Lisa Farquharson is the publisher of the Langley Advance and the Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Times. She met with the team at the Langley Advance for the announcement. The staff includes ad department members assistant sales manager Peggy O'Brien

New publisher joins Langley Advance team

A Langley resident, Lisa Farquharson has a track record as a Lower Mainland publisher.

  • Jul. 27, 2015 9:00 p.m.

Lisa Farquharson has been named the new publisher of the Langley Advance and the Maple Ridge Times.

“As a Langley resident for over three decades I’m thrilled to be once again working in this amazing community,” Farquharson said. “I’m anxious to reconnect with the growing business community and residents.”

Farquharson has been with Black Press since 1998, and has served as an advertising sales manager at the Langley Times, as publisher of the South Delta Leader, and general manager of BC’s Lower Mainland division.

An SFU graduate with an executive management and leadership diploma from Thompson Rivers University, she has been active on boards and committees around the region. Farquharson has served as a member with the Greater Vancouver Homebuilders Association for more than two years.

She and her husband Rod are parents to three school-aged children.


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