Trevor English

Mr. Trevor English has been a director of RCI since April 4, 2023. Mr. English has over 20 years of experience in corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions, investor relations, business development and financial analysis. Mr. English served as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial & Corporate Development Officer of Shaw from May 2018 until prior to the company’s acquisition by Rogers, and prior to that, he served as Executive Vice President, Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer from March 2016 to May 2018. Prior to joining Shaw in 2004 Mr. English worked for CIBC World Markets Inc. in Canada and the United Kingdom commencing in 1997. Mr. English holds a B.Comm from the University of Calgary and a Chartered Financial Analyst designation. 

Trevor English

Ms. Innes is a board director and public affairs specialist. Ms. Innes spent most of her career at Rogers Communications. She joined Rogers in 1995 as Vice President, Communications, and in 2011 became Vice President, Government Relations. Ms. Innes retired from Rogers in 2015. Prior to joining Rogers, Ms. Innes was Vice President of Public Affairs at Unitel Communications Inc. Previously, Ms. Innes held senior political staff positions at both Queen’s Park in Toronto and Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Ms. Innes sits on the Board of Directors of the Rogers Group of Funds. Ms. Innes holds a B.A. (Honours) from the University of Toronto and in 2014, completed the Directors Education Program at the Rotman School of Management receiving the ICD.D designation.

Jan Innes

Ms. Lisa Rogers has been a director of RCI since April 26, 2023. Ms. Rogers is the founder and President and CEO of The Annual Foundation, a private foundation focused predominately on supporting smaller Canadian charitable organizations and those located outside of the major Canadian centres. She is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Rogers Control Trust and a director of The Rogers Foundation. Lisa has previously served on the Board of Directors for Rogers Broadcasting (now Rogers Media) and worked as a Business Development Analyst for Rogers Cablesystems Limited.

She has a B.A from the University of Western Ontario, a graduate diploma from The London School of Economics and Political Science, and a M.B.A. from Bayes Business School (City, University of London).

Ms. Rogers resides in British Columbia.

Lisa Rogers

Chief Wayne Sparrow (yəχʷyaχʷələq) has served as elected chief of Musqueam Indian Band since 2012. Prior to that, Chief Sparrow served as an elected councillor of Musqueam Indian Band, starting in 1995. Chief Sparrow is Chair of Musqueam Capital Corporation (MCC), the economic development arm of Musqueam, and he sits on the Musqueam Fisheries Commission, which he chaired from 2000-2020. During his time as chief, the MST Development Corporation (MSTDC), a business partnership between Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh Nations, has acquired substantial property holdings of over 20 million square feet, including the Jericho Lands and Heather Lands. Chief Sparrow leads Musqueam in signing precedent-setting agreements that renew and strengthen relationships between Musqueam, neighbouring First Nations, governments, industry and other partners. Under Chief Sparrow’s leadership, Musqueam signed a 30-year agreement with the Vancouver International Airport in 2017, and in 2021 it signed a relationship agreement with the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority. These agreements recognize Musqueam’s ongoing stewardship of their lands and waters, and prioritize economic, education and training opportunities for members. In 2022, Chief Sparrow was awarded the Rix Award for Engaged Community Citizenship from the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade for his work advancing economic reconciliation and supporting youth and adult athletic programs.