SPORT4ONTARIO is very excited to announce Patsy Coyle in the new position of Managing Director. Patsy is joining us from her most recent position with the Deputy Mayor of Toronto.
Patsy's pathway led her to MLSE's Global Partnerships team for 13 years and to Monumental Sports & Entertainment for three years. Her experience will elevate the incredible opportunity to influence the future for SPORT4ONTARIO.
"It is very clear that one of Patsy's many strengths is partnerships," said Michele O'Keefe, chair of SPORT4ONTARIO. "And as we work through our strategic plan process, build our safe sport program and safe return to sport campaign, Patsy will play a critical role. We're excited to have her lead our team."
"I am thrilled to be joining SPORT4ONTARIO and to be working alongside a talented board and committees," said the incoming Managing Director, Patsy Coyle. "This role combines my two great passions, sport and community. I am excited to have an impact in the multi-sports landscape and help promote the importance of physical activity in Ontario. I look forward to working collaboratively with the entire recreation and sport sector to create meaningful and impactful programs."
Patsy will begin with SPORT4ONTARIO on Tuesday, May 25th.
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