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                      the communities we serve
          through restorative measures
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board of directors

C.J. (Greta) Airhart C.J. (Greta) Airhart
Greta Airhart is a practicing lawyer providing service in the Tri-Cities area and a proud resident of Coquitlam. As a member of the BC Law Society and the Canadian Bar Association's family and children's law sections and through her practice, Ms. Airhart commits her every day to helping children grow into better lives by supporting and guiding families through legal conflict. Ms. Airhart commits to CERA's purpose to bringing restorative justice into the community with her goal to aid youth in trouble by facilitating opportunity for redirection to live into their own unique and inherently good lives.

Lorne Zapotichny Lorne Zapotichny
Lorne Zapotichny is the retired Chief Constable of New Westminster Police Department. Prior to joining the New Westminster Police Service, Lorne completed 30 years of service with the R.C.M.P. At the time of his retirement from the RCMP, Lorne was the Officer In Charge of the 160 member Coquitlam/Port Coquitlam Detachment where he demonstrated a strong commitment to community policing. With the assistance of many people, numerous new policing initiatives and strategies were implemented. Lorne has been a supporter of the CERA Society since the organization's inception. Lorne holds a B.A. from Notre Dame University of Nelson and a LLB (Bachelor of Laws) from the University of Victoria.

Monty Carstairs Monty Carstairs
During his lengthy legal career, Monty was Crown Counsel for 42 years and retired as Deputy Director of the Commercial Crime, Securities, and Proceeds of Crime Department, under the Criminal Appeals and Special Prosecutions Department. In addition, he taught at numerous institutions, including, Simon Fraser University, the Institute of Chartered Accountants, British Columbia Institute of Technology, and the Canadian Bankers Association, among others. These days, he is running his private practice in Port Moody.

Tarry Grieve Tarry Grieve
Tarry Grieve is a retired educator with 37 years experience as a teacher Grades 4 to Graduate Studies , as a Principal of Elementary and Secondary Schools, and as a District Superintendent. Since retirement he has volunteered to serve his community as Vice Chair of the Tri-City Task Force for the Homeless, as a member of the Port Moody Police Board and as a member of several Port Moody City committees. He is committed to social justice advocacy and to addressing issues concerning youth.