Hockey Canada recruites Jaime Boldt as governance adviser

Afroza Hossain

Hockey Canada recruites Jaime Boldt as governance adviser

Hockey Canada reported Tuesday that it has recruited Jaime Boldt as its most memorable administration counsel.

Katherine Henderson, president and CEO of Hockey Canada, said in a delivery that Boldt will assist with guaranteeing that Hockey Canada’s administration model is “powerful, feasible and proficient.”

Boldt is an assistant lecturer at the College of Regina’s Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Strategy and joins Hockey Canada following five years as the chief overseer of the Globe Theater in Saskatchewan’s capital.

She has likewise filled in as an expert with Canadian Ladies and Game and is an individual from the Forbes Not-for-profit Gathering.

Hockey Canada has gone through an administration redesign since charges of rape against players on its 2003 and 2018 world junior groups surfaced in 2022.

That incorporated the renunciation of the whole board and president and Chief Scott Smith in October 2022, and the recruiting of Henderson as the association’s most memorable female president and President in September 2023.

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