2019 Games Chief Executive Officer Scott Robinson and Board Chair Lyn Radford introduced their Senior Leadership Team, which consists of four Executive Staff members and eight Senior Volunteer Leaders.
“We are confident that our Senior Leadership Team has the professional experience and enthusiasm to bring to life the 2019 Canada Winter Games that was envisioned in Red Deer’s Bid for the Games,” said Radford. “This is a diverse team of outstanding individuals who possess a wealth of knowledge in their specialty areas, including multi-games experience, which will ensure the delivery of a life-shaping Games experience for all participants. Because of the strength of our volunteer force in our community, we felt that the operations model that we have chosen with our Executive Staff members working with two Senior Volunteer Leaders is the ultimate model for hosting the 2019 Games.”
The 2019 Games also announced an overview of the sport schedule that established what sports will be hosted each week during the 2019 Canada Winter Games.
Remarked Robinson, “Establishing the sport schedule is an important step that allows us to begin to nail down concrete planning details for the 2019 Games.”
The final announcement of the Community Update was the presentation of the 2019 Games logo, which combines the symbolic elements of the red deer, the Red Deer River and a winter star.
“We feel we have developed a logo that captures the spirit of both Red Deer and the Canada Games,” said Robinson. “As the visual mark of the Host Society, the logo is bold and symbolic like the 2019 Games itself.”
To learn more about the members of the 2019 Games Senior Leadership Team and view the sport schedule and logo, please visit www.canadagames.ca/2019.