I have served as the Regional Councillor-at-Large for the Okanagan-Kootenays for the past two years, and am excited about the opportunity to serve for two more!
I have learned a great deal about the governance and management of our Party over the past couple of years. With this experience, I am confident that I can continue to make a valuable contribution to the party and its members by serving on Provincial Council.
In addition to environmental conservation, one of my main areas of interest is governance and democratic reform. As a lawyer, I have extensive experience advising businesses and non-profit organizations on their governance.
I enjoy volunteering for the Party and I feel that my experience and training make me well suited for a position on Provincial Council.
Clayton lives in Kamloops, and has been practicing law in British Columbia since 2007. Clayton’s law practice is focused on corporate commercial law, estate planning, and real estate law. As a sole practitioner, Clayton’s clients are mainly individuals, small businesses, and non-profit organizations. In addition, Clayton is an experienced election lawyer, and represented the Green Party of BC for the Judicial Recount in the West Vancouver-Sea to Sky electoral district for the 2020 Provincial General Election.
Clayton has served on the board of directors for a variety of non-profit organizations, including conservation organizations, provincial sport organizations, and sport clubs. Currently, Clayton is the Chair of the Land Trust Alliance of British Columbia.
Clayton is active in the Green Party of BC. As Chair of the Kamloops Riding Association, Clayton has a good understanding of the role, operations and needs of riding associations. Clayton has also served as a member of the Green Party of BC’s Governance Committee for the past two years.
Clayton is an avid cross country skier, and volunteers locally and provincially as a coach and an official for cross country skiing and biathlon.