Executive Team


Thomas W. Morgan, President & Chief Executive Officer, Enerjet

Thomas W. Morgan is the President, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Enerjet since October 2006. Prior to joining Enerjet, Mr. Morgan was a founder of WestJet Airlines and during his 10 years with that company held senior positions ranging from Chief Pilot and Director Flight Operations to Executive Vice President responsible for all flight operations including Maintenance and In-flight. Mr. Morgan was actively involved in the growth of WestJet Airlines from start-up to 52 new Boeing 737NG aircraft serving North America with both scheduled and charter services and he was the leader of 550 pilots, 1200 flight attendants and 300 maintenance engineers. Mr. Morgan is also a long time Airline transport pilot having flown for several commercial and airline operations in Canada. He is at present a current Captain on the Boeing 737NG.

In 1983, Mr. Morgan founded Morgan Air LLP consisting of Air Partners Corp, Aircraft Works and Unity Group. He has presided as President, organizing and setting up a fixed based operation including flight training, charter and management of corporate aircraft leasing and maintenance servicing Western Canada. In 2005 Mr. Morgan reorganized the operation into Air Partners Corp operating a fleet of 10 corporate and charter aircraft throughout North America. Aircraft Works has taken over all the maintenance for the companies inclusive of providing service for outside companies. Unity Group now oversees all leasing specifically a fleet of 5 DHC-6/300 aircraft.

Mr. Morgan has also held the following Board of Directors positions: WestJet Airlines (Toronto Stock Exchange) from June 1996 to January 2006; Aero Mechanical Services (TSX Venture Exchange) from January 2001 to June 2005; Black Dog Resources (TSX Venture Exchange) from August 2005 to October 2014; and Mount Royal College Foundation from February 2004 to January 2009. Other achievements include Entrepreneur of the Year for Canada 2000 and Entrepreneur of the World for Teamwork 2000.


Darcy Morgan, Chief Commercial Officer, Enerjet

Darcy Morgan is Chief Commercial Officer and Chief Information Officer of Enerjet. Previously he held the position of Vice President of Business Development and Integration. He is responsible for sales and marketing in all lines of business and for the integration of information technology. Darcy Morgan has been a Board Member of Enerjet since September 2007.

Mr. Morgan was previously employed with SAP, the provider of premier enterprise business software, and with IBM, the leading technology and integration company. Through 20 years of business experience in sales, marketing and information technology, Darcy held a wide range of positions. He has been responsible for business development, executive account management, channel development, public sector relations, and liaison with industry bodies.

Darcy is a graduate of the Haskayne School of Business in Calgary. He is an alumnus of and contributor to Haskayne's award-winning Inter-Collegiate Business Competition Team.

Darcy held the position of Board Member for Black Dog Resources (TSX Venture Exchange), a gas and oil producer based in Calgary from August 2005 to October 2014. He previously served on the Board of his local community association for several years, and in 2007 was presented with a City of Calgary "Lion" award for his efforts in municipal heritage preservation.


Michael Holditch, Chief Financial Officer, Enerjet

Michael S. Holditch is the Chief Financial Officer of Enerjet, appointed in December of 2015. A Calgary-based Chartered Accountant (1992) with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Calgary (1988), Michael spent six years with the international accounting and advisory services firm KPMG, completing his tenure in their Financial Advisory Services Group as a manager specializing in Corporate Finance and Business Valuations. Mr. Holditch joined the Calgary Flames Limited Partnership in 1994 as Controller, transitioning to the role of Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer in 1996.

At the Calgary Flames Michael held several positions of increasing responsibility spanning finance, operations and marketing, and including 14 years as the organization’s Chief Financial Officer. Directly responsible for the operation of the Flames’ American Hockey League affiliates, Michael has decades of experience dealing with consumer brands, marketing seats with a limited shelf life, programs designed to maximize ancillary revenues, and managing complex employment, supply, risk and asset contracts.

In 2003 Mr. Holditch joined the Flames’ Hockey Operations group – taking on the title of Senior Vice President of Hockey Operations and Assistant General Manager. In that capacity his responsibilities included the day-to-day direction of hockey operations including Collective Bargaining Agreement interpretation and management, team development, risk management, administration and tracking of player compensation, salary cap management, player contract negotiations, player salary arbitration, scheduling and contract review and documentation.

Along with his several management roles, Mr. Holditch also held advisory and governance board positions with the American Hockey League, the Western Hockey League, Higher Learning (an entrepreneurial venture) and has been involved with multiple charitable organizations including the Flames Foundation for Life. In 2015 Michael joined the inaugural Board of Directors of Foothills Lemonade Day Ltd., a local not-for-profit entity incorporated to introduce entrepreneurism to Alberta youth – Michael continues to serve as Treasurer of this organization.