Tom has been a resident of Surrey for the past 30 years and currently lives with his wife Pav and their three young children in the Fraser Heights neighbourhood.
At Surrey City Council, Tom has been guided by his fundamental belief that his job is to give a voice to all constituents, and that his duty as a Council member is to constantly work toward responsible growth and development in the creation of a fiscally sound and socially progressive city.
Tom’s community service has focused on helping some of the most vulnerable populations in Surrey and across the province. Tom was a founding Director of the Surrey Homelessness & Housing Society, a Director of the Healthcare Benefit Trust, and recently left his post as the Chief Financial Officer for Coast Mental Health, the largest, non-profit mental health agency in British Columbia.
Taking immediate steps to curb violence must be balanced with long-term policy decisions — ensuring that we prevent problems before they happen.
From LRT to an Innovation Hub, we're interested in the investments that strengthen the fabric of our community, making Surrey more vibrant and inviting.
Every month 1,300 new residents choose Surrey for its livability and amenities for young families. Let's invest in what's working and future protect our city.
The vibrancy and maturity of a city is often judged by the quality of its artistic expression. It's time for Surrey to invest for the future of our cultural landscape.
Our public venues are second to none in the Province. Pride of place comes from supporting homegrown talent, cultivated on our own fields and facilities.
Let's shape our future, together. That can only happen when everyone feels welcome at City Hall, and our residents understand how decisions are made.
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