The Moose Jaw Downtown & Soccer/FieldHouse Facilities Inc. (DFFH) Board of Directors announced today that Doug Campbell accepted the position of Interim Chief Executive Officer for Mosaic Place and YaraCentre, effective immediately. Campbell has been with the company since March of 2011 as the Director of Business Development for both Mosaic Place and YaraCentre and brings over 17 years of knowledge and experience to his new position at DFFH.
Strongly involved in the community, Campbell is also the President of the Tourism Moose Jaw Board, a member of the Economic Development Commission as well as a Director on the Visit Moose Jaw/Destination Marketing Board of Directors. Campbell played an integral role in Mosaic Place’s 2012 Saskatchewan Tourism Business of the Year Honor, 2015 Venues Today #1 Top Spot in Western Canada accolade. He was also nominated for the 2013 Venues Today Generation Next Award, recognizing North Americas Top 35 Venue Executives under the age of 35.
DFFH Board Chair, Kurt Saladana commented, “We are very pleased to have Doug take on this role of interim Chief Executive Officer and we are confident he will continue to do an outstanding job for us as we await the disclosure on the MNP report from the City of Moose Jaw.”
Following the release of the Meyer Norris Penny Report due later this month, the DFFH Board will look to make permanent decisions within the organization.