Councillor Bill McNulty
Bill McNulty has lived in Richmond for 43 years and has served on Richmond City Council since 1993. He is active and involved in volunteering in the community, focusing on arts, culture, business, sport, recreation and wellness.
Bill has been a successful event organizer and fund raiser for numerous non-profit societies and charities. He is a Life Member of the Richmond Women’s Resource Centre as well as the Richmond Arts Coalition and the Richmond Arts Connection. For many years, he has been a sports administrator and coach and is the Founder and a Life Member of Richmond Sports Council. He has fulfilled the role of the Western God of Wealth (Cai Shen) at the Chinese New Year celebrations in Richmond for the past two decades.
Bill has served as a Rotarian for over 25 years, and he is the Founder and President of the Rotary E-Club of Lulu Island. A past president of the U.B.C. Alumni Association, Bill is presently serving his ninth three-year term on the Academic Senate of the University of B.C. He has been recognized both provincially and nationally for his accomplishments. In 2005, Bill was presented the B.C. Community Achievement Award, and in 2013, he was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Medal.
Bill currently represents Richmond as the first alternate to the first Director, Mayor Brodie, on the Metro Vancouver Board of Directors. He was a full GVRD Director from 1999-2002. Bill is Richmond’s representative on the Board of Directors of E-Comm (911) and has represented the city since June 2008. He has served as a Director of the Metro Vancouver Housing Board of Directors for the past nine years.
Bill is Chair of Richmond’s Community Safety Committee, Vice-Chair of the Planning Committee and is a member of the following Standing Committees of Council: General Purposes, Finance, and Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services. He is the City Council representative to the following city advisory committees, organizations, and community associations: Richmond Sports Council, the Richmond Sister City Advisory Committee, the Arena Community Association, the Thompson Community Association, and the Steveston Historical Society.
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