The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum Board of Directors consists of 14 people.
Adam Stephens – Chair – Lawyer, Miller Thomson LLP
Tammy Adkin – Secretary – Manager, Guelph Museums
Jordan Schofield – Treasurer – worked at PwC for over four years in an audit and assurance role, managing client relationships as well as audit teams. Attended Wilfrid Laurier University for Bachelor of Business Administration. Graduated with Honours of Accounting in 2013.
Jeremy Diamond – Currently the CEO of Myseum of Toronto and past Executive Director of the Vimy Foundation, Jeremy is a public historian who has developed unique Canadian history initiatives and capital fundraising campaigns at numerous organizations museums, historic sites and archives for more than 20 years, including the recently unveiled Vimy Visitor Education Centre in France. Jeremy played competitive baseball in his youth and for the past three years has managed his son’s little league baseball team in North York. His goal is to help develop exciting opportunities to ensure more Canadians learn about the our storied baseball heritage.
Julie Docker-Johnson – Owner, The Flower Shop and More
Rob Edney (ex officio)
Rob Fai – When it comes to professional baseball on the West Coast, one voice has kept fans company on the airwaves for the past 13 years as Rob Fai has been broadcaster with the Vancouver Canadians, in addition to holding the title of Director, Communications. In addition to being inducted into the Vancouver Canadians Hall of Fame (2015), Rob recently received the Paul Carson Award as top Play-by-Play Voice in British Columbia and the Baseball BC Meritorious Award presented to him for his lifetime contributions to both professional and amateur baseball.
Born and raised in Toronto, Rob attended Lester B. Pearson C.I. before moving out west where he would quickly immerse himself in the baseball community and later take on a career in the media having worked at News1130, TSN1040 and most recently with Sportsnet650 & Sportsnet Pacific who took possession of the broadcast rights to Vancouver Canadians Baseball in 2019. Rob is also one of the longest serving actor’s in EA Sports history having provided his voice to the NHL platform since 2011. Married to wife Christina with children Nolan Ryan (16) and Jayda (14), Rob was proud to join the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Board of Directors on February 1st, 2019.
Harry Gundy – retired
Jody Hamade – retired
Tony Little – Lawyer, Anthony Little, Q.C. Law office
Liam Scott – President LSI
Scott Smith – Is a Managing Director at BMO Capital Markets in the Equity Capital Markets group that is responsible for all equity underwritings. He has been in the financial industry for over 25 years. Born in Montreal and graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Commerce degree. Married 14 years and has a son and a daughter. He is a lifelong Montreal Expos fan that converted to a Blue Jays fan in 2004 and attends baseball spring training every year. He was fortunate enough to throw out the first pitch at the Jays game that Jose Bautista hit his 50th home run in 2010.
Bob Stephens – retired
Al Strathdee (ex officio)
Elizabeth Walker – City of Waterloo Museum
Mike Wilner – Broadcaster, Rogers
Scott Crawford – born and raised in Georgetown, Ontario and has been the Director of Operations at the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum since January 2000. Prior to that he completed his Sports Administration degree at Durham College in Oshawa and obtained his BA in Anthropology/Archeaology at Lakehead Univeristy in Thunder Bay. Completed the Ontario Museum Association Museum Certificate in 2015.
Jocelyne Gall – has been the Administration and Finance Coordinator at the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum since February 2012.
Laurie Bannon – started at the Hall of Fame May 2018 as the office assistant.
Doug Goudy, Site Supervisor
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