Council Candidate: Keli Westgate running in Oyama Ward

District of Lake Country: Westgate, Keli - Council Candidate

Keli is a Certified Permaculture Designer, a multi-media Producer and a Director of the non-profit Sustainable Environment Network Society (SENS) as well as a marketing freelancer, public speaker, voiceover artist and mother.

Keli was born in Vernon but moved away when she was young. She moved back to the Okanagan last year and lived in Oyama from June-September with her husband and child at Gatzke Orchards, where her husband works.

Keli is passionate about sustainable development, media literacy and women’s issue.  She brings a fresh approach and energy to the election process.

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