Brenda LockeSurrey Councillor




    Surrey Resident and Volunteer

    For 39 years Brenda Locke and her husband John, along with their kids and now grandkids, have enjoyed all that Surrey has to offer, from its parks and sports fields to recreational facilities and arts & cultural events.

    She has volunteered in many capacities over the decades including with the Surrey Urban Mission, an organization that works to assist those in need. The Surrey Urban Mission recently hit a milestone of 100,000 meals served in 2021.

    Brenda’s advocacy for the people of Surrey is sincere and comes from well-established and far-reaching roots in the community.

    Political Career

    In her political career, Benda Locke developed a proven track record of creating strategic partnerships and building bridges between organizations.

    As a provincial MLA and Cabinet Minister, she worked to bring SFU to Surrey as well as the RCMP “E” Division. In Cabinet, Locke was the Minister of State for Mental Health and Addictions.

    Brenda Locke topped the polls in the 2018 Surrey municipal election with 40,497 votes.

    Professional Career

    During her 25 years career as an Executive Director of non-profit organizations, she advanced numerous high-profile issues by forging excellent working relationships with government, non-profit and the business community.

    Locke worked as the Executive Director for the B.C. Massage Therapist Association up until getting elected to Surrey Council in 2018.