Aboriginal Sport Circle Announces New Executive Director
Aboriginal Sport Circle – (OTTAWA, March 30, 2017) – The Aboriginal Sport Circle (ASC), Canada’s national voice for Aboriginal sport, brings together the interests of First Nations, Inuit and Metis people.
ASC President Alwyn Morris and the Board of Directors are pleased to announce the re-emergence of the ASC as a viable and valuable member of the National sport community.
In the recent months, the ASC has taken a leadership role in the advancement of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) Calls to Action. This is an exciting time for the ASC who are in the process of expanding their mandate to include future key partnerships to better service the needs of the Aboriginal people of Canada.
“The vision of the ASC Board of Directors and member Provincial/Territorial Aboriginal Sport Bodies set in January 2015 is being realized today“ said President Alwyn Morris. “Thank you to Sport Canada for all of their support as the Aboriginal Sport Circle continues to advance their mandates.”
ASC is pleased to announce the hiring of Heather Kaulbach, twenty-five (25) year National Sport Community veteran to lead their operational needs during this exciting transition. Ms. Kaulbach will start her role as the Executive Director of the ASC on March 31st. Among her first tasks is to open the new ASC office location, located in the House of Sport in Ottawa.
“I am extremely pleased and honoured to have been hired to support ASC in this exciting transition” said Heather Kaulbach. “I look forward to reviving old and developing new partnerships within the sport, physical activity and recreation communities in the weeks and months to come.”
For additional information, please contact:
Jymmi Kaye Demchuk MPA
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