President and Chief Executive Officer

Wade Miller began overseeing the Winnipeg Football Club as President and Chief Executive Officer in August of 2013 and his leadership has pointed this historic franchise in the right direction, both on and off the football field.

The Blue Bombers, now with three consecutive Grey Cup appearances and back-to-back titles in 2019 and 2021, have become a flagship organization in the Canadian Football League. Miller’s commitment to providing the province of Manitoba with a competitive football product and a great fan experience has become the mantra of the organization. Miller is a hands-on CEO, constantly interacting with corporate partners and fans, always seeking feedback to continue the process of shaping the organization into an entity that will be successful on all levels, on a long-term basis.

A Winnipeg Blue Bomber Hall of Famer, Miller played 11 years for the team. He received CFL East Division All-Star honours in 1997 & 1999 and ranks as the Canadian Football League and Bombers’ all-time leader in special team tackles with 184. Miller also shares the record for most special teams tackles in a season with 37, a mark he achieved in 1999. He was inducted into the Winnipeg Football Club Hall of Fame in 2011.

Off the field, he twice received the Ed Kotowich Good Guy Award, given annually to the Blue Bomber who best combines football ability, team camaraderie and extraordinary community effort.

Driven by his entrepreneurial, ambitious spirit, Miller co-founded and is the CEO of Pinnacle Staffing, Manitoba’s largest recruitment firm. He also co-founded Elite Sports Injury, Elite Performance, and throughout the years has introduced other new businesses in Manitoba.

Miller’s desire to make a difference is the thread that connects all of his endeavours. It’s an attitude that earned him recognition as one of “Canada’s Top 40 under 40”, a national award celebrating leaders and honouring Canadians who have reached a significant level of success before their fortieth birthday. Miller was also a prairie finalist in 2009 for Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur Award.

His success is built on his keen understanding that people are the drivers behind any business and, as he always likes to say, “this is how winning teams are built”.

Miller’s passion for business is equal only to his commitment to supporting charitable and community initiatives.