…and welcome to

I’m William Azaroff – a modern co-operator, recovering filmmaker, happy Vancouverite and all-around digital fella.

William is an executive at Vancity, a values-based financial co-operative serving the needs of its half-million member-owners and their communities. Having served the organization in a number of different leadership and executive roles over the last dozen years, he is currently the Vice President of Community Business & Investment, leading the area that supports Vancity’s business members via daily banking, lending facilities, cash management services, and innovative community investment vehicles to support local businesses, organizations and co-operatives that are seeking to grow sustainably.

William is the board chair of Modo, a car-sharing co-operative offering 600 vehicles to a growing membership of 19,000 across Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island. He is a recovering filmmaker, longtime blogger, seasoned speaker and dialogue facilitator. Most recently, he’s become an amateur music producer, proudly producing his son’s eight albums (and counting).

See my film, CheckMating (read about it here):

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I should add that the opinions I express on this site are (mostly) my own and are not endorsed by Vancity or Modo. There, it feels good to get that off my chest.