Kiran Rao leads the team that implements all of Oppy’s financial management processes.
Executive Leadership Team
Doug has over 30 years of experience in human resources with a background in the transportation, retail and healthcare sectors, complemented by 10 years in operations and retail management. Before joining Oppy in 2012, he was regional human resources manager for Home Depot Canada. This depth of knowledge in operations management helps ensure Oppy’s HR team is able to support our diverse needs. Doug holds an MBA-Human Resources from Royal Roads University, is a certified executive coach and professional certified coach, and holds his CPHR designation from the BC Human Resources Management Association. While completing his MBA, Doug was honored by Royal Roads University and received the class Leadership Award and the Founders Award for leadership, sustainability and personal development. Doug is currently working towards his Masters Certified Coaching designation from the International Coach Federation. University.
While overseeing all Canadian sales initiatives, Walt also directs both our citrus category in Canada, concentrating on mandarin oranges grown in Japan, Korea and China.
Focusing on strategic growth at the executive level, David directs the integration and execution of all sales, marketing and category strategies at Oppy.
Doug joined The Oppenheimer Group in 1995 as director of information technology after spending 12 years in IT at the British Columbia Automobile Association. He was appointed as Oppy’s chief information officer in 2003, and promoted to vice president and chief operations officer in 2006. He has since taken on executive responsibility for information technology, operations, quality control, manufacturing, transportation, supply chain management, food safety and grower relations, while having oversight responsibility for our Santiago, Chile office.
For more than 40 years, John Anderson’s finely-honed business instincts have left an indelible mark on a global industry, while building Oppy into a strong and successful produce marketing enterprise.