Posted by Editoress on 11/24/16
Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is pleased to announce three new members appointed to its Board of Directors - Curt Harnett, Jessica Catton Rinaldi, and Nancy J. Spotton.
Curt Harnett is a three-time Olympic Medalist and four-time Olympian from the sport of track cycling. Named Chef de Mission for Team Canada at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games and the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Curt's leadership and dedication to high performance sport and supporting Canadian athletes is unparalleled.
Curt Harnett - Chef de Mission for Team Canada at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games and the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
Jessica Catton Rinaldi is a corporate lawyer with years of experience in advising boards on key areas such as transactional matters and governance issues. Jessica's strong leadership skills also include being the founding President and former director of Young Women in Law.
Nancy J. Spotton joins the Board of Directors with over 20 years of business and strategy leadership expertise. Nancy is currently developing top Millennial talent in the Sport & Event Post Graduate program at George Brown College.
The new Directors join a group of distinguished experts in high performance sport and business excellence on the CSIO Board of Directors, including:
Chris Rudge (Chair), Executive Chairman & CEO of the Toronto Argonauts Football Club
Kathryn Ann Giffen (Secretary), Chair of Women's College Hospital
Lou Ragagnin (Treasurer), Chief Operating Officer of ole
Ian Gordon (Director), Senior Vice President of Loblaw Brands Limited
Dr. Scott Thomas (Director), Professor - Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education, University of Toronto
"We are thrilled to have Curt, Jessica and Nancy join CSIO's Board of Directors. The expertise that each will bring to our organization will help to strength our Board of Directors, and the leadership and support they provide to CISO's staff and stakeholders. Their appointment to the Board of Directors is timely as we continue to enhance the world-class sport science and sport medicine services, and the research and innovation that we deliver to the high performance sport community at our main facility at the Toronto Pan Am Sport Centre, our satellite location at Mattamy National Cycling Centre, and across Ontario," stated Debbie Low, Chief Executive Officer, Canadian Sport Institute Ontario.
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