BOMI Canada was pleased to announce the establishment of an annual scholarship award, in the name of Vyetta Sunderland in 2015. With the support of BOMI International, BOMI Canada established this scholarship in recognition of Vyetta’s focus on excellence and her lifelong commitment to education. Having served as Chairman of BOMI Canada from 1999-2004, Vyetta went on to be a long serving member of BOMI International's Board (2000 - current) and served as their Chair from 2009 - 2011.
This annual scholarship of $2,000 will be awarded to a Canadian student who is in pursuit of advancing their property management career or entering the property management field.
Rod Winters, Vice-Chair of BOMI Canada announced the recipient of the 2016 scholarship in Regina as part of the BOMEX 2016 Gala award ceremonies.
The scholarship for 2016 is Constance Davis. Constance started as a property administrator and has advanced to her most recent role as a property manager. She is actively seeking out ways and means to advance her knowledge and sat on her companies Playbook Committee creating policy and procedures for all aspects of their property management processes. She volunteers as secretary for a condo Board and has been active in several major projects which include parkade remediation, historical restorations, flood cleanup and boiler replacement.
Constance is actively working to gain the experience and knowledge necessary to excel in her position and we would like to congratulate her on being this year’s recipient of the Vyetta Sunderland Scholarship Award.
The recipient for 2015 was Daniel Neaves. Daniel is a Project Consultant | Facilities Management with the London Health Sciences Centre - Victoria Hospital. Daniel started as a maintenance electrician and has progressed into a leadership role and is a facilities project leader. He is currently enrolled in the FMA designation program and his goal is to develop his skills in facility management to become an effective facilities manager. He has become passionate about facilities management because of the direct impact it has on patient safety and experience with health services.
We would like to congratulate Daniel on being the first recipient of the Vyetta Sunderland Scholarship Award.