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Traci Costa, Director, President and CEO

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Mrs. Costa founded Peekaboo Beans in 2006. Mrs. Costa is a "YMCA Women of Distinction Award" winner (2016 and 2015), an "Ethel Tibbits Women of Distinction Business Award" winner (2015), a recipient of the "Richmond Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Award" (2015) and a "Business in Vancouver Top Forty Under 40 Award" winner (2010). Prior to founding Peekaboo Beans, Mrs. Costa was a senior executive assistant for the Aquilini Investment Group and Markin Developments from 1993 to 2000 and a national operations manager of a communications distributor from 2001 to 2006. Mrs. Costa sits on the board of directors for the non-profit organization Playground Builders and has been involved with In the Forum of Women Entrepreneurs and the Women's Enterprise Network as a committee member and as part of their mentorship program.

Darell Kopke, Director

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Mr. Kopke has been a director of, and an initial investor in, Peekaboo Beans since 2006. Mr. Kopke is currently the CEO and founder of Institute B, a business advisory and accelerator firm focusing on for-profit social impact benefit corporations since 2010. Previously, Mr. Kopke was the CEO of Kit and Ace Designs Ltd., a global designer and retailer of technical luxury apparel and accessories based in British Columbia, Canada. Mr. Kopke was a member of the group of founders of lululemon, serving as Asia-Pacific Managing Director until 2009. Mr. Kopke earned a Master in Business Administration in Supply Chain Management degree from the University of British Columbia (2001) and a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Marketing from Concordia University (1993). Mr. Kopke was a "Business in Vancouver Top Forty under 40" award winner (2006).

Nikki Mayer, Director

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Mrs. Mayer has been a general manager of Peekaboo Beans since 2011 and a director since 2015. Previously, Mrs. Mayer opened lululemon's fifth store in Whistler, British Columbia in October 2003 as a franchise. Mrs. Mayer owned and operated the store until September 2005 when lululemon purchased the store. The Whistler franchise had the highest sales per square foot during the two years Mrs. Mayer owned and operated the location. Mrs. Mayer opened lululemon's second United States retail franchise location in Bellevue, Washington in July 2005, and owned and operated the store until September 2008. The Bellevue franchise was recognized for achieving the highest year-over-year comparative sales growth from 2007 to 2008 and the highest sales per square foot in the United States in 2008.

Glenn Johnson, Director

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Mr. Johnson has been a director and initial investor in, Peekaboo Beans since 2006. In 2007, Mr. Johnson founded Endurance Wind Power Inc. ("Endurance"), a British Columba based manufacturer of advanced wind turbines operating in North America and the United Kingdom. Endurance was named Profit Magazine's "Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies" in 2012. In 2011, Mr. Johnson and Endurance partnered with the Tsleil-Waututh Nation of Greater Vancouver to form TWN Wind Power Inc. to help Canada's First Nations reduce their dependence on non-renewable sources of power. In 2001, Mr. Johnson founded Glace Capital Corporation, a merchant bank and private equity firm that specializes in investing and restructuring established companies with compelling growth opportunities. In 1994, Mr. Johnson founded, and sold in 2000, Comsource Broadband Technologies Corp., a North American based communications distribution company. Mr. Johnson was recognized as Ernst and Young's "Entrepreneur of the Year", Pacific Region (2013), and was a "Business in Vancouver's Top Forty under 40" award winner in (2012).

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