Cori Ramsay has lived in Prince George for 20 years and is proud to call the region home. In 2010, she graduated from the University of Northern British Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts in English and completed her graduate diploma in Public Relations through the University of Victoria in 2022.
Upon graduation, Ramsay started work in the financial services industry and has spent over eight years working in marketing and communications. She currently works as the Lead Marketing Analyst for Integris Credit Union.
Ramsay grew up living in poverty and is passionate about making a difference in the lives of those she serves. In 2017, she gave a TEDx talk titled, “Poverty and the Power of the Living Wage,” and in 2018, the Prince George Chamber of Commerce named her a “Top 40 under 40“.
First elected in 2018, in 2022, Ramsay was elected to Prince George City Council for a second term. As a Councillor for the City of Prince George she has sat on the following committees:
- Standing Committee on Finance and Audit
- Advisory Committee on Accessibility
- Select Committee on Poverty Reduction
During her first term on council Ramsay was elected to the North Central Local Government Association (NCLGA) as their 2nd Vice President (2019), 1st Vice President (2020), President (2021), and Past President (2022). Ramsay served on the Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM) Board as the NCLGA Representative serving on the Indigenous Relations Committee, and the Health and Social Development Committee from 2021-2022.