Aimee is a Sr. Account Executive on our experiential team who brings a highly organized and detail-oriented approach to her Canon Canada, Globe & Mail and Policaro Automotive Group client work.
A graduate of George Brown College’s Fashion Business Industry program, she gained a remarkable combination of technical, creative and business training that enabled her to earn a wide range of fashion experience working for retailers and international manufacturers. Her love of sport provided opportunities with Rome Snowboards and 686 Technical Apparel where over the years that followed, she helped shape consistent marketshare growth for each brand.
Armed with her international experience in sport fashion, Aimee leaned further into her love of sport and earned the incredible opportunity to work alongside Canada’s top and upcoming athletes. From coordinating logistics at Canada’s only ski, snowboard and mountain bike summer camp in Whistler, B.C., to managing Canadian Snowboard, Golf and Women’s Youth and Women’s National Soccer Teams, Aimee has seen the world. She has logged a bounty of air miles travelling to support high performance athletes at pinnacle events in Australia, China, France, Jordan, Papau New Guinea, Uruguay, the United States and Russia that also provided her the opportunity to experience the Olympic Winter Games and FIFA Women’s World Cup from inside the ropes.
When researching and exploring multiple avenues to launch an event, she ensures that all details are reviewed (and reviewed again) with a fine-tooth comb. After all of the planning, there is no greater feeling to Aimee than seeing an event come to life in front of a live audience. Being a part of the 'team behind the team' is where she really shines, and ask anyone that knows her well and they'll say 'Aimee thrives when challenged and truly excels at making the complicated seem easy.'
In her down time you may find her riding her bike near the lake, attending a concert or waiting to catch a flight at the airport in search of fresh powder with her snowboard in tow.