NIC Board welcomes Campbell River business leader

Shelley Humble is the newest member of NIC’s Board of Governors. She will join the Board at its next meeting, April 7 in Port Alberni.

NIC’s Board of Governors is welcoming Campbell River businesswoman and entrepreneur Shelley Humble to the board table.

“Shelley is a great addition to the Board,” said Board Chair Eric Mosley. “Her wealth of business and governance experience and connections to the Campbell River community make her a great addition to the board.”

Humble has been actively involved in the Campbell River community, including the Tidemark Theatre and the Campbell River Arts Council. Her business expertise includes human resources, project management, communications and media, marketing, sales and finance.

“It is an exciting time to be part of NIC, to work with the amazing team and the opportunity to help navigate the College in these ever-changing times,” said Humble.

Along with Humble, directors Arlo McCubbin, Valery Puetz and Patricia Trasolini were reappointed to the board, with their new terms ending in 2025.

NIC’s Board of Governors oversees the strategic direction of the College and supports its mission to work together, to build healthy and thriving communities, one student at a time.

Its eight appointed community members include Jane Atherton, Rob Everson, Shelley Humble, Arlo McCubbin, Barry Minaker, Eric Mosley, Valery Puetz and Patricia Trasolini.

They are joined by two elected faculty and staff members, Murray Erickson and Rylee LaTrace, and student representatives Christopher Scarlatti and Benson Daniel Babu.

NIC President Lisa Domae and Wilma Gus, chair of NIC’s Education Council, serve as ex officio board members.

Humble will join the Board at its next regular business meeting, Thursday, April 7 at the Port Alberni campus.

For more information on NIC’s Board of Governors, including member profiles and meeting schedules, visit

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