Bio (Sage Berryman)
Board of Governors Member
Lieutenant Governor in Council appointee
Sage Berryman is co-chief executive officer of the Ralmax Group of Companies, a diversified group of 10 industrial businesses in Victoria, BC. She is also the founder of the Prosperity Pollinator movement, which helps bring sustainable, impact-based companies into the areas that need them most.
Berryman’s executive experience includes leading various companies through large corporate transactions, such as raising funds, divesting and acquiring assets, and forming partnerships.
She has served on a number of boards, including Coast Opportunity Funds, Vancouver Island Technology Association, Canadian Women in Technology and multiple corporate boards. Berryman is a mentor and advisor for numerous entrepreneurs.
Berryman holds a Master of Business Administration (2005) from Queen’s University. She was recognized by Business in Vancouver with a BC’s Top 40 under 40 award in 2015 and also received the magazine’s Influential Women in Business Award. She holds an Innovative Excellence Award for business process by the Vancouver Island Advanced Technology Association, and was a finalist for the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliances Peter Brojde Award, which recognizes Canada's next generation of executive leadership.