Walter Segsworth, Science World board chair; Bryan Tisdall, Science World retiring president and CEO; his wife, Kathy Tisdall; and his son, Justin Tisdall, Juke Fried Chicken owner
Kevin Gass, BCLC VP lottery gaming; Bryan Tisdall, Science World retiring president and CEO; and Rick Knowlan, Knowlan Consulting Group president
Chris Staples, Rethink Communications partner and national creative director; Bryan Tisdall, Science World retiring president and CEO; Jim Dehoney, Dehoney Financial Group president; his wife, Jackie Dehoney; and Dave Pundick, Dehoney Financial Group VP retirement and investment services
Andrew Harries, Science World Board past chair and SFU Beedie School of Business professor of practice, Bsquare chairman and Sierra Wireless co-founder; Jeff Devins, Crestwood Capital Partners Ltd. president and former board member; and Paul Geyer, LightIntegra Technology Inc. CEO and former board chair
Vera Devins; Patsy McMillan, False Creek Residents Association chair; and her husband, John McMillan
Brian Radburn, Science World VP corporate operations and CFO; and Lui Petrollini, Ernst & Young partner and Science World treasurer
Kristy Laird, Vancouver Foundation associate donor services; Justin Tisdall, Juke Fried Chicken owner; and Sameena Tisdall, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts events manager
Dr. Lindsay Machan, Ikomed Technologies founder; and Launi Skinner, First West Credit Union CEO
Chris O’Riley, BC Hydro deputy CEO; and Scott Sampson, new Science World president and CEO
Andrea Durham, Science World VP exhibits, digital & evaluation; and Dr. Marcello Pavan, TRIUMF outreach and education co-ordinator
Walter Segsworth, Science World board chair; Wendy Cairns; and her husband, Dr. John Cairns, UBC professor of medicine, former dean of medicine and former Science World board member
Steve Baker, Telus World of Science Edmonton COO; and Clare Charnley, Science World donor engagement specialist
Science World celebrates the retirement of CEO Bryan Tisdall
Science World at Telus World of Science
June 22, 2016
More than 100 VIPs attended the celebration of Science World CEO Bryan Tisdall’s retirement. Encouraged to dress in their summer whites or blues, guests were served canapés and refreshments. Speeches described how Science World has changed over the last 18 years and the lasting impact it has made on the province under Tisdall’s leadership.
Joining Science World in November 1997 at a time of some turmoil for the organization, Tisdall spent several years steadying the course, ultimately leading to the organization's current revised and sustainable business model, a significant increase in attendance and a sound financial position.
Science World’s mission and history is to engage British Columbians in science and to inspire future science and technology leadership throughout the province.