Board of Directors

Jodi Westbury


Jodi is an experienced marketing communications professional, business strategist and branding specialist, with an MBA. Currently the Director of Marketing & Communications for Coast Hotels Ltd., Jodi takes pride in developing marketing programs that deliver results.

Jodi’s background includes leadership roles at Grouse Mountain Resort and Tourism Whistler. Jodi is known for the innovation and creativity she brings to business challenges. Jodi and her husband Peter are outdoor enthusiasts who have a deep appreciation for wild spaces. During their downtime, you can find them paddling their canoe, hiking, biking, skiing, or exploring with their two dogs.

Anson Wong

Vice Chair

Dr. Anson Wong is a sustainability and philanthropy professional with extensive experience and knowledge in environmental and social risk management, wildlife conservation, non-profit management, and social impact. He is a seasoned social profit professional both in North America and Asia.

Throughout his career he worked for PriceWaterhouseCoopers, The Nature Conservancy, Conservation International, OneSky for all children Foundation, and The Fred Hollows Foundation. He is a volunteer and board member of various NPOs in Asia and Canada. He is passionate about the well-fare and conservation of wildlife, which is an integral part of the larger eco-system.

Jenson Leung


Jenson Leung is a lawyer practicing employment law with an interest in privacy law and its impacts on the workplace.

Jenson has over four years of full-time legal experience in the areas of employment law, insurance defense, regulatory law and civil litigation. He has also managed the closing process for a major commercial real estate transaction. His litigation experience includes assisting with a 2-month long commercial arbitration and acting as lead counsel on a 5-day wrongful dismissal trial in BC Supreme Court.

Jenson has a wide range of work and volunteer experience, including co-op work terms with the Ontario Securities Commission in Toronto and Hunter Litigation Chambers and Alexander Holburn in Vancouver. He has completed a clinical term with the UVic Law Centre, during which he represented clients in BC Provincial Court in a wide range of civil, criminal and family law matters.

During his spare time, Jenson enjoys scuba diving, traveling, and spending time with his dog.


Ken Cen


Ken Cen, a project manager based in Vancouver, has brought a wealth of experience in accounting, human resources, and project management to the WRA Board since his appointment in 2023.

Although Ken’s background is primarily in business, he now focuses his work on digital services, system implementations, data analytics, and IT strategic planning. Alongside this, he has co-founded tech start-ups and successfully managed large teams, showcasing his expertise in both project management and business operations.

With a degree in accounting and certifications including PMP, CPHR, CPA, ICP, and Lean Six Sigma belts, Ken is well-prepared to contribute to WRA’s growth and provision of essential wildlife services.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Ken enjoys volunteering, exploring new musical instruments, hiking, and experimenting with new recipes.

Glenn Boyle

Past Chair

Glenn has many years of international experience as a director and senior manager in non-profit and corporate sectors. He served as Executive Director of WRA from 2008-2014 and continues to be a lifetime member and steadfast supporter of WRA’s work.

Glenn has degrees in Marine & Freshwater Biology (BSc), Environmental Technology (MSc), and Zoology (Ph.D.), and has previously worked as a professional wildlife biologist and rehabilitator.

His varied personal interests include environmental conservation, performance arts, and sports coaching, and he has been an active community volunteer since moving to Burnaby with his family in 2007.