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Leadership Transition at Orienteering Canada

Charlotte MacNaughton has been the Executive Director (ED) on a volunteer basis since the early 2000s and has decided to transition out of the ED role and focus on other priorities. Effective August 1, 2014, Tracy Bradley will be the Executive Director of Orienteering Canada.

Tracy will be working 20 hours/week for Orienteering Canada as the ED, with her primary focus on Orienteering Canada’s operational priorities. Tracy will be working closely with the Board to ensure that we are functioning well administratively and moving forward on our strategic plan objectives. She will also work with the committees, with her primary focus initially dedicated to the coaching and officials committees. Tracy has been the assistant ED for over a year now. Tracy’s experience with many other sports at the national level: diving, swimming, gymnastics, etc, is a great asset for us.

The Board is also working with the High Performance Committee with plans to hire a part-time High Performance Director starting in the fall.

Charlotte will continue her volunteer involvement with Orienteering Canada. She will be responsible for the communications, sponsorship and fund development portfolios with a longer term goal of creating productive committees to work in these areas. She will also be our international relations liaison and will continue to assist Tracy and the new Board with the transition. Charlotte with also continue her involvement on various committees: governance; high performance; celebration, awards & recognition.

The Orienteering Canada Board is extremely grateful to the thousands of volunteer hours that Charlotte has devoted to Orienteering Canada, and we are pleased that she is willing to maintain her volunteer connection to Orienteering Canada. We are also excited to have Tracy as our Executive Director and we look forward to working with her in that role as we continue our efforts to move the sport forward in Canada.

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