PowerHockey Toronto would like to announce some recent changes to our Board.
Alex McLean has been appointed as President after serving as Vice President since 2018. Alex has been a player since 2003, and along the way has won several awards and participated in many championships. Aside from being a strong player, Alex has a background in paralegal education and is currently completing a sports management advanced diploma. He has a strong vision for the future of this organization, and we are very lucky to have him. Alex will no doubt continue Paul Desaulniers’ mission to grow and develop the league for years to come.
Meghan Hines has been appointed as Vice President after serving as Director of Fundraising since 2018. Meghan has been a powerhockey player for over 20 years and has held many leadership roles in that period. She is a strong advocate, effective fundraiser, masterful at relationship-building, and brings a financial perspective from her career in finance and human resources. She is dedicated to making powerhockey awareness and access a priority and has already built strong relationships with stakeholders across Toronto and the country. Meghan is a pivotal part of this organization, and we are thrilled with her promotion.
Colin Keddy has joined the PowerHockey Toronto board as Director of Communications. Colin has played powerhockey in Toronto since 1998 and has been strongly committed to advancing the sport since that time. As a player, Colin has participated in many Canadian and North American tournaments and has received recognition several times for his significant contribution to the league. He has worked on varying types of statistics for the league, as well as developing and managing league websites and content since 2011. Colin has been an integral behind-the-scenes member of our organization and we are very happy that he has accepted this position.
We would also like to thank our other board members, Randy Desaulniers, Phil Langford, Emmett Britton, and Kirk Ashman, for their continued commitment to the league and its development.
With all of these individuals at the helm, PowerHockey Toronto is in very capable hands!