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Glenn has an extensive resume in Towed Water sports, that includes roles as President of WSWC (2004-2010), Official and Chief of Competition as well as a competitor with 7 national championships to his credit. Glenn is also a Level III certified coach, and has both coached and skied at the Canada Summer Games.
Before his current occupation, Sean was a competitive wakeboarder competing on the Pro Tour and in Canada for many years, his competitive wakeboard career was highlighted with a Junior Mens National title in 1996 and a fourth place finish at the Vans Triple Crown in 1997. Sean has been involved in the organizational side of Wakeboarding since retiring as a competitor heading up numerous wakeboard schools, camps and competitions, from grassroots events to National Championships. Sean has served as the chairperson of the Wakeboard Committee and the Wakeboard Rep on the Waterski Wakeboard Canada board for the past 5 years.
Committee Assignments: Board HR and Compensation Committee
Steve is also the founder and co-producer of the Wakestock World Series one of the world's foremost wakeboarding events (wakeboard, wakeskate, wake park, wakesurf).A longtime sports advocate, Steve has played a prominent role in the development of wakeboarding, snowboarding, skateboarding and windsurfing in Canada, including establishment of Canada's first national pro-am snowboard series for slopestyle and halfpipe, working with the International Snowboard Federation to create the first Snowboard World Series and serving on the Canadian Yachting Association Board of Directors during windsurfing’s inception into the Olympics.More recently Steve played a prominent role in the development of Eastern Canada's largest skateboard park, the Beach Skatepark in Toronto; and the creation of the new industry-owned Toronto Snow Show, North America’s largest ski and snowboard consumer show. Steve has been a member of the WSWC Board and advisor to the Wake Committee since 2011.
Jaret has been involved in every aspect of the National Team including Athlete, Coach, Judge, Committee Member (High-Performance Committee) and as Athlete Rep on the Canada Olympic Committee. Jaret sits on the non-profit Board of koreyskrew.com, and is also actively involved with www.codysangels.com, www.inhiswakes.com. He has coached his wife, former World Champion Britta Grebe Llewellyn and is now showing his son, Dorien, how to follow in his famous family’s footsteps.In his free time, Jaret loves coaching kids and play ice hockey every chance he can.www.JaretLlewellyn.com
Upon leaving Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada as an employee, Karen continued as a volunteer, sitting on the National Events Committee and Coaching Committee. In addition, Karen was the Ontario Team Manager at the 1997 Canada Summer Games. Karen has had the privilege of attending 20 National Championships and 5 World Championships as staff, a volunteer, a partner (supporting husband Jim McClintock), an aunt (Jason and Whitney McClintock) and as a parent (Jonah Shaffer).
Karen has been a Canadian Jewellery Designer from 2005 and currently designs pieces for Prime Minister Harper & Mrs. Harper for international gifts, attended the 2012 Academy Awards Gift Lounge as a Designer and designed for Holt Renfrew for 11 seasons.
Karen and Jim have also had the enjoyment of supporting Karen’s daughter, Rebecca Shaffer, as she achieved the title of World World Karate and Kickboxing Champion 5 times.
Committee Assignments: Compensation Committee
Peter Person, Director
Peter is a Professional Engineer (Electrical) specializing in data network communications. He has spent 25 years in the telecommunications industry, and currently works in Information Technology networking within Health Care.
Peter has been involved in organized water skiing, at every level, for over thirty years. He has served on the Board of Directors of Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada for the past seven years, having previously served as WSWC’s President for nine years. He is currently the President of the Pan American Water Ski Confederation (IWWF) and is a member of the IWWF Executive board.
Peter’s sport involvement also includes serving on the International Water Ski and Wakeboard Federation’s World Tournament Council (fifteen years) as well as on Water Ski and Wakeboard Canada’s Technical and Official’s Committees (now Water Ski Committee).
Inducted to the WSWC Hall of Fame as a Builder, Peter remains active as an international judge and athlete. He has been appointed to judge five World Championships, four Pan-American Games, the US Masters, and numerous other international and professional water ski events. As a competitive water skier he has competed both nationally and internationally, earning Canadian Record and Canadian Championship Titles.
Board Assignments: Board Governance Committee
Drew Ross, Director
Erika Langman, Director