Board of Directors

Marlon Murr

Marlon Murr


Marlon Murr (he/him) is a professional real estate agent with over a decade of legal, marketing and managerial experience both for not-for-profits and private companies. Driven by supporting and giving back to his community, Marlon volunteers his time and supports various charities and organizations throughout Greater Vancouver. Outside of volunteering and real estate, you can find Marlon frequenting restaurants and cafés indulging in the abundance of locally sourced food and wine. An avid outdoor and travel enthusiast, Marlon hopes to find the time to travel to experience and learn from the different cultures around the globe.

Rania Hatzioannou

Rania Hatzioannou


Rania Hatzioannou (she/her) is the Executive Director of Cambie Village, the Heart of Vancouver. She has worked for Business Improvement Areas for two decades, and served on several Boards including nine years on the Board of the Collingwood Neighbourhood House. Rania was born in Nicosia, Cyprus and lives in East Vancouver. She studied at SFU and BCIT. In her spare time she teaches tweens Creative Writing, and is a tour guide for retired U.S. schoolteachers visiting Vancouver. She is a dog person, because cats do not like other cats, and she believes that the Vancouver Canucks will win the Stanley Cup in her lifetime. Rania is the recipient of several Photojournalism and Community Volunteering awards, including the Good Neighbour Award and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal. If you stand still long enough, she will ask you awkward questions.

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Jarred Bolen


Jarred Bolen (he/him) is a sales and business development professional in the technology industry, working as a trusted advisor with businesses of all sizes across Canada and the US. Originally from Salmon Arm, he has called Vancouver home since 2009. He is passionate about the arts, having toured as a musician throughout Western Canada in years past, and still relishes the opportunity to perform locally whenever possible

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Diana Sposato

Diana Sposato (she/her) is an award-winning Realtor® with over 7 years of residential real estate experience. Diana also has more than 20 years of experience in law, contracts and project management in various industries including film, national defence and energy.

The Okanagan has been Diana’s home for nearly 4 decades and she has recently relocated to Vancouver and has been enjoying discovering all that the city has to offer including the many fabulous eateries, walking trails and live events including The Improv Centre!

In her spare time, Diana enjoys her family, spending time with quality people, being active, volunteering and traveling – she has been to Australia and many countries throughout North/Central America and Europe. 

Emma Selinski

Emma Selinski

Emma Selinski (she/her) is an award-winning, independent, genre filmmaker originally from Adelaide, Australia. She has more than 20 years of experience as a Producer, Writer and Director in radio, theatre, television, and film. She is currently the Senior Virtual Production Coordinator for Eyeline Studios (a Netflix company).

A newbie to Vancouver, Emma is thoroughly enjoying the active Canadian lifestyle. When she’s not working on films or attending shows at TIC, you can find her cycling around the seawall, hiking or skiing up in the mountains. Emma believes that improvised theatre is one of the greatest art forms. ‘Laughter is a beautiful way of bringing people together and it has the power to meaningfully elevate our lives.


Gina Iandiorio

Gina is the Principal of g2 Services Ltd, a business consulting firm she founded in 2017 after over 25 years working at BCLC in the gaming industry. She provides high-level strategic advise including Business Planning, Governance, Compliance, Marketing, Human Resources Planning and all facets of the Gambling industry to a variety of clients across the province of BC.

Gina is a graduate of Simon Fraser University (SFU) and the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), and in 2018 she completed her certificate in Gaming Management at the University of Reno, Nevada.

Beyond her career, Gina makes it a priority to volunteer with a number of philanthropic organizations including Director- Canadian Sport Institute, Director-BC Sports Hall of Fame, Director-BC Gaming Industry Association, member of the Host Organizing Committee for the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship, and past Director for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank and NABS BC. In 2019 she received the Sport BC President’s award for her volunteerism.