Canada Area Director
Quota International of Medicine Hat
Bev Jaeger is a proud Quotarian and looks forward to serving with other dedicated members to make Quota prosper and grow. As technology changes, so do the needs of the younger generation. With the many improvements and restructuring evolving from the Creating the Quota of Tomorrow Plan, Bev is committed to gaining more members and making Quota better known around the world.
Bev joined Quota in 1993 and has been president of the Medicine Hat club for roughly ten years. In addition to serving as lieutenant governor of District 11, Bev served as governor for two years, from 2008-2010. She also served on Quota’s 2002-2004 International Hearing and Speech Committee and on the Convention 2000 and Convention 2010 Welcoming Committees, both held in Canada.
Due to her husband’s many company moves, Bev has enjoyed diverse career opportunities, including working for doctors’ offices, an advertising department, a land surveying company, and in the fields of tourism and catalyst technology. Currently, Bev works part-time as a receptionist at a General Motors dealership.
Bev has been married for 43 years and has two grown children and two granddaughters. Besides Quota, she has many hobbies, bowls, and sings with the Harmonettes, a ladies barbershop group.