WINNIPEG, MB. - Ossama AbouZeid is retiring from the Board of Directors for The Winnipeg Football Club effective January 1, 2018, as part of the scheduled retirement of Directors.
Replacing Ossama will be Mike Pyle, also effective January 1, 2018.
Mike was chosen through the open public nomination process first initiated by the Club in March 2013. With these elections, the number of new board members elected from the community at large has grown to twelve.
Mike Pyle is the CEO of The Exchange Income Corporation, a position he has held since the company’s inception. Mike is active on a number of other boards including Manitoba Hydro and CentrePort Canada, where he serves as the Audit Chair of both organizations. He also sits on the St. Mary’s Academy Foundation Board, where he is a member of the Finance Committee. Mike is also active in amateur sport; he is the Past-President of Softball Manitoba and previously sat on its Board and Audit Committee. A life-long Bomber fan and season ticket holder, Mike has an MBA from the University of Manitoba and holds his ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors.
The Manitoba Post with files from the Winnipeg Blue Bombers