Jacqueline Lotzkar is the fourth generation in her family’s company Pacific Metals Recycling; continuing the legacy of her father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Founded in 1912, Pacific Metals is in Vancouver, Canada and operates nine feeder locations in surrounding cities.
Jacqueline joined the company after completing a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Victoria and a Master of Global Business degree studying in Canada, Taiwan and Austria. Specializing in International business, Jacqueline has also spent time working and studying in China, Hong Kong, and Spain.
Jacqueline currently serves as Treasurer on the Pacific Northwest Chapter of ISRI and is Co-Chair of the Young Executive Committee on ISRI’s National Board. She also sits on multiple committees at both the Chapter and National level, including the Chapter Scholarship Committee and the National Women’s Council. She is also Director for the Family Enterprise Xchange Vancouver Chapter a non-profit organization, which supports enterprising families with the unique challenges in family business and empowers them to ensure the successful transition of their business from one generation to the next. Jacqueline also volunteers with Langara University’s Business Department providing leadership and professional development mentoring to business students nearing graduation.
Living downtown Vancouver, Jacqueline is an avid yogi and enjoys all things health and wellness. When she gets time off, you will find her traveling the world adding to the list of over 50 countries she has explored.