Andy Dunn has been with the Vancouver Canadians since 2008 helping guide Canada's only affiliated Minor League Baseball franchise to the coveted John H. Johnson President's Trophy presented to the most complete franchise in Minor League Baseball marking the first time in the award's 40 year history that a Canadian-based organization received the honour.
Andy has twice been named Florida State League Executive of the Year (1999,2000) and was named Northwest League Executive of the Year (2008).
JC Fraser enters his 11th season within the Vancouver Canadians organization and 4th as the organization's General Manager. In 2015, Fraser was key in the development of most recent stadium upgrades that included a seating project and several key developments that saw the C's smash its franchise attendance record.
For his efforts, JC was named the 2015 Northwest League Executive of the Year, and was named Business in Vancouver Top 40 under 40 this year. A graduate of the University of Victoria, JC continues to develop as one of the city's bright-minded sports executives.
Allan Bailey has been with the Vancouver Canadians since 2007 working in the Nat Bailey Stadium Box Office since his arrival with the organization. Born in Victoria, raised on the Sunshine Coast, Allan completed his education at McGill University while playing five seasons with the McGill Redbirds University Baseball program. Allan also played for the North Shore Twins of the BC Premier League.
Allan has been Assistant General Manager of the Canadians for the past five years and also worked toward his aircraft pilot licence.
Alex enters his 2nd year as the Vancouver Canadians Financial controller after spending the past several years with Aramark Food Services as an executive within the financial division.
A graduate of the Moldova Academy of Economic Studies (Russia), Alex completed his CGA here in Vancouver and is responsible for all financial aspects of the Vancouver Canadians financial operations.
Rob Fai has been the lead Vancouver Canadians broadcaster for the past 11 seasons dating back to 2007 and has held the title of Communications Director as well during his tenure.
Rob has broadcast more than 790 games for the C's including all three Northwest League Championships (2011-2013). In 2015, Rob was inducted into the Broadcast & Journalism Hall of Fame and received BC Minor Baseball's Meritorious Award for his lifetime contributions to baseball in Canada. Rob's can be heard on the NHL video game that is produced by EA Sports. Rob opened a restaurant called Siena located at 12th Ave & Granville Street.
Jeff has spent the past six seasons with the Vancouver Canadians and has become the proverbial 'Jack of all Trades' as he handles a number of key duties within the organization.
In addition to spearheading all facets of the C's social media efforts, Jeff leads our Community Relations initiatives that include upward of 200 local appearances over the course of the calendar year. In-season, Jeff is the point person for the C's players and coaching staff ensuring all operational elements are handled including team travel and housing. Jeff holds a degree in Sports Management from Ryerson University.
SALES & MARKETING SERVICES
A lifetime love of baseball has seen Graham around historic Scotiabank Field since his childhood. Now as Vice President of the Vancouver Canadians, Graham remains committed to ensuring baseball flourishes here in his hometown.
With a sports background that includes time with Orca Bay Sports & Entertaimnent as well as TEAM1040 (TSN) Sports Radio, Graham works tirelessly along with his colleagues to provide fans with affordable ticket packages and experiences that will bring friends, family and business partners together at Scotiabank Field. Graham helped the C's receive Minor League Baseball's highest honour, the John H. Johnson President's Trophy (2013).
Lindsay has been with the Canadians for the past four seasons and was recently promoted to the role of Manager, Sales & Marketing Services.
An avid soccer player, Lindsay received a scholarship to college in Iowa before returning to Vancouver to begin her career in sports. Lindsay is a key point-of-contact for all marketing partners, working to ensure top quality service with all who trust us with their reputation and brand.
A graduate of the University of Guelph with a B.A. in Commerce, Mike has quickly become one of the Canadians premier sales contacts for all of our many marketing services.
In addition his efforts on the sales side of our business operation, Mike also handles our in-season Game Day presentation, ensuring all pre-game and in-game elements are operating at the highest level. Gearing up for his 4th season (2016), Mike practices martial arts and is an avid hockey player in the off-season.
Stephani was brought on full-time by the Vancouver Canadians after a highly successful internship during the 2015 season.
After a standout collegiate career at California University of PA where Stephani played softball with the Vulcans, the Prince of Wales Secondary graduate began her sports marketing career both here with the C's and with the Vancouver Canucks where she works as a Quick Service Supervisor. Stephani also played softball as a member of Team BC.
A graduate of Concordia University with a B.A. in Sociology, Business Concentration, Tracy enters her third year with the Vancouver Canadians after working as the primary contact for our Group Areas including the "hey y'all!" Porch. With a passion for customer service, Tracy does everything within her power to ensure you and your guests have the most memorable experience possible each time you join us here at Scotiabank Field.
Tracy's commitment to our community has been evident for years as she has supported the Vancouver Folk Music Festival, Shield of Athena Women's Shelter and our own Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation.
Reilly has been with the Vancouver Canadians for five seasons working within the Nat Bailey Stadium Box Office and now within the Sales & Marketing Department. His attention to detail and strong work ethic saw him get promoted into his current role at the end of the 2016 season.
After attending Niagara Canada College and Brock University, Reilly was determined to work in professional sports and has played baseball at the amateur level here in British Columbia.
John joined the Canadians in advance of the 2016 season as the club's Visiting Clubhouse Attendant. With a strong work effort and attention to detail, John was promoted at season's end to his current full-time position with the Canadians.
A graduate of Loyalist College, John has worked with Senators Sports & Entertainment (NHL) as well as with the Greenville Astros of the Appalachian League.