A long-time resident of West Vancouver, Mary-Ann Booth has worked in municipal government for over a decade and brings experience, vision and passion to her new role as West Vancouver’s mayor. Serving on Council from 2011–2018, she was also a school trustee with the West Vancouver Board of Education from 2005–2011, the last three years as Chair.
Holding both Commerce and Law degrees from the University of British Columbia, Mary-Ann practised law for almost 20 years, including positions as a civil litigator, business law lecturer, Provincial crown prosecutor and in-house counsel.
Mary-Ann has been appointed by her Council to the Board of Directors of Metro Vancouver, is the Chair of the Indigenous Relations Committee and serves on the Intergovernmental & Finance and the Mayors’ Committees.
Mary-Ann is driven by a desire to make West Vancouver as livable, vibrant and inclusive as possible.