Ceilidh Marlow grew up on Quadra Island, BC, and moved to Prince Rupert in 2015. Used to the island life, the adjustment to coastal life in Prince Rupert was an easy one for Ceilidh to make. With a background in public relations, fundraising, and project management, Ceilidh brings a wealth of experience from her time working at the Museum of Northern BC and with the City of Prince Rupert on the Prince Rupert 2030 Vision. Ceilidh also serves as a Director on the Boards of the North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site and the Northern British Columbia Tourism Association.
Outside of work, Ceilidh can be found walking Prince Rupert’s beautiful wilderness trails or enjoying a meal at one of Prince Rupert’s fantastic restaurants. Ceilidh’s favourite thing about living in Prince Rupert is the temperate year-round climate and the fresh air that results from the surrounding rainforest and coastal waters.