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Director of Promotions Erin Schwab

can Canada
Current Team

1) What are you looking forward to the most about the upcoming Mavs season?

I am looking forward to connecting with the community again, engaging with them at games and learning more about baseball.

2) What are your favourite hobbies?

I love reading, spending time with my dog, Brock, and being active.

3) Do you have any unique or secret talents?

I took sewing lessons once a week for an hour after school from grade three to grade eight. I am a little rusty now but when I was younger I used to sew some of my clothes.

4) What is your favourite food?

Butter chicken and jasmine rice

5) Any pet peeves we need to know about lol?

My biggest pet peeve is when someone else eats my leftovers lol

6) Please provide a brief bio about yourself- background, school, sports and/or work

I was born in Calgary but I grew up in Medicine Hat. I was in French Immersion and I grew up playing sports primarily soccer and ringette. I have two brothers and we are pretty close. I took Business Administration majoring in Marketing at MHC while I played soccer there for three seasons. I spent half a year in Australia, attempting to learn how to surf and taking as much in as possible before moving to Calgary where I attended SAIT. I took travel and tourism at SAIT while I used my last two years of soccer eligibility. I ended up living in Calgary for eight years and I was involved with SAIT athletics in some capacity the whole time, either as an athlete, a coach or an administrator. I ended up getting my bachelor degree in Arts through Athabasca in 2012. I volunteered for the 2014 U20 Women’s World Cup that was hosted in Canada as a team liaison officer. I worked with Team Canada and got a chance to get to know some of the players that were on the Olympic Gold Medal team. In 2015, I volunteered as a team liaison officer again for the Women’s World Cup and I worked with Team USA that time. They went on to win the World Cup so that is one of my favourite sporting memories. I moved home in 2017 after spending eight months taking classes in San Francisco. I took my 200 hour yoga teacher training locally and finished in December 2017 right before I started working for the Tigers. I was the Communication Manager for the Tigers for three seasons which was a lot of fun getting to know the players and then taking them to community events. I got my dog, Brock, in 2018 and he is an English Lab who loves the water, so I take him paddleboarding with me whenever I can in the summer, and he keeps me active in the winter since he loves the snow.