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Dillon Whitehouse (He/Him/His)

Manager, Change Initiatives & Partnerships


I was born and raised just outside of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Growing up on the Prairies, in what felt like the middle of nowhere, my brother and I had to get creative, and often times very competitive, to occupy our time. I began playing soccer at age 5 and ice hockey at age 7 and we would spend countless hours shooting pucks and soccer balls at each other. I turned out to be pretty decent at soccer and played competitively until my mid-twenties. You can still find me on the pitch, but these days, it’s at a bit slower of a pace.  As a teen, I began snowboarding on our icy little hills in Manitoba but instantly fell in love with the mountains on my first experience with British Columbia, vowing to move here one day. After completing my degree in Community Development and Recreation Management at the University of Manitoba, I found a role in sport marketing in Vancouver. Since then, I’ve worked in various roles, including on the local organizing committee for the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2015. I recognize the massive role sport has played in my personal and professional development and I relish the opportunity to help others experience that as well.