Calgary, AB (March 28, 2022) -- Alpine Canada is pleased to announce that Anne-Marie Boucher, a member of the Board of Directors since October 2019, has been appointed Vice-Chair of the Board.
“This is an exciting time for Alpine Canada and Anne-Marie,” says President and CEO Therese Brisson. “Anne-Marie, will be of great assistance and support to current Board Chair Tim Dattels, who will continue to lead a very strong board that is focused on helping Canada be a world-leading ski racing nation and delivering on our mission to increase podium performances and inspire growth in participation and fans.”
“I am passionate about skiing and helping our athletes develop and reach their full potential,” shares Anne-Marie. “I look forward to working with Tim, the rest of the board and all our stakeholders in the ski racing community to build on the momentum of this past Olympic season,” she adds.
Anne-Marie is one of the founders of BCF Business Law, where she has practiced for the majority of her career. After spending several years in Europe and the Middle East, where she established a strong reputation with many international contacts, Anne-Marie now primarily serves as a Family Offices advisor in addition to her philanthropic work and board commitments.
Anne-Marie has strong roots in the Quebec ski racing community, especially through her home resort of Mont Tremblant, and represents a strong voice and presence from Eastern Canada to complement the strong leadership from the West from Board Chair Tim Dattels.
“Anne-Marie brings an active passion for high performance athletics and substantial entrepreneurial and governance experience coupled with a global perspective,” says Dattels. “She also brings deep appreciation for building our National programming for athletic progression across our alpine, ski cross and Paralympic disciplines.”
Quebec has long been an important region for ski racing in Canada with healthy participation, talented athletes, strong clubs and resorts, and a dedicated and passionate ski racing community. Anne-Marie's appointment reflects Alpine Canada Alpin’s commitment to strengthen relationships with key stakeholders including athletes, clubs, volunteers, donors, sport, and marketing partners in Eastern Canada in its quest to become a world-leading ski racing nation.
The Alpine Canada Board is currently at full capacity with 15 directors:
- Tim Dattels, Managing Partner, TPG Capital Asia (Chair)
- Anne-Marie Boucher, Attorney, M. Fisc., Philanthropist (Vice-Chair)
- Bruce Chapple, Partner, McMillan
- Erik Guay, former ACA athlete, and World Champion
- Blake Hutcheson, President, and Chief Pension Officer, OMERS
- Don R. Lindsay, CEO, Teck Resources
- Barry McInerney, President, and CEO, Mackenzie Investments
- Tracey Pearce, President, Distribution and Pay, Bell Media
- Darryl White, CEO, Bank of Montreal
- Mark D. Wiseman, Chair, Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo)
- Kaori Zage, Entrepreneur, Property Developer, and Sports Advocate
- Sarah Evans, Founder, Youth Lab/Westside School
- Deborah Orida, Senior Managing Director and Global Head of Active Equities CPP Investment Board
- Kelly VanderBeek, former ACA athlete, Broadcaster
- Marc Lanouette, CEO, Grey Group Canada, CEO, TANK Worldwide
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About Alpine Canada
Alpine Canada is the governing body for alpine, para-alpine, and ski cross racing in Canada, as well as for Canadian ski coaches, providing education, certification, insurance, and compliance with the coaching code of conduct. With the support of valued corporate partners and donors, along with the Government of Canada, Own the Podium, the Canadian Olympic Committee, and the Coaching Association of Canada, Alpine Canada develops Olympic, Paralympic, World Championship, and World Cup athletes to stimulate visibility, inspiration, and growth in the ski community.