Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Vancouver

Stephanie Johnson is the Regional Director of Human Resources for Pacific Hotel Management, LLC. She is responsible for overseeing the Human Resources efforts for all eight properties. Stephanie has been with Pacific Hotel Management since 2007.

Stephanie Johnson has over 20 years of Hospitality, Human Resources experience. She began her Hospitality career with Holiday Inn Hotels and subsequently held progressive Human Resources positions with Holiday Inn, Park Lane Hotels, Hyatt and Fairmont Hotels and Resorts. While with Fairmont, Stephanie held progressive Human Resources positions from Human Resources Coordinator to Director of Human Resources at the Fairmont San Francisco, the Fairmont Dallas, the Fairmont San Jose and the Fairmont Miramar Hotel, Santa Monica prior to joining Pacific Hotel Management.

Stephanie Johnson attended California State University East Bay (formerly Cal State Hayward) and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration – Human Resources Management. She is a member of the Northern California Human Resources Association and Society for Human Resources Management San Francisco Chapter.

Stephanie resides with her family in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Pacific Spirit Regional Park - Metro Vancouver

Pacific Spirit Regional Park - Vancouver, British …
Photo provided by

Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Vancouver, British Columbia

What I like about Pacific Spirit Park is that it's an easy carefree walkin the heart of an magnificent, awe-inspiring woodland. The kidsare happy; we're happy: who could ask for more? An added bonus isthat the University of British Columbia, Museum of Anthropology, and SpanishBanks beach are minutes away.

Pacific Spirit Regional Park - Wikipedia

Before going to Pacific Spirit Park I'd never seen a bog before. To be honest with you, I didn't even know what a bog was. Now I cantell you a bog is a dried up marshland that has evolved an ecology systemall of it's own. Camosun Bog is in Pacific Spirit Park. Itis approximately 12,000 years old, the oldest spaghum bog in the lowermainland. If you add the educational highlights of the universityyour list could go on forever.

Pacific Spirit Regional Park | Tourism Vancouver
Photo provided by