2020-21 APP EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Officers

Ian Marr, President – Nanaimo Port Authority, British Columbia Canada
Kimberlyn King-Hinds, First Vice President/Treasurer – Commonwealth Ports Authority, CNMI
Frank Colonna, Second Vice President – Port of Long Beach, California USA
Shao-Liang Chen, Third Vice President – Taiwan International Ports Corp, Ltd., Taiwan
Elizabeth Blanchard, Past President – Port of Stockton, California USA

Regional Representatives

Ying-Feng Chung – Taiwan International Ports Corporation, Ltd., Taiwan
Randa Coniglio – Port of San Diego, California USA
Richard (Dick) Dodge – Port of Redwood City, California USA
Isa Koki – Port Authority of Guam
Robert Larson – Port of Benton, Washington USA
Kim B. Puzey – Port of Umatilla, OR USA

At-Large Representatives

Jmaes Bing II – Republic of Marshall Islands Ports Authority
Patsy Botsford-Martin – Port of Skagit, Washington USA
Claire Tuia Poumele – American Samoa Department of Port Administration

Associate Member Sub-Committee Representatives

Jeannie Beckett – The Beckett Group
Joe Carrillo – SSA Marine

2020-21 APP President

Ian Marr, President – Nanaimo Port Authority, British Columbia Canada

Ian Marr was appointed President and CEO of Nanaimo Port Authority (NPA) in January 2019. With designations that include Certified General Accountant (CGA) and Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), he started with the Nanaimo Harbour Commission (as it was then called) in 1987 in the Property Leasing Department. Marr most recently served as the NPA’s Senior Vice President of Finance & Administration before taking on the leadership role.

 

Executive Director

Jane McIvor

Joining the APP in 2020, Jane McIvor has worked in the public relations and communications field for over 25 years, predominantly in the maritime industry, McIvor provided association management services to clients such as British Columbia Marine Trades Association, Pacific Rim Cruise Association, Cruise BC and others before launching BC Shipping News, a trade magazine focused on commercial marine activities on the West Coast of Canada. Jane has a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University of British Columbia and a Diploma in Communications from Columbia Broadcasting. She currently sits on the Boards of the Vancouver Maritime Museum and Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue, and was a recent recipient of the SS Beaver Medal for Maritime Excellence, an award presented by the Maritime Museum of British Columbia to recognize individuals who play a leadership role in the marine industry.