Assistant Deputy Minister, Service BC Division, Ministry of Citizens’ Services BC Public Service
Born and raised in Newfoundland, Beverly attended and graduated with a degree in Social Work from Memorial University of Newfoundland. Beverly currently resides in Victoria and is the Assistant Deputy Minister for Service BC, with the Ministry of Citizens’ Services. Beverly has worked in the public sector for over 30 years, starting her career as a child protection social worker. Throughout her career in the Public Service, Beverly has shown her commitment and dedication to children, families and all citizens of British Columbia. In Beverly’s current position; her focus is to leverage technology and a commitment to service excellence to enable the delivery of cost-effective, accessible and responsive services, making it easier for citizens and businesses to interact with government. Service BC consists of four diverse branches with over 400 staff: Provincial Identity Management Program (IDIM), Service Delivery, Strategic Services and BC Registries and Online Services.
Beverly enjoys engaging with colleagues near and far; learning about new innovations, opportunities, and initiatives to ultimately improve services to citizens, which is the driving force behind her work in the public service. On the weekends you will most likely find Beverly with her husband sailing on their boat, exploring the west coast.