I want to share with you all that Amy Walsh will be leaving Hockey Nova Scotia to join the Future of Hockey Lab.
Four years ago, Amy joined our team and during that short time, we have experienced tremendous change. Most of that change was by our own design as we have worked to make the game safer and more welcoming.
From her leadership in plotting the Player Journey Map, to her support of the World Women’s Legacy Development Plan, to her work in launching the Diversity and Inclusion Task Force, Amy has been an advocate for inclusivity in hockey.
Some of that change was also unexpected.COVID-19 forced all of us to be more innovative than ever as we navigated the fluid and everchanging pandemic climate. Amy was steadfast in her role, building on relationships with government and initiating new channels of communication like the Rebound Plan to keep hockey in Nova Scotia on the ice.
A hardworking, people-first, and principled professional who we all consider a friend, the staff and board are sad to see Amy leave.
This form is for team managers (or designated volunteer) to add their team staff to the official roster. You will need to submit a new form for each name. They can be added at once or as you secure volunteers.
We need ALL
dressing room chaperones
treasurer (for contact list)
All volunteers with First Shift also need to be updated, please. Thank you!
LINK TO TEAM ROSTERING FORM will be limited to team managers for the remainder of the process. Thanks!
Given volunteer constraints, at this time we will not be coordinating an association level 50/50 this year.
If someone would like to take it over; our previous coordinator will help onboard.
The lotto work effort would include;
Obtaining the lottery license
Setting up the account with raffle box
Meeting up with rafflebox on lotto day to get tickets
Coordinate social media and people to do the draw on the day
Compile individual and team level data.
Based on previous years results, the work effort is justified for the first two lottos of the year so if someone wanted to take it over, our recommendation would be to offer two between October and December.