The Charlottetown Islanders are very pleased to recognize office manager Katie Ramsay for all of her hard work with the organization with International Women’s Day approaching on March 8th, 2019.
“Katie is an invaluable asset to this organization,” said Islanders Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Jason Maclean. “She’s an unsung leader; she runs the show for us and keeps all of us in line.”
Katie first began working with the PEI Rocket in 2012, assisting in the day-to-day operations of the business side of the team. Katie is often the first face that greets fans when they enter the administrative office, assisting with questions, comments, and concerns with regards to the fan experience at the Eastlink Centre.
As the franchise adopted the black and harvest gold colours and re-branded as the Charlottetown Islanders, Katie remained an essential member of the organization. Her role expanded over the years to include assisting with team accounting and supervising the bar staff on game nights. It’s common to see Katie in different areas of the Eastlink Centre on game nights, doing everything she can to help complete the Charlottetown Islanders game experience for our fans.
Katie is one of the longest-tenured employees of the Charlottetown Islanders organization. Over the years she has seen many changes both on and off the ice, most notably the transition from the Rocket to the Islanders. It’s those changes that continues to fuel Katie’s passion for junior hockey.
“The atmosphere around the rink on a game day is still one of the most exciting things to me,” she said. “I’ve had the pleasure of being a part of some great teams, and I can’t wait to be part of many more.”
It’s often said around the Islanders’ office that the staff would be lost without Katie Ramsay. Seen as the person with all the answers, Katie is more than just an office manager. The entire Charlottetown Islanders organization is extremely privileged to have a woman of Katie’s caliber working within the club.