Kevin joined the board in 2017 and is the current President. He is a lawyer with Virgin Hickman. As a family law lawyer, he sees the stressors placed on people due to addictions and how close many are to homelessness. He resides in Vernon with his partner and two children.
In her early career, Linda worked as a youth worker, probation officer and family court counsellor. She was a senior counsellor at Howard House, a transition residence and halfway house for men on conditional release. Subsequently, Linda has been an adjudicator for many years, making decisions for the B.C. Residential Tenancy Office, Employment and Assistance Appeal Tribunal, and more recently the Parole Board of Canada. Currently, she is appointed as a board member under the B.C. Mental Health Act. She has taught community college courses in sociology, criminology, and business administration. She previously served as a volunteer for the Vernon Jubilee Hospital Bioethics Committee, as well as Vernon Ringette, and the Okanagan Youth Symphony Society. Linda joined the Turning Points Collaborative Society Board in June 2020.