Marshall Canada continues to build with newly appointed Head of Commercial

Marshall Canada continues to build with newly appointed Head of Commercial

As Marshall Canada looks to deliver its ambitious growth strategy it has further strengthened its leadership capability with the appointment of Jane Ganina as the new Head of Commercial operating out of the company headquarters in Ottawa, ON. Jane is an accomplished commercial professional and the depth of contract knowledge and expertise she brings with her to the role will provide core competencies that will further establish the company as a solid level player in the Canadian market.

“I’m thrilled to be joining the team here at Marshall Canada at such an exciting time for the company. I’m looking forward to applying my commercial knowledge and expertise as the company proceeds with its North American growth strategy. Marshall has a broad range of customers and suppliers across Canada and globally and I’m keen to help build on those relationships,” says Jane.

Jane brings a wealth of commercial knowledge and experience to Marshall Canada with more than 20 years of commercial management and 15 years working in the Aerospace and Defence sector. In that time, Jane has managed commercial agreements across a wide variety of complex projects involving communication and observation satellites such as the RADARSAT Constellation space mission, and space robotic projects including Canadarm 3 and more.

Prior to joining Marshall Canada, Jane was the Senior Contracts Manager and acting Director of Contracts and Subcontracts at MDA, an international space mission partner and a robotics, satellite systems and geo-intelligence pioneer in Canada.

In her spare time, Jane manages, coaches and mentors 16 – 23 year olds side by side with her husband at civil football teams in the Canadian Junior Football League (CJFL) and Quebec Midget Football League (QMFL). A passion of theirs spanning over 20 years that provides many of the young players with valuable opportunities for development and growth.