’Agostino as the new executive director and Kelly Scott as director of community engagement.

This strategic move by the board of directors ushers in an exciting era of transformation and renewal for the non-profit organization.

The TBIA, whose mandate is to enhance and promote the economic vitality, vibrancy, and well-being of the local Tsawwassen business community, envisions growth and collaboration through strategic initiatives, stakeholder partnerships, and community engagement for businesses, residents, and visitors alike.

“We are excited to welcome Giovanni and Kelly to the TBIA family. Their dynamic backgrounds and shared commitment to community empowerment align seamlessly with our vision for Tsawwassen’s growth,” said board president Randy Scott.

D’Agostino brings a wealth of experience from both the non-profit and for-profit sectors, with a unique perspective shaped by his dedication to social and environmental impact.

His leadership is expected to drive TBIA’s strategic direction in alignment with the evolving needs of Tsawwassen’s business landscape.

Kelly Scott boasts a formidable background in management alongside a skillset that encompasses outward-facing customer service and community engagement expertise. Her contributions are intended to enhance TBIA’s connections within the local community, fostering an atmosphere of authentic relationship building and growth.

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