The Association elected new officers as well as returned current members to the Executive Committee at today’s annual general meeting.
The Canadian Soccer Association elected new officers as well as returned current members to the Executive Committee at today’s annual general meeting. Victor Montagliani (Vice-President) and Steve Reed (Treasurer) were re-elected, while Jeannette Kuc and Ken MacLean were newly elected to the Association’s Executive Committee.
Mr. Montagliani rejoins the executive committee for a third term as Vice-President. Mr. Montagliani has also served as Chair of the National Teams Committee.
Mr. Reed has been a member of the executive committee since 2009 and returns as Treasurer. He has also served as Finance Committee Chair and as a member of the National Teams Committee during the past two years.
The two newly elected committee members, Ms. Kuc and Mr. MacLean, have experience with the Association’s governance, having served as Directors on the Board of Directors. Ms. Kuc was the Saskatchewan Soccer Association’s President from 2007-2011. Mr. MacLean will now hand over the Presidency of Soccer Nova Scotia, which he has held since 2007, to take up his position on the Association’s Executive Committee. They replace two long-standing Directors at Large, Mr. John Knox and Mr. Mike Traficante, who are leaving the Association’s executive committee having provided leadership and support to the Canadian Soccer Association’s programs during their tenure.
The Canadian Soccer Association’s new executive committee consists of Dr. Dominic Maestracci as President, Mr. Victor Montagliani and Mr. Newman as Vice-Presidents, Mr. Steve Reed as Treasurer, Mrs. Jeannette Kuc, Mr. Ken MacLean and Mr. Clive Wilkinson as Directors.
The 2011 Canadian Soccer Association’s annual general meeting was hosted in Dorion, QC, highlighting the Fédération de soccer du Québec’s 100th anniversary. The Canadian Soccer Association’s 100th anniversary is next year in 2012.
Canada Soccer outlines return to soccer guidelines. The return to soccer guidelines provide member organizations with a five-step process, including a checklist of weighted questions known as the Return to Soccer Assessment Tool.