Volleyball BC is a non-profit organization that actively encourages participation and fosters the development of volleyball in BC.  As a provincial sport governing body, we are dedicated to making volleyball accessible to all British Columbians. Volleyball BC offers programs for athletes of all ages ranging from grassroots to high performance, as well as coaches and officials. As part of our mission, Volleyball BC is proud to host provincial, national and international events to showcase the sport of volleyball to all members of our province.

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Vision, Mission, and Values

OUR VISION Igniting lifelong passion for volleyball – make sure every person in BC can enjoy active living, feel connected to others, and discover their potential through volleyball.

OUR MISSION To lead enjoyable and safe volleyball experiences for people to participate, share, develop, and excel.

• Everybody gets to play We support inclusive, fun and affordable programs. We make safety a priority. We inspire potential.
• Responding with agility We are open to new possibilities. We dream big and seek to innovate. We take smart risks.
• Leading with integrity We are conscientious and caring. We respond to the needs of our communities. We honour our promises.
• Connected community We nurture healthy and respective relationships. We collaborate to inspire exceptional experiences.

Volleyball BC encourages you to let us know how we are doing. If you have comments, suggestions or concerns e-mail us at [email protected]  


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Annual General Meeting & Annual General Report

The 2022 Volleyball BC Annual General Meeting will take place on June 23, 2022 at 6:30pm PDT in an online format.  

Call for Nominations – 2022

We are seeking candidates for 3 positions on the VBC Board of Directors:

  • Vice-President (2-year term)– responsible for leading the Board, ensuring that the Board is organised properly and meets its obligations and responsibilities, and promoting member, public, and stakeholder relations. 
  • Athlete Representative (2-year term) – represents the interests of the high performance athletes, and responsible for liaison and communication between high performance athletes and the Board/VBC.
  • Member-at-Large (2-year term)

For more information about the role of a Director on the Volleyball BC Board, please review this document: Board Role Description.  Please note: The incumbents currently in these roles are seeking to remain on the Board. However, we welcome additional interested individuals in either the Board or supporting our work on Committees.  

Volleyball BC has a skills-based and governance-based Board. At this time, we particularly welcome individuals with the following skills and experience:

  • Accounting and financial experience
  • Legal and governance
  • Marketing and communications
  • Facility management

Volleyball BC is committed to encouraging diversity, inclusion, equity and access in its administration and governance. We support applications that reflect the diversity of our membership on our Board and Committees. 

Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply for the VBC Board of Directors by completing the APPLICATION form and submitting a one-page bio and summary of experience to President of Volleyball BC at [email protected] by 5:00 p.m. on  May 24, 2022.

A Nominations Committee will review all nominations and communicate them to members in advance of the 2022 Annual General Meeting, which will take place electronically on June 23, 2022 at 6.30pm PDT.

To view documents from previous AGMs, click below on Past Reports and Documents.

2021-2024 Strategic Plan

2021-2024 Volleyball BC Strategic Plan With more than 50 years of history in the books, Volleyball BC now embarks on the next 50+ years. Volleyball BC has launched its new strategic plan which will be focusing on inclusion and diversity, welcoming everyone, keeping our participants safe, and engaging our community. After completion of the previous “Growing the Game” strategic plan in 2019, we now look to focus on our latest plan for the next four years. This strategic plan is the result of many hours of analyzing the current state of the sport in BC, researching, surveying and talking with many of our stakeholders and members and determining what areas and steps are necessary to continue the growth and success of the sport. We invite the volleyball community to review the 2021-2024 Strategic Plan and we look forward to working with you to make the next four years as successful as the last 50! 



A Board Member is responsible for representing the membership of Volleyball BC. The role requires the Board Member to be accountable for the following duties:

1. Meeting Participation – The Board Member is expected to participate in all meetings of the Board including conference calls and face-to- face meetings.

2. Committee Participation – The Board Member is also expected to actively participate in one or more VBC Committees, as amended from time to time.

3. Be Informed – The Board Member must be informed about the affairs of the organization to properly perform their duty to act in the best interest of the association. The expectation is the Board Member prepares for each Board conference call or meeting by reviewing all material provided by the CEO. The Board Member is also expected to listen to, engage with and share the needs of the membership.

4. Conflict of Interest and Confidentiality – The Board Member shall not participate in any organization decision when the Board Member has a material financial interest in the transaction in question without first informing the Board of the interest and following proper procedures.

For more information about the role of a VBC Board member, click here.

President Doramy Ehling, Vice President/Secretary Rayel Bausenhaus, Treasurer Rob Hill, Athletes Representative Jamie Hatch, Director At Large Jake Cabot, Director At Large Ryan Gandy, Director At Large Chantz Strong, Member At Large Keeva Kehler