• THE EXECUTIVE TEAM

    This is the leading team that helps our department heads and group administrators reach our goals and work towards our vision. This year, our team is especially meaningful because it will be their second year in leadership, meaning that they will have a better grasp on how to implement the necessary changes to improve our Rover Crew.

  • DEPARTMENT HEADS

    Our group is structured in different departments with a great number of participating members. With so many individuals within each team, it would be impossible for just the Executive Team to manage it all. This is where Department Heads come into play, as they bring structure and direction to the teams.

  • ADMINISTRATION TEAM

    As with any organization, in addition to the Management Team, there must be a team in the background overseeing the logistical aspects of the group. Our Administration Team deals with important group functions such as the Rover Crew’s finances, communication with Scouts Canada, Group Registration, and the distribution of awards.

  • SCOUTERS

    One of the aspects of our group that particularly attracts youth to join is the Mentorship program. Our Scouters provide in-depth guidance and aid our members in clarifying their objectives, as well as taking part in furthering their personal development. In addition, our Scouters advise our departments to ensure our projects and initiatives are successful, and provide a safe environment for Rovers to develop in leadership and management skills.  

  • Scouter and Past President (2006-2009)
    Kevin Li was one of the Rovers who helped start the 180th Pacific Coast Scout Group. He was also the President of the Rover Crew for three years during the Read More
    Kevin LiScouter and Past President (2006-2009)

    Kevin Li was one of the Rovers who helped start the 180th Pacific Coast Scout Group. He was also the President of the Rover Crew for three years during the Group’s infancy. He joined the Scout Movement when he was 8 years old as a Cub Scout, and has achieved his Chief Scout Award. Currently, Kevin is a Scouter for the Crew and a Scouter to many young Rover Scouts. In addition to being a Scouter, Kevin is also contributing to the Scouts Canada National team in charge of the Rover Program refresh, by infusing our experiences as a Rover Crew at a National level to benefit others around the country. As one of the founding members of the Crew, Kevin has taken on many leading roles that contributed to our success today including the Group Commissioner role for 23rd Elsie Roy Scout Group.

    Kevin graduated from UBC with a Bachelor of Applied Science in 2006, graduating with Distinction in Mechanical Engineering. Since his graduation, Kevin now works as a Business Analyst with Mountain Equipment Co-op, Canada’s largest supplier of outdoor equipment.

    Kevin is a recipient of the Medal of the Maple for Distinguished Youth Service to Scouting. He also received the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal, an honour given to young Canadians who have made outstanding and exemplary contributions to the community or Canada as a whole.

    Scouter and Past President (2010)
    Since joining the Crew in 2007, Clarice has developed a strong passion for helping Rovers achieve their full potential as leaders and project managers. Previously as the co-Vice President of Read More
    Clarice FuScouter and Past President (2010)

    Since joining the Crew in 2007, Clarice has developed a strong passion for helping Rovers achieve their full potential as leaders and project managers. Previously as the co-Vice President of the Internal Development department, Clarice was one of the co-founders of the Personal Development Plan, which is now an essential component in every one of our Rover’s growth.

    Clarice completed her Masters of Science in Zoology in 2009 at the University of British Columbia and was awarded the Governor General’s Gold Medal Award for the top Masters student of her graduating class. Clarice has since shifted gears to pursue a career in business and is now employed as a Customer Solutions Supervisor in the Label Division at the Great Little Box Company, one of Canada’s top 100 Employers as ranged by Maclean’s magazine and one of the best companies to work for in BC. Clarice is currently working towards her Management Certificate in Human Resources at BCIT.

    Clarice’s other passions include wining & dining, music & singing, and organizing (yes, she gets a kick out of it!). Her favorite books include “Superfreakonomics”, “What Color is your Parachute”, Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!”, and anything by Malcolm Gladwell.

    Clarice is a recipient the Medal of the Maple for Distinguished Youth Service to Scouting, the Medal for Good Service, and has received her 10 Year Service Award.

    Rover President
    Victor joined the Scout Movement as a Beaver Scout in 1996 with the 32nd Richmond Scout Group where he later rejoined as a Venturer Scout. Today, Victor is an active Read More
    Victor ChanRover President

    Victor joined the Scout Movement as a Beaver Scout in 1996 with the 32nd Richmond Scout Group where he later rejoined as a Venturer Scout. Today, Victor is an active Cub Leader for the 32nd Richmond Scout Group, and a Rover Scout with the 180th Pacific Coast Scout Group. As a Rover, Victor has dedicated his past year to evolving and improving the Group’s monthly conferences. His hard work is recognized as having created a new environment for Crew members to share ideas and gain new experiences.

    Victor is a graduate from UBC’s Agroecology program, where he finished his Bachelors of Science degree with Honours, specializing in Animal Studies. Victor’s love for animals has led him to work at a dairy farm and aquatic animal research facility, and is now studying at UBC in the department of Zoology as a Master candidate, raising salmon for aquaculture research.

    You will find Victor delving into new knowledge of science and electronics on his spare time. Otherwise, you’ll find him behind a camera improving his camera photography skills.

    Victor is a recipient of the Medal of Maple for Distinguished Youth Service to Scouting, the Certificate of Commendation, and has received his 5 Year Service Pin.