Feeding Hope. Changing Lives.
William B. Mollard
William Mollard has served as Chief Operating Officer for The Salvation Army BC Division, and has held several executive healthcare positions in hospitals and care homes across Canada. Outside of his tremendous success in executive leadership roles, Bill has been Senior Pastor of two churches in BC, and is decorated with the Canadian Medal of Bravery (1987).
Happily married to his wife, Darlene, for over 30 years, Bill says, “It’s been the joy of our lives to enjoy each other.” With a heart for the poor and a desire to make a real difference in the lives of those in need in our communities, Bill Mollard brings a valuable perspective to UGM.
Dan Russell, DMin
Director of Programs
Dan joined the staff of UGM in January 2007. As Director of Programs, Dan is responsible for the overall delivery of UGM programs into the community. He loves the opportunity to care for the poor in the name of Christ, and seeks to foster an environment of mutual respect and dignity that is extended to those we serve.
Before coming to UGM, Dan and his wife Karen served as missionaries in Austria for 14 years. With a Doctorate of Ministry from Carey Theological College, Dan is passionate about excellence and integrity in a faith-based organizational context. He’s also passionate about his three awesome kids, Andreas, Christopher and Mikaela.
Grace Lynn Reeve, MAL, CPHR
Director of Operations
Grace Lynn has an entrepreneurial bent, having spent many years running a successful consulting practice. She also possesses extensive management and human resources experience with the provincial government. The Operations Department is responsible for maintenance of all UGM facilities and vehicles, running UGM’s meal program, procurement and maintenance of UGM’s IT resources, and attracting, training and supporting the amazing staff and volunteers who are the heartbeat of this organization. Grace Lynn holds an MA in Leadership, Business, from Trinity Western University and is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources.
Grace Lynn and her husband, Ken, divide their time between Vancouver, Princeton and Abbotsford. Their home church is Living Water Community Church in Princeton. Between them, Grace Lynn and Ken have four sons, two daughters, and seven grandchildren – so family time is a big priority!
Director of Resource Development
Ryan Koch has extensive fundraising experience with a number of organizations in education, healthcare, and social services. As Director of Resource Development, he is responsible for strategic leadership and managing the development, process and implementation of UGM’s annual fundraising plan in order to meet UGM’s capital and operating requirements. He is passionate about bringing hope and healing to the lives of the guests served.
Ryan and his wife Laura live in Langley with their 3 young daughters and are active members at The Church at Southpoint. With 3 young kids, spare time is not plentiful; however, Ryan likes to participate in community theatre whenever possible.
Teresa Black Hughes
Senior Financial Planner & Investment Advisor; Rogers Group Financial
Founder & CEO, Promerita Financial Group
Retired as Guest Services Coordinator for Canucks Sports and Entertainment
Partner, Bigfoot Crane Company Inc.
Pasman Smith & Co. Ltd.
Family Practice Physician
President, CFO on the Go!
Lawyer, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin
Passionate to serve in a community determined to overcome poverty, homelessness, and addiction? Come alongside people and provide a hand up in a variety of areas. We need people with all sorts of education and professional backgrounds in our day-to-day operations.
Front Desk Worker, Hastings Outreach
A permanent part-time (22.5 hours per week) position is available to cover the Front Desk reception at our 601 Hastings facility for the following weekly shifts: Sunday & Monday, 12 – 8am, and Thursday, 4pm – 12am. If you are friendly and able to deal with difficult situations with ease, and have weekend evenings available, this might be the opporutnity you've been waiting for!
Career Development Counsellor
We are looking for a Christian individual, mature in faith and character, who is passionate about providing employment-related assistance to UGM's recovery program residents, as well as to the wider Downtown Eastside community. If you have 3-5 years of related Employment Counselling experience, and excellent communication and decision-making skills--this might be a match!