Andy Dunn - President & Partner
Andy Dunn has been with the Vancouver Canadians since 2008, helping guide Canada's only affiliated Minor League Baseball franchise to a number of national accolades including the coveted John H. Johnson President's Trophy (2013) presented to the most complete franchise in MiLB - marking the first time in the award's 40-year history that a Canadian-based organization received the honour.
Known by many in the baseball world, Andy has twice been named Florida State League Executive of the Year (1999, 2000) and Northwest League Executive of the Year (2008) and has helped the Canadians reach new heights with ten Northwest League awards during his tenure in Vancouver including multiple John H. Johnson & Larry MacPhail Awards.
Allan Bailey - General Manager
Allan Bailey has been with the Vancouver Canadians since 2007 and was appointed General Manager on September 5th, 2018 after spending the previous seven seasons as the organization's Assistant General Manager. 2020 will mark Allan's second full season as the Canadians GM.
Allan has led several departments during his tenure with the C's including the Nat Bailey Stadium Box Office and its ticket operations as well as his more recent efforts in Team Operations handling everything from player housing and travel right through to Information Technology (IT).
Born in Victoria, B.C., and raised in the Lower Mainland's Sunshine Coast, Allan completed his education at McGill University while playing five seasons with the McGill Redbirds baseball program. Prior to university, Allan played for the North Shore Twins of the B.C. Premier League.
Stephani Ellis - Assistant General Manager
Returning for her fourth season with the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club, Stephani was recently promoted to the role of Assistant General Manager and was the recipient of the 2019 Northwest League Female Executive of the Year for her work with the C's.
Stephani has led the Canadians Group Sales, Social Media, and Community platforms during her time out at historic Nat Bailey Stadium.
After a standout collegiate softball career at California University of PA where Stephani played for the Vulcans, the Prince of Wales Secondary graduate and former Team BC member began her marketing career with the Canadians.
Stephani works in concert with group leaders who expect the Canadians to provide an excellent ballpark experience with each visit out at Nat Bailey Stadium. Even with the demands that come with that responsibility alone, Stephani still lends her time to the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Foundation and its fundraising efforts.
Brenda Chmiliar - Financial Controller
Brenda is entering her thirteenth season out at Nat Bailey Stadium but her second as Financial Controller for the Vancouver Canadians. She spent the first 10 years with Aramark Food Services in the company's financial division, dividing her time between Nat Bailey Stadium and Rogers Arena.
Her knowledge of stadium operations having worked for both Aramark and the Canadians have proven to be invaluable during her tenure.
Brenda is responsible for all aspects of the Vancouver Canadians financial operations and is right at home here at "The Nat" as much of her childhood was spent on local baseball fields up in Kamloops.
Walter Cosman - Vice President of Sales & Marketing
With more than 20 years of Sales & Marketing experience here in Vancouver, Walter decided to put those skills to work in the sport he's most passionate about, baseball.
With a B.A. from the University of New Brunswick, Walter has worked with Proctor & Gamble, Molson Canada, Granville Island Brewing and Steamworks Brewing. Walter was also General Manager of Petcurean leading a staff of more than 70 people.
With a longstanding corporate partnership with the Canadians prior to his arrival in May of 2019, Walter joins our club fully aware of the standard that has put the C's among the best in Minor League Baseball.
Kendra Chin - Coordinator, Marketing Services
Kendra joins the C's Marketing department for her first full season of baseball. She has recently completed a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a dual specialization in Marketing and Human Resource Management.
Prior to joining the team at the Nat, she worked for several years in the health & fitness industry. Her goal is to intertwine her passion for sports with her business background. In her spare time, she is coaching basketball to inner city kids. This Vancouverite also likes to spend her free time playing tennis, basketball, golf and skiing.
Steven Maisey - Manager, Ticket Operations
Steven enters his third season with the Vancouver Canadians Baseball Club, and his first as Manager of Ticket Operations.
After graduating from Langara College with a diploma in Recreation Leadership Management, and interning for the Vancouver Whitecaps, Steven began his career with the Canadians on the operations side of the club, spending the previous two summers as a member of the A&B Tools Rental Grounds Crew.
Steven transitioned into his current role as Manager of Ticket Operations in January 2020, and looks to maintain the service standards that fans have come to expect of the Canadians.
In the offseason, Steven volunteers his time as the head coach of the Vancouver Thunderbirds Midget A1 hockey program.
Charlene Yaroshuk - Coordinator, Accounting
Charlene has been with the Vancouver Canadians since the 2018 season. She spent her first summer working as a co-op student before transitioning to working full time in the accounting department.
Charlene graduated from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in 2020 with her Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.
Growing up in New Westminster Charlene spent over 10 years practicing martial arts and currently holds a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Before joining the Canadians she previously worked as an assistant martial arts instructor.
Charles O'Neill - Manager, Stadium Operations
Charles joins the Canadians in 2022 after working for a variety of baseball clubs including the Long Island Ducks, and the New York Mets. He brings a wealth of knowledge from his prior experiences to Nat Bailey Stadium.
He previously completed his Bachelors of Sports Management from Farmingdale State College in New York.
Tyler Zickel - Manager, Broadcasting & Media Relations
Tyler joins the Canadians in 2021 for his fourth season in the Toronto Blue Jays organization and seventh in Minor League Baseball.
Before the C's, Tyler served as the Director of Promotions & Entertainment and Road Radio Broadcaster for the Double-A New Hampshire Fisher Cats. Over the course of three seasons in Manchester, he oversaw the entire in-game presentation and promotions departments while traveling throughout the Eastern League calling 'Cats games. He has especially fond memories of the 2018 campaign, when New Hampshire - under the stewardship of former Canadians manager John Schneider - went 6-0 in the playoffs en route to a league championship.
He began his MiLB career in 2014 as a communications intern for the Advanced-A Lake Elsinore Storm in Southern California and was promoted twice in three years. As Assistant Director of Marketing and Director of Digital Content, respectively, Tyler was heavily involved in growing the team's online presence. He made his professional baseball radio debut with the Storm in 2015 and handled the middle innings of road games for the rest of his tenure.
A native of San Diego, Tyler grew up a Padres fan and continues to keep the faith. He earned his B.A. in English from Whittier College in Los Angeles, where he played on the Poets baseball team and was elected Student Body President.
Levi Weber - Head Groundskeeper
Levi is no stranger to the Northwest League, with prior experience with the Spokane Indians as their Head Groundskeeper at Avista Stadium. His talents have also allowed him to be the field manager for the Los Angeles Dodgers at the Spring Training Facility in Arizona.
The Colton, WA native graduated from Washington State University with a Double Major in Turfgrass Management and Vegetable Management and two minors in Horticulture and Agricultural Systems.
In his time away from the ballpark, you can find him on the golf course, weight training or enjoying time with family and friends.