Emet Davis’s professional background includes more than 30 years in the areas of campaigns, communications, resource development and community engagement, working and consulting for progressive labour organizations, non-profits, and businesses. She’s a past Director with the BC Government and Service Employees' Union (BCGEU), one of western Canada's largest labour unions, representing 80,000+ members from BC's public service and the private sector. Earlier, as Executive Director of BC Citizens for Public Power, Emet collaborated with the Wilderness Committee and other ENGOs to stop the BC Liberal government’s privatization of the province’s electricity sector through the development of hundreds of privately owned river diversion projects. Emet is especially proud of having many opportunities, throughout her career, to use her skills in the service of positive social change and has worked to advance numerous social justice movements. After a long and enriching career, Emet has embarked on a new personal and professional path as movement coach/rehabilitative assistant, and wellness maven.