KODIAK Property Management Ltd. (KODIAK), a Regina-based property management firm, keeps scaling up the property management industry with the hiring of a new executive leader Mr. Trent Fraser, BA (Econ.), ICD as their new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Mr. Fraser is an accomplished executive with over 30 years of experience in marketing, sales, brand management, special event/project management and business development. Although Trent has several accomplishments throughout Saskatchewan, he is best known for re-energizing the Saskatchewan Roughrider brand as well being the director of the successful Saskatchewan Pavilion at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. Mr. Fraser has served as VP of Business Development for a large ad agency and for the last 10 years he has led Fraser Strategy Inc, a strategic business development & consulting firm that has worked in many sectors throughout Western Canada.
Mr. Fraser is excited to begin this new chapter with KODIAK; ”It is a thrill to work with the vibrant and innovative staff at the Kodiak Group of Companies” says Trent Fraser. ”We will focus on our growth within the provincial market and beyond, while ensuring that we give back to the communities in which we live.”
“TF (Trent) brings not only years of senior management and strategic business development experience, but he’s also the perfect cultural fit, the team already has great respect and admiration for him. He’s going to do great things within our group of companies”. says Jason Diewold, Managing Partner of KODIAK.
In addition to Mr. Fraser’s role at KODIAK, he’ll continue to be active in the Regina community as he currently serves as Chair of the Governance Committee for the Regina Airport Authority Board of Directors, and as the Chair of the Community Outreach Committee of the 2018 Memorial Cup (to be held in Regina in May).
In 2017 Trent was the recipient of the Tourism Builder Award; recognizing individuals who have made tourism an important part of their life’s work resulting in a positive impact on the industry they serve. He also was awarded the Senate of Canada Sesquicentennial Medal in 2017 which honours individuals who have improved their community with exceptional generosity, time and dedication.