The Oppenheimer Group, Vancouver, British Columbia, promoted three members of management.
Warren Bailey was named chief information officer, according to an Oppenheimer news release. He joined the company in 1995 as a programmer analyst and became project and systems architecture manager in 2006. He was promoted to director of information technology later that year.
Bailey now oversees the company’s IT strategy and leads a team of 20 technology professionals.
Steve Roosdahl was promoted to director of supply chain management. He joined the company in 1996 as senior programmer analyst, then became systems development manager and applications development manager a decade later. He was Oppenheimer’s first corporate supply chain manager in 2009.
One of Roosdahl’s projects is to implement the Produce Traceability Initiative and consult with growers as they do the same.
Jason Fung was named manager of the marketing department. He joined the company as a category analyst in the company’s greenhouse and citrus business in 2008. In early 2010, he became leader of Oppenheimer’s business analysis team. With his new title, he now also oversees the creative services and marketing communications.