Lynda Wendland
Office Manager - Surrey Office

I pride myself on my ability to communicate and build great relationships, not only with clients, but with staff, lawyers and other key stakeholders alike.

HHBG’s commitment to empowering and advocating for their clients directly aligns with both my personal and professional values. I am passionate about providing excellent client service and know that it takes a great team to make that happen.

As the Office Manager of our Surrey office, I strive to help ensure our clients’ experience is the best it can be. At our Surrey location, I am the initial point of contact for potential new clients and oversee the operations to ensure our clients’ needs are met from the initial consultation to the time their matter has been successfully resolved.

My experience includes over 22 years of administrative experience, 17 of which are in the legal services industry. I obtained my Legal Administrative Certificate in 1994 from Douglas College and my Human Resources Management Certificate from BCIT in 2001, graduating both programs with honours. My volunteer work includes acting as the current Chair of the Fraser Valley Legal Administrators Association and a guest speaker at Kwantlen Polytechnic University for their Legal Administrative Assistant Program. In 2016, I also became a member of the KPU LGLA Advisory Committee.

As a Surrey resident I enjoy many of the activities our diverse community has to offer. I enjoy the outdoors and spending time with my husband and two sons. I especially enjoy cheering my children on at their sporting activities.

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