PacificSport Northern BC (PSNBC) has named Craig Noonan as their Interim Executive Director while Kristen Harrott takes her Maternity leave. Kristen has done a tremendous job expanding the reach of PSNBC programs and services and the Board is excited to have Craig continue the focus, hit the ground running, and lead the operations for the next year.
Passionate about developing and creating new opportunities for athletes and coaches in the region, Craig’s vast experience in sport will enable him to work with existing and new regional stakeholders to ensure PSNBC’s vision and values continue Powering Sport in Northern BC communities.
“Based on the history of the organization, I knew right away that this opportunity would offer me the freedom and flexibility to continue to improve the quality of the sport delivery system in the North,” says Craig Noonan. “We will continue to provide opportunities for Northern Athletes and ensure that the infrastructure develops across the entire region.”
Craig comes to Prince George from his most recent post as Operations Manager for the 2012 Arctic Winter Games in Whitehorse, Yukon. Involved in multiple sports for most of his life, as athlete and coach, Craig has worked with many coaches and athletes from recreation to the elite level and is a strong promoter of the Canadian Sport for Life movement.
Craig’s academic background includes a Kinesiology degree, as well as certificates in both Leadership development and Business Communications.
PacificSport Northern BC is very pleased to welcome Craig to the team!
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the 2012 edition of the Vancouver Sun Run 2012!
Through SportMedBC’s Sun Run InTraining and Aboriginal RunWalk programs, over 4000 participants took part in the Sun Run!
For an excellent recap of the Sun Run InTraining experience, check out Tom Mayenknecht’s post at the Vancouver Sun.
Be sure to sign up for the SportMedBC RunWalk Online network for the latest tips, news and program information!