Board of Directors

Graham Anderson – President

Graham is a social entrepreneur with a passion for the community resilience and the co-operative movement. Graham works as a Program Manager with Ecotrust Canada and he is also a founding member of Shift Delivery Co-op, a innovative worker co-op replacing truck trips in the downtown core with heavy-duty cargo trikes. Through this social enterprise he has gained experience with business planning, member engagement, and financial management. This is Graham’s fifth term on the board and second term as board chair.

Clay Braziller– Vice President

Clay Braziller brings over 25 years of experience leading corporate strategy, BD and marketing in  the corporate, not for profit, and government sector.  He is the past chair of the Neil Squire Society,  is an executive in residence for the BC Technology Association and a lecturer with the SFU Beedie school of business on science and technology commercialization. 

Bill Bargeman

Bill is a retired teacher and local teacher union president.  He lives in the ‘hood, shops by bike, and has been a member of the East End Food Co-op for over 25 years. He joined the Board in 2009.

Dragana Panic

Dragana brings 15+ years of experience with financial and retail cooperatives, and currently works at Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) in Information Security. She has a passion for cooperatives and sustainable business practices and believes that through the support of local businesses, citizens help their communities thrive. When not working or spreading her seeds of cooperative knowledge you can find Dragana on the ski hills or out camping in the province’s beautiful wilderness.

Guillaume Colley

Guillaume is a data scientist with 10+ years of experience in Data and Customer Analytics. He currently works within the Enterprise Intelligence department of VanCity Credit Union. As a resident of East Vancouver, Guillaume has quickly made the East-End Food Co-op his main provider of healthy and local products. He believes that co-ops put communities before profit and that they have an important part to play in today’s society. As a member of the Grandview-Woodlands Citizen assembly (2014-2015), Guillaume has gained insights into the future and planning of the neighbourhood. In his free time (if any), he loves to explore the BC backcountry on skis or on foot.