Alex Pope

For Secretary


As per the BC Green Party’s bylaws, all members may vote for the Secretary. 

Alex is the incumbent for Secretary and was elected during the 2019 AGM internal party elections.

Hi, I'm Alex Pope. I'm asking for your vote to re-elect me to the position of Secretary of the BC Green Party Provincial Council. I'm proud of the small part I have had in our successes to date, having run as a candidate for MLA in the 2013 and 2017 elections, and in my role on Provincial Council, first as Regional Rep for Fraser Valley – Surrey, and then as Secretary. Over the next few years, we need to build our resources for election readiness. Not only to be ready for an election but to give our MLAs the leverage to push the NDP to pass better legislation. We live in a beautiful province. We want our children, and our grandchildren, to be able to continue to enjoy what our province has to offer... and to be able to afford to live here. Electing more BC Green MLAs is the best way I know of to achieve that goal. Provincial Council's role is to work towards making that happen. I'm motivated to contribute to our future success by serving on Provincial Council.


About Alex

Alex Pope was born in Vancouver and grew up in North Vancouver. He earned a BSc in Computer Science from UBC (1988) and has worked as a computer programmer/analyst/consultant since then, much of the work being related to financial services. He is now working towards an EMBA in Social Enterprise Leadership at the University of Fredericton Sandermoen School of Business, with an expected graduation in the Spring of 2022. 

Alex married his wife Barb in 1996 and the couple now has three children aged 22, 20, and 14. The family has been living in Maple Ridge for 20 years.

Alex has a variety of governance experience volunteering on several non-profit boards and has been serving on the BC Green Party Provincial Council for four years, with the last two as Secretary. He was also a candidate for the BC Green Party in the 2013 and 2017 provincial elections and has twice put his name forward for Maple Ridge Council. 

Alex is currently filling in as Interim Executive Director of the Fraser North Farmers Market Society, which operates two farmers’ markets in Maple Ridge and Port Coquitlam, and is running his own business doing Computer Software and Management Consulting.

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