January 10, 2020

CANMORE, AB – Alberta Alpine is pleased to announce a talented team of individuals who will help the organization transition through this 2019-2020 season to assist in Member Services, Communications, Marketing and Social Media, and our website and Inside Track Newsletter.

Heather McRae is joining the organization in a temporary volunteer capacity to assist all members with general Member Services issues, including Alpine Points, Zone4, race notices, registration, race kits, and race results tracking. Please do not hesitate to contact Heather at: memberservices@albertaalpine.ca

Gieta Steingart is also joining the Alberta Alpine team with a focus on grant writing, reporting, and as a support liaison for RA’s and ROC’s in the province. Geita is also developing a full grant calendar for North and South Zone clubs to help each member club identify funding opportunities in their community, and province-wide. For support or information from Gieta: gieta@albertaalpine.ca

Jack Lane has also joined the Alberta Alpine team with a focus on the website, social media, Inside Track Newsletter, alumni updates, and athlete journals, storytelling and all things creative! Jack can be contacted at: jack@albertaalpine.ca

Alberta Alpine will be posting for more permanent positions in the coming weeks, and we look forward to expanding the services offered to support our membership.

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About Alberta Alpine

Alberta Alpine Ski Association (AASA) is the Provincial governing body for alpine ski racing in the Province. It has a critical role in leading, fostering, and encouraging interest and participation in ski racing amongst Albertans of all ages and abilities and promoting excellence in high performance.

Alberta Alpine is the Provincial Sport Organization recognized by Alpine Canada Alpin, Canadian Snowsports Association, Alberta Winter Games, Canada Winter Games, the Government of Alberta.  Alberta Alpine is affiliated with the Federation Internationale de Ski (FIS). Alberta Alpine has responsibility for a wide range of activities, including:

  • participation in sport
  • coaching standards and officials training and development
  • development of children, youth and high performance athletes
  • local and Provincial competitions and International competitions held in the Province and Alberta athletes competing in a number of International competitions.

The mission of Alberta Alpine Ski Association is the development and delivery of opportunities for individual growth, enjoyment and excellence in the sport of alpine ski racing and ski cross.

For more information, please contact Rob McCloskey, Alberta Alpine President.

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