Board of Directors
Tom & Jan Keast
Tom and Jan are Quinn and Jamie’s mother and father. They are the passionate and thoughtful leaders of the Quinn Keast Foundation. Jan has encouraged the Foundation to reach beyond the borders of the North Shore and motivated us to find opportunities to spread our message of “No Regrets”. Tom, a longstanding member of the Meraloma Club, maintains a strong connection with high school and university athletics and is a life-long supporter of amateur sports. He takes great pride in the connections that the Foundation continues to make in our community. Tom is the managing partner of the law firm of Watson Goepel LLP.
Jamie is Quinn’s twin sister. Jamie played a variety of sports throughout high school including basketball, soccer and field hockey. She graduated from UBC in 2012 with a science degree and from UFV in 2015 with her Bachelor of Education. Jamie is passionate about giving back to the community and has spent time in Africa in HIV/AIDS clinics and in Nicaragua volunteering in a small village. Recently, Jamie was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her charitable work both locally and globally. Currently, Jamie teaches math at R.E. Mountain Secondary School in Langley.
Digby Leigh Sr.
Digby is a long time North Shore resident having grown up on the North Shore where he attended Sentinel High School and then UBC. He has been very active in basketball over the years having coached at nearly every level in the High School system, and he is a past Director with both Basketball BC and Canada Basketball. Digby’s sons both played on a number of teams with Quinn including teams that Digby coached. Digby practices law on the North Shore, he was one of the founders of the Delbrook Junior Grizzlies program, and is currently President of the Thunderbird Football Association.
Blair is a business executive who believes strongly in giving back to his community. In his playing days he played both basketball and football in the CIS. During his business career he has been active in both basketball and a variety of charitable endeavors in British Columbia. He is a past Board Member of the BC Special Olympics, recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and currently is the co-chair of the Sports Celebrities Festival which has raised close to $ 3 million for the BC Special Olympics and the Canucks for Kids Fund.
Scott was a team member and friend of Quinn's, and the two of them played basketball throughout high school together. After graduating from Handsworth Secondary, Scott continued his basketball career at the University of Alberta playing for their Varsity team. Scott obtained his Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta, and then continued his education at the University of Calgary and received his Juris Doctor degree in 2014. Scott is passionate about giving back to the basketball community and spreading the message of "No Regrets". Scott is currently a practicing lawyer on the North Shore.