Ros Guggi

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Ros  is an award-winning journalist who worked in seven newsrooms across Canada, most recently as Deputy Editor of The Province. Projects she ran on subjects as diverse as the Downtown Eastside, aging, racism and the needs of young children were nominated four times for Canada’s National Newspaper Awards, winning twice. The project about how parents and governments can give kids a better start in life also won a Jack Webster Award.
Her journalism career included stints at the Ottawa Citizen, the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and the Vancouver Sun and she was the visiting Irving Chair in Journalism at St. Thomas University in Fredericton for two months in 2016.

Ros has worked on several boards including the North Vancouver City Library Board, the Alzheimer Society of B.C., the Women’s Leadership Council with the Vancouver Board of Trade and the Langara Journalism Advisory Committee. She has been a volunteer judge of the National Newspaper Awards and a mentor to a single mom through the YWCA.

She believes in giving back to her community and that an investment in the development of children’s hearts and minds is crucial.

Ros lives in North Vancouver with her husband and has two sons who live in London, England and New York City.