WSWC ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS/ SNPC ANNONCE SON NOUVEAU CONSEIL D’ADMINISTRATION

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OTTAWA, ON –Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada (WSWC) is pleased to announce its newly elected Board of Directors and thank outgoing Directors for their valued contributions and service. Eight positions were up for election at the 2019 WSWC Annual General Meeting.  Hosted
yesterday evening by webinar, there were 4 director positions that were nominated by the Athlete, Provincial Sport Organization (PSO), Wake and Water Ski Councils; and there were 4 at-large director positions, with 8 candidates vying for election.

The Council nominated directors elected to the Board include: Stephen Neveu (Athlete Council), Cory Bate (PSO Council), Steve Jarrett (Wake Council) and Drew Ross (Water Ski Council).

The At Large directors elected to the Board include: Zack Grossman, Paige Nagribianko, Jennifer Pate and Dustin Titus.

WSWC is pleased to present the 2019-2020 Board of Directors:
Cory Bate – PSO Director
Russ Dickson – At Large Director
Zack Grossman – At Large Director
Steve Jarrett – Wake Director
Jay Kolewaski – At Large Director
Paige Nagribianko – At Large Director
Stephen Neveu – Athlete Director
Jennifer Pate – At Large Director
Drew Ross – Water Ski Director
Dustin Titus – At Large Director

Special thanks to all those who ran for a position with WSWC.

 WSWC is pleased to recognize and thank exiting Board members Richard Gray, Jo-Anne Moore and Peter Person, for their hard work, commitment and support.  Their passion and dedication to the growth and development of towed water sports has been valued and appreciated – thank you!

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  Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada

Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada is responsible for coordinating, growing and developing towed water sports from initiation to high performance through proactive advocacy, strengthened partnerships, effective communications and coordinated leadership. Representing several brands, Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada has been in the business of serving the towed water sports community since 1949. A non-profit organization, Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada is the sole national sport governing body and recognized water ski and wake sport authority in Canada, representing all competitive Canadian towed water sports – adaptive water skiing, barefoot, marathon, show ski, wake and water ski.

For More Information:
Jasmine Northcott
Chief Executive Officer
Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada
jasmine@wswc.ca
613-526-0685