Liz Scroggins has been a Rotarian since 2009, club president 2011-2012, international projects chair from 2011-present. She is a proud, third-generation Rotarian as both her father and grandfather were club presidents. Rotary has provided many meaningful opportunities and experiences for both her and her family.  
On her second trip to Lesotho, South Africa, she was fortunate to bring her two teenage daughters. They worked on volunteer projects for three weeks and they worked hard! Their time working there together to help others, was life changing.
Liz lives in Whistler with her husband where they enjoy the winters skiing and rest of the year biking, hiking, golfing and enjoying their home. She volunteers on a local farm in Pemberton one half day a week and tend to their backyard vegetable and flower gardens. This provides them with an abundance of fresh food during the summer and fall.
She completed the Peace Conversation Facilitator Training program in April. She looks forward to utilizing the skills within Rotary and in my professional and personal life. Liz runs a small consulting business, specializing in community and stakeholder consultation, First Nations relations and group facilitation.
Liz looks forward to her role as Assistant Governor Sea-to-Sky and helping the area’s clubs meet their goals throughout the year.