Jason played volleyball for an OFSAA-championship team in high school and then played varsity volleyball at Wilfrid Laurier University. He has seven years' experience as a head coach of youth sports teams. Jason is in a leadership position at work and has a personal interest in mentorship and professional development.
In his eleven years of experience as a sports management and leadership professional, and entrepreneur, Tristian joined the Phoenix club to develop world-class athletes, world-class scholars, and world-class citizens. Coach Reid will be assistant coaching the U13 and U16 - Boys programs for the 2020-21 season. Previously, he was the assistant coach for the U14 and U18 girl's program for the Premier Volleyball Club for the 2016-17 season. Coach Reid use to train with the Guelph Men's Volleyball Team as a practice player and during the summer season, he's training down at Woodbine Beach (Ashbridge Bay) in beach volleyball and competing to push his skill set to the next level. Coach Reid holds a Master's Degree in Sports Management and Leadership from the University of Western Ontario. He learned how sport has the power to change the world and how important it is to be an effective leader. One way to do this is by establishing a close, positive and lasting impact on our diverse community, and honestly, this is why he wanted to be a leader for the Phoenix club. He enjoys collaborating and dreaming up bigger and better ways to achieve the athlete's and organization's long-term development efforts and being someone the organization can go to for support and advice. He thinks it’s important that the Phoenix community sees a leader that looks like them, so they can respect the Phoenix club as a diverse and inclusionary leader.