Robin Kenyon

Robin Kenyon

Robin Kenyon is a life-long resident of the Cowichan Valley and partner and co-manager in a land surveying/development consulting firm in Duncan where he specializes in First Nations and municipal land development.

Kenyon has a broad and diverse post-secondary educational background, including attending UBC and BCIT for land use and planning, and numerous board and governance development programs.

Currently, Kenyon sits as the provincial government’s appointee to the BC Ferry Authority and is Past-President of the Cowichan Trail Stewardship Society. His public service also includes serving as past Vice-Chair and Board Chair at Vancouver Island University, where he had the honour of appointing the first First Nations university chancellor in BC.

Robin lives in Duncan with his wife Heather, where they enjoy cycling and golf in their spare time. They have four grown sons and three granddaughters.


Mr. Kenyon was first appointed to the Board of Island Health on December 31, 2016 for a one year term, expiring on December 31, 2017.