Miranda V. Flury
March 2, 2022
Miranda V. Flury of Fort St. John, BC, was first elected to the FCL Board in 2022. She is one of the directors elected by District 1 which is comprised of 25 member co-ops in British Columbia and Alberta. Miranda has primary responsibility for nine member co-ops.
As an FCL Director, Miranda participates on the Board's Human Resources and Credentials Committees. In addition, she is the Board’s representative to Co-operatives and Mutuals Canada.
Miranda has served as a member of the Fort St. John Co-op Board of Directors for four years where she held the responsibility of Governance Committee Chair.
Miranda is incredibly passionate about cooperative governance and has built a business (Hawkeye Strategies) that serves Cooperative Boards and Executives across North America. She focuses her time on custom governance facilitations like strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, enterprise risk management, etc., along with developing Director/Executive education. Miranda is a sought-out public speaker and you will find her engaging audiences on the topics of governance and strategy.
Miranda completed her undergraduate degree from the University of Guelph, a Master’s level degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and an Executive MBA from the University of Fredericton. She has also completed the Advanced Cooperative Governance Certification through the University of Saskatchewan. Miranda has held Board Director roles on Cooperative, Regulatory and Private Boards. In her spare time, she is a mentor with Futurpreneur where she helps new entrepreneurs successfully start their businesses. Miranda is also a CrossFit enthusiast!