Affordable, thoughtful housing. Better transportation. Climate action. A Better Maple Ridge.
With her experience holding multiple director roles in corporations and non-profits, Jenny Tan is a proven leader with a track record of tackling complex issues and getting things done. In a time when we need urgent change, Jenny brings the vision and experience to tackle the affordable housing crisis in a thoughtful way, address our need for more transit and transportation, and act on the climate crisis.
A Maple Ridge we can afford to live in, where we can find good jobs, and that we are proud of.
- Housing that works for seniors, families, and young people, with enough services for all Maple Ridge residents.
- Pushing for better transit and transportation so that residents can travel around Maple Ridge and across Metro Vancouver faster and more conveniently.
- Stronger relationships with senior levels of government to get the funding we need for services in Maple Ridge.
Housing advocate, non-profit leader, business advocate
Jenny's background in business development, non-profits, and housing policy means she is keenly focused on making City Council work for people. She currently serves as the director at a non-profit that advocates for safe and active communities. Previously, she has been the director of business development for a marketing agency and worked with major corporate clients such as Save-On-Foods, the Whitecaps FC, and BCLC. Frustrated with the housing crisis and what it means for seniors and young people, she launched a podcast Should I Stay or Should I Go? to figure out what urgent steps we can take to help families have the housing they need.
Deep roots, strong vision
A Hammond girl, on her weekends and days off Jenny can be found nibbling on blueberries, going for long walks along the dykes, or checking out the summer concerts at the bandstand!