DPAC Executive

If you are interested in becoming a part of the executive or any other DPAC or District partner group committees, please contact any executive member below via their email address.
President – Lisa Moore, president@langleydpac.ca

Lisa is a passionate advocate for children. Since adopting her own three special needs children in 2009 she has run for school trustee, been involved on various school PACs and been an active member of DPAC. As a practicing clinical counsellor she helps parents of special needs children access resources and works with children, youth, transgender clients and provides parenting workshops in the community.  When not working Lisa is usually camping, boating or skiing with her five children and international students from the Langley School District.




Vice-President 1 – Kerri Ross-Grijzen *ON-LEAVE*, VP1@langleydpac.ca

* Kerri is currently On-Leave from this position. *After moving to Langley, with her family, Kerri realized how important local involvement was to the health of the community. She began by attending the PAC at RC Garnett and eventually joined DPAC in 2015. Every child should have the same educational opportunities and choices and bringing parents and the school district together is one way to help make this happen.


Vice-President 2 – Jennifer Engele , VP2@langleydpac.ca

Jennifer is a marketing communications professional and a mom of three exceptional elementary aged children; of which one has down syndrome and one is gifted. She is passionate about improving access to education and promoting inclusion. Jennifer is active in her north Langley community; she and her husband both work in Langley and are longtime residents.




Treasurer – Position Vacant, treasurer@langleydpac.ca

If you are interested in this position, please email info@langleydpac.ca


Members at Large (MAL):


tinaMAL – Tina Patterson,

Tina Patterson is a mom of two, an Educator, a hobby photographer, and an active community volunteer in the Langley’s. She has a passion for Inclusive and Public Education. As a Member at Large Tina strives to bridge the gap for parents who feel they have lost their voice while working collaboratively with educational partners.



MAL –  Teresa Blades

Teresa is a proud mother of 3, an Early Childhood Educator and a member with Langley DPAC for over 4 years. She is also a part time music teacher and her passion lies with music education available to every child within the district.



MAL –  Brian Martens

Bio coming soon