Ksena Tatomir is the Britannia Hockey Academy's coordinator and Britannia Secondary School's athletic director. She graduated from the University of Maine with a Bachelor of Science Degree as well as UBC with a Bachelor of Education Degree. Ms. Tatormir is a Vancouver School Board teacher of Physical Education and Leadership.
Ksena has several years of experience as an athlete, playing varsity hockey in both the NCAA and CIS. In addition to on-ice instruction, off-ice training and classroom instruction, Ms. Tatomir oversees all of the Britannia Hockey Academy's operations.
Justin Borsato is a Vancouver School Board teacher, currently teaching Grade 7 at Britannia Elementary School. Mr. Borsato has a tremendous amount of hockey experience. Justin was a member of the W.H.L.’s Prince Albert Raiders as well as the University of British Columbia’s varsity hockey team. As a coach, Justin has been involved with Okanagan Hockey Schools, roller hockey programs and most recently, H.E.R.O.S. Hockey – a local inner-city youth hockey program.
An active member of the Vancouver hockey community, Jay Aikenhead has coached with the Vancouver Minor Hockey Association since 2003. Jay is a 4th year student at UBC for Kinesiology and has a diploma in sports science from Capilano College. Jay is also a certified personal trainer, power skating instructor and Hockey Level 3 trained coach. This enables Jay to provide the Hockey Academy with high level weight training and dryland programs as well as on-ice skills instruction.
Sean Murray has been instructing goalies for 15 years. Sean has been a master instructor for the legendary Vladislav Tretiak. Considered one of the games elite instructors, Sean is currently the goaltending consultant with the AHL Syracuse Crunch, the UBC Thunderbirds (CIS), Hockey Canada, Twist Pro conditioning, as well as being a consultant to associations throughout BC and California. Sean has played many years of Junior hockey and has also coached in the PIJHL and the BCHL.
Originally from Calgary, Leland Mack is the Head Coach of the Greater Vancouver Canadians of the BC Major Midget League He has been involved in the B.C. High Performance Program as a coach and evaluator, most recently as Head Coach at the 2009 U16 BC Cup in Salmon Arm. In 2008, he won a gold medal as an Assistant Coach with U16 Team Fraser Valley at the B.C. Winter Games in Cranbrook. Leland also scouts for the Seattle Thunderbirds of the WHL when he is not coaching and training groups or individuals in the Lower Mainland. He graduated from Douglas College in 2007 with a diploma in Sports Science and also received the Bob Bearpark Coaching Foundation Scholarship.