Deborah Griffiths is the Executive Director of the Courtenay and District Museum. She has been involved in museum research and curatorial work in the Okanagan and on Vancouver Island for over thirty years. She earned a Master of Arts degree from Royal Roads University in 2001.
She is the co-author on Watershed Moments: A Pictorial History of Courtenay and District (Harbour 2015). As a pictorial history of the Comox Valley, including Courtenay, Merville, Forbidden Plateau, Comox Glacier, Royston, Union Bay and Cumberland, the book is largely derived from photos and other archives collected by the museum.
Under her maiden name she has also written a romance/suspense novel called Snow on the Monashee
The Grant Seekers Helper: The Little Book on Grants for Big Community Dreams (Amazon 2013) $6.99 / Kindle $4.95
Snow on the Monashee by Deborah Anne Greene (2014) $9.95 / Kindle $3.50
Watershed Moments: A Pictorial History of Courtenay and District (Harbour 2015) 978-1-55017-722-0 $34.95
The Grant Writing and Funding Coach: Target and Acquire the Funds You Need (Self Counsel Press 2017) 978-1-77040-288-1 $16.95