Meet our staff

Have you had a chance to meet our staff? Here’s a little bit of information about the Constituency Assistants who work at MLA David Eby’s community office:

Dulcy Anderson  has a masters degree in community design and development from MIT and a women’s studies degree from Harvard.  She has two teenage sons who have grown up in Kitsilano and a partner who teaches at UBC.  Even her cats are from Kitsilano through the Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA).  Her favourite things in VPG are Kidsbooks and Christianne’s Lyceum, the bike path to the beach, Spanish Banks, the Kitsilano Farmers Market, and Kits Pool when it’s not too crowded…Dulcy is at the office Monday-Friday.

Thea Dowler grew up in and around Vancouver Point Grey and is happy to be back in the neighbourhood from Monday to Friday each week. After a decade of supporting change makers in the non-profit sector she is excited to support local constituents in this community. Her favourite things in VPG are Pacific Spirit Regional Park, the many beaches, and Kidsbooks. Thea is at the office Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Having immigrated to Vancouver from Santiago Chile, Nicolas Bragg grew up in Kitsilano and on the Fairview Slopes. He graduated with a BA in Archaeology from Simon Fraser University and has since immersed himself within the local arts and music community. He is a musician in a local band and has performed on countless international stages. Also, Nicolas was instrumental in helping initiate the Khatsahlano Arts and Music festival. He is a father of two incredible children and is known to hit up Pulp Fiction books on his breaks at the Constituency office.  Nic is in the office on Wednesday and Thursday, when he is not busy making music.