Holly is an elementary school teacher with a passion for progressive programs designed to help students and their families.
Education is the cornerstone of a healthy and vibrant community. We all deserve progressive trustees that empower our familties, students, teachers and support staff.— Holly DickinsonFOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE
Holly is a passionate educator. She has spent a decade teaching at the elementary level in the Surrey School District.
She has worked and lived in Langley for over 20 years, growing up in Brookswood. She attended Brookswood Secondary and has deep roots in the Langley communities.
Holly has been a long time community volunteer, starting in high school as a Langley Girls Youth Soccer coach. She has continued her coaching efforts, led numerous leadership groups, planned Terry Fox runs, youth camping trips, and organized Christmas hampers for local families. She was also the lead on two successful cancer fundraisers.
She has served on her Strata Council since 2015, six of those years as its President. As President she has established, maintained, and balanced a $1.1 million dollar budget while working hard to increase communications and proactively maintain the housing for her local community.
Holly takes pride in making sure our schools are safe for all students. She has spent countless hours advocating for students and their mental health. She is currently the SOGI lead at her school, as well as a Safe Harbour teacher.
Prior to her teaching career, Holly worked in Human Resources managing unionized employees.
Holly lives in the Township of Langley near the Derek Doubleday Arboretum with her partner, and her dog Yoshi.
Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Simon Fraser University
Bachelor of Education, Specialization in Social Emotional Learning, University of British Columbia