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Stober Group ‘Locks’ down new CEO in Kelowna

Lisa Lock has been with Stober for just six months
Lisa Lock has been appointed the new CEO of the Stober Group in Kelowna. (Stober Group/Contributed)

The Stober Group has a new CEO.

Lisa Lock is the company’s new Chief Executive Officer after just six months with the team.

After joining Stober in May as the Chief Operating Officer (COO), Lock quickly made her mark as she was appointed CEO on Nov. 1.

“I am honoured and excited to lead Stober Group as CEO,” said Lock. “I believe in the power of collaboration, the importance of community, and the potential for positive change through thoughtful real estate development. I look forward to working closely with our dedicated team and continuing to uphold our commitment to enriching lives and spaces.”

For more than two decades, Lock has worked in key roles with companies like Concert Properties in Vancouver and Mission Group Enterprises & Lorval Developments Ltd. in Kelowna.

“We are thrilled to have Lisa as our CEO. Her passion for people, her commitment to community values, and her extensive industry expertise position her as the ideal leader to propel Stober Group forward,” said Stober Group co-owner and director Carolyn Stober. “We have immense faith in her ability to embody and advance the vision and values that have been the cornerstone of our company. Under her leadership, we are confident in a future filled with exciting possibilities and continued dedication to excellence in real estate development and community building.”

With Lock at the helm, the Stober Group is looking to continue to push boundaries and be a leading charge in the real estate development and commercial building in Kelowna.

Stober went without a CEO for more than a year as their last CEO, Dave McAnerney died while mountain biking on Oct. 13, 2022.

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