The Cliff Bungalow - Mission Community Association (CBMCA) values the historic character, natural environment, socio-economic and cultural diversity, and the role of residents in our community.
As board members we value:
the opportunity for residents to be engaged in civic life to preserve what is best about Cliff Bungalow-Mission and contribute to creating a positive future for our neighbours and our neighbourhood;
being part of a board that is inclusive, works collaboratively as a team in a spirit of camaraderie, and values what each member has to offer;
being part of a board that works strategically and effectively to affect change.
Please contact us if you are interested in joining the board or volunteering for one of our committees.
Bob has been a part of the Cliff Bungalow-Mission CA for more than 35 years. He first got involved because of a proposed development that had immediate impact on him. He says he has remained involved for so many years because he is still able to contribute to the vitality of the community, enjoys it, and is very proud of where he lives. Bob has played a key role in many exciting initiatives not only in his community but also throughout Calgary. One of the most notable being founding the popular Lilac Festival as a way to showcase and bring awareness to one of the city’s oldest communities.
Lucy first moved to Mission in 2002 and watched the area evolve and change in so many ways. She joined the Cliff-Bungalow to contribute back to the community she has enjoyed for so many years.
She has participated in the start-up and management of various businesses through her professional career. As a Director-at-Large her involvement is in events and areas where help is most needed and where her business and accounting experience can be of service. She is a fitness enthusiast and coffee shop lover.
Planning and Development Director
Zaakir has lived in Mission since 2013 and has served on the Cliff Bungalow-Mission board since 2020. He acts as the current Director of the Planning and Development Committee.
Zaakir has a background in finance, economics and real estate, and has held many capital markets positions, both within the public and private sector. Zaakir's favourite parts about Cliff Bungalow-Mission include the neighbourhood's wonderful people, historical character, amazing eateries and tranquil outdoor space.
Robin has been a CBMCA volunteer since the mid-90s, when she revamped the newsletter and served as its editor. In 2015 she edited Cliff Bungalow-Mission: A Heritage Community and sat on the Planning and Development committee before taking over the Environment portfolio. Robin is committed to preserving our green spaces and being an advocate for Calgary's urban canopy.
Robin and her mom moved to Calgary (living in Rideau Towers) from Chicago in 1968 when her grandfather managed the opening of the Husky Tower. Her background is journalism and graphic design.
Brandon was born and raised in southwest Calgary, attending Sir James Lougheed Elementary, AE Cross Junior High and Central Memorial High School. After he finished grade school he moved south to attend the University of Lethbridge where he completed a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Kinesiology. Brandon graduated in 2016 and returned to Calgary in hopes of finding work and living in his hometown again. He was able to find a job in healthcare, working closely with orthopaedic medicine in and around the hospitals of Southern Alberta. Most importantly, however, he found a great neighbourhood to live – Mission.
Mo’s involvement with Mission is through his office at Holy Cross building, where he has practiced as a financial advisor since 2017. Mo has over 25 years experience in IT, oil and gas, and financial services industries and currently works as business development manager for a life insurance company looking after the business in western Canada. Mo joined the CBMCA board of directors as a director-at-large in 2019 and loves to participate in the community activities in any form he can.
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