President & CEO
Bryan was appointed President & CEO of Science World British Columbia in November, 1997. He brings a broad array of senior management experience in public administration to Science World. Previously, Bryan held the position of General Manager of Exhibition Place and General Manager of Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto (1989–1997), Director, Finance & Administration for the Metropolitan Toronto Police (1983–1989) and prior to that, Director of Corporate Relations and Director of Planning and Production Services with TVOntario (1976–1983).
Currently, Bryan serves on the Boards of the Canadian Association of Science Centres and the Science Fair Foundation of British Columbia, and is active on the Technology Education Careers Council in British Columbia and the Advisory Board for KCTS9, the PBS television station in Seattle.
Bryan holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Toronto, a Master of Science Degree in Extension Education from the University of Guelph and a Masters of Business Administration Degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto.
Vice President, Exhibits, Facilities and Digital Initiatives
Andrea comes to Science World with 17 years of experience in the museum field. Previously, Andrea was the Director of Exhibits at the Museum of Science, Boston. Prior to that, she was the Director of the Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network and Manager of Exhibit Projects. Concurrent to those positions, Andrea headed the Architectural Master Planning project and co-led the Environmental Sustainability Committee of the Board of Trustees. Andrea has worked as a management consultant at Mercer Management Consulting, a technology consultant at Arthur D Little, and as a packaging engineer at Polaroid Corporation.
A graduate of the Noyce Leadership Institute, Andrea’s strategic initiative for the year-long program was to engage the greater community in creating a comprehensive exhibition on technology and increase public understanding of the importance of technological literacy to society.
Andrea holds a Bachelor of Science degree in packaging engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology. She also holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from Babson College.
Andrew Mann, CMA
Vice President, Corporate Operations & CFO
Andrew joined Science World in March 2014. Prior to joining Science World, Andrew held several leadership positions at Canada Place Corporation (2004–2013), including Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer.
During his tenure at Canada Place Corporation, Andrew provided financial leadership that helped enable the revitalization of Canada Place ahead of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and ensure the long-term, financial sustainability of the Canadian icon. Recently, he supported the redevelopment of the IMAX Theatre at Canada Place into the innovative theatre experience, FlyOver Canada.
Prior to Canada Place Corporation, Andrew served in progressively senior finance leadership roles at Wrigley Canada, Glenayre Technologies and Caboodles, a division of the Plano Molding Company.
Andrew is a designated Certified Management Accountant and a graduate of Business Administration from Ryerson University.
Vice President, Development
Jennifer has been involved in the Fundraising field for over 20 years, working with not-for profits in the educational, health care, and social services sectors.
Before joining Science World in August 2012, Jennifer was Vice President Development with the BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities and Easter Seals Services. Previously, Jennifer established Gifts in Time Consulting as Principal and Charitable Gift Planner. She worked with organizations like the Canadian Museum of Human Rights, the Arthritis Society, BC and Yukon Division, St. Augustine Faith and Foundation School Building Campaign, and the VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation as a Senior Gift Planner. Jennifer was part of BCIT's Development Team and Manager of the Alumni Association.
Jennifer has experience in all aspects of fundraising—capital campaigns, annual operating campaigns, planned giving, major gifts, fundraising events and social media giving, and has managed a successful fundraising team. She has also participated actively in the strategic planning and management of a complex mission-based organization, delivering valuable and highly appreciated services to the community.
Jennifer is one of the founding members of the CAGP Greater Vancouver Roundtable and LEAVE A LEGACY™ British Columbia Steering Committee, and is a member of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners and the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Jennifer graduated with a BA in Political Science and a BA Hons. in Sociology from Carleton University.
Vice President, Community Engagement
Pauline has been working with learning-focused, non-profit organizations since 1994. Prior to joining Science World in 2005, Pauline managed school and public programs at the HR MacMillan Space Centre, the Richmond Nature Park, and the North Vancouver Museum and Archives. Throughout her nine years at Science World she has worked with a variety of teams including: Outreach, Education, Exhibits & Special Projects, Customer Service and Community Engagment.
Her team’s efforts have been recognized by the Canadian Association of Science Centres including:
- 2012 Best Energy Literacy Project CASCADE Nominee (for
BC Green Games)
- 2010 Best Outreach Program for
Community Science Celebrations
- 2006 Best Outreach Program for Science World’s
Super Science Club after-school program for inner-city youth
- 2002 Best Program or Exhibit for the Space Centre’s Sharing Space Youth Mentorship Program
Her current team is responsible for the development and implementation of programs and learning experiences.
Pauline is a high school science teacher with a BSc(Animal Science) from UBC and a Diploma in Environmental Studies from Langara College. Her volunteer community work has included: BC Sports Hall of Fame Board, Science Fair Foundation Board, Genome BC Education Advisory Committee, NSERC-Pacific Advisory Committee, BC Innovation Council STEM Committee, SFU Science Times Advisory Committee, and BC National Science & Technology Organizing Committee.
Director, Human Resources
As Director of Human Resources, Suki is responsible for leading all aspects of human resources in line with Science World's strategic direction, while building a performance-based organizational culture. Suki brings to Science World an extensive Human Resources background gained from diverse industry sectors including hi-tech, telecommunications, government, and not-for-profit. Prior to joining Science World, Suki was Human Resources Manager at Fusepoint Managed Services where she had successfully built the HR function from the ground up for this high growth national organization. Prior to that, she held various HR generalist positions at organizations such as AT&T, Lucent Technologies, Electronic Arts, and District of West Vancouver. Most recently, Suki worked as an independent consultant focusing on compensation strategies and models and performance management systems.
Suki is a certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) and a member of the BC Human Resources Management Association. She holds an honours B.A. from Baptist University of Hong Kong as well as an MBA in Human Resources Management from Royal Roads University.
Director, Marketing, Sales & Attendance Promotion
With over 15 years of marketing experience, Suan is responsible for Science World's marketing, branding, sales, and attendance promotion activities. Prior to moving to Vancouver, Suan had a varied career in marketing and administrative positions at Exhibition Place in Toronto, and served as special assistant to the president and executive assistant to the Chair. Before moving to Canada, Suan worked in the hotel and hospitality industry as incentive tour manager and corporate sales manager in her native Singapore, working with Sheraton Towers and Dynasty Hotel (now the Marriott Hotel). Outside of work, Suan enjoys spending time with her family, travelling and keeping fit.