CSIO Welcomes New Staff

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is pleased to welcome four (4) new staff members to its operations.

The CSIO business operations unit is joined by a new Senior Communications Coordinator, Laura Mauer and Office Coordinator, Trevor Golem, both of whom will work to leverage CSIO’s core sport operations, assisting in the Institute’s daily business and promotion. The performance services team has added Sport Scientist, Devon Frayne to its staff, while James Cunningham joins the sport systems and excellence unit as a Talent Development Advisor.

“The new staff reflects the growth of CSIO and our increased capacity to assist high performance athletes and coaches in their quest to achieve international podium performances,” said CEO Debbie Low. “As we prepare to move to our new home at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre and CSIO satellite venues across Ontario over the coming months, the additional staff capacity will allow us to meet our strategic goals and build a stronger high performance sport system in Ontario.”

To read the new staff’s bios and the complete press release, please click here.

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