Board of Directors

Dr. Louise Humbert

President

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Randy Goulden

Vice President

Randy Goulden’s years of community work and involvement with provincial and national organizations have kept her in close touch with Yorkton and Saskatchewan people and the issues that affect them.

As a Yorkton City Councillor, she has served on all council committees. She’s been very active with the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. She’s a director of both, chairing committees dealing with municipal community safety, economic development, social infrastructure, government relations and increasing women’s roles in municipal governance.

Randy has served as President of both the Canadian and Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Associations.

Randy is Executive Director of Tourism Yorkton and the Director of the Yorkton Film Festival. She has been active as a volunteer with many Yorkton organizations.

Randy and her husband Rex have lived their adult life in Yorkton. They have three children and six grandchildren, and thrive on spending time with family and their recreational activities.

Rob Currie

Deputy Minister - Saskatchewan Education

Rob believes in the benefits of an active lifestyle and values the opportunity to serve on the Active Saskatchewan Board. He is an avid sports fan having served as VP of Sport for the 2005 Canada Summer Games. In addition, he’s been involved as a volunteer, administrator, and athlete within the sports of rowing, curling, water polo and long distance running.

Rob is the Deputy Minister for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education. Starting out as a classroom teacher, he worked his way up to Director of Education for the Regina Catholic School Division. He is most proud of his work with the school division’s senior leadership team addressing unprecedented student enrollment, the resulting learning program enhancements, and the construction of new school facilities. Rob volunteers his time as a member of the Board of Regents for Campion College at the U of R, is a board member of One Life Makes A Difference, which supports at-risk youth in their quest to obtain quality elementary, high school and post-secondary education, and he also is serves on the Board for the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan.

Rob was born in Estevan, SK but raised in Regina. He and his wife, Ingrid, have three adult aged children.

Bethany Dick

Youth Consultant - Lakeland District for Sport, Culture & Recreation

Bethany Dick has been a member of the Active Saskatchewan Board of Directors since June 2018. She’s originally from Saskatoon, but has called Prince Albert home for almost two years. She works as the Youth Consultant with Lakeland District for Sport, Culture and Recreation. Bethany holds a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Saskatchewan. In her free time, Bethany enjoys practicing yoga, kayaking, and anything musical.

Sandra Jackle

Director of Programming, Entertainment Development & Tenant Relations, Regina Exhibition Association

Sandra Jackle is the Director of Programming, Entertainment Development & Tenant Relations at the Regina Exhibition Association Limited (operating Evraz Place). She helps lead one of the largest and most influential sport, entertainment and event complexes in the country. As a centre of excellence for entertainment, agri-business, sport, recreation and cultural activities, Evraz Place boasts over 1 million square feet of indoor space and close to 42 acres of usable outdoor tradeshow space - hosting an estimated 2.75 million guests annually.

Peggi-Lynn Gatin

Population Health Promotion Practitioner, Saskatchewan Health Authority

Peggi-Lynn Gatin provides leadership to Health Promotion in Saskatchewan. She is highly respected among colleagues in her position with the Saskatchewan Health Authority supporting physical activity opportunities through the life span. She also inspires students as a Sessional lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan, College of Kinesiology and SUNTEP.

The sounds of kids playing at the nearby park and skateboarders travelling down her street are music to Peggi’s ears. So much so that she invests her time and passion in leading and participating in a number of provincial & local initiatives that work to build environments that support daily physical activity. Peggi-Lynn loves to be active with her family, especially walking and biking.

Bernadette McIntyre

Partner, Scoreco

Bernadette McIntyre is a partner in Scoreco Inc. specializing in business consulting and is currently working with Evraz Place. She retired as Chief Executive Officer of Wascana Centre Authority in 2017, where she led the Authority for nine years, implementing major projects such as, a safety program, an expanded ecology program, the Pine Island Finishing Line Facility, Broad Street pedestrian bridge, refurbishment of the Queen Elizabeth II Gardens, multiple play area, trail and washroom rejuvenations and a wide variety of infrastructure projects. Previously she was the Assistant Vice President of Driver and Vehicle Safety Services with SGI. She had worked for over SGI 27 years and had a variety of interesting and challenging positions within the corporation. Bernadette holds two degrees from the University of Regina, a B. A. in Economics and a B. Admin. both obtained with Great Distinction.

Bernadette is an active curler and volunteer. She chaired the Bid Committees for the 2017 Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling, the 2018 Brier, the 2016 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championships, the 2014 CCA/CIS National University Curling Championships, the 2008 Scotties Tournament of Hearts and was on the 2013 Grey Cup Festival Leadership Team.

She is the Past President of Curl Regina, on the Access Communications Board of Directors and the GMS Queen City Marathon Board of Directors. She is a past Director of the Canadian Curling Association and was President of the 2006 Tim Hortons Brier Host Committee and the 1998 Scott Tournament of Hearts, chaired the Evraz Place Board of Directors and was a member of the Regina Palliative Care Inc. board.

Bernadette is a past member of the Highland Curling Club Board of Directors ( 1990 – 2015), the University Board of Governors (1995 – 2001), Sask Sport Board of Directors (2002 – 2005) and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and Museum Board (2000 – 2004).

Bernadette is married to Rich and has two adult children Lisa and Shawn.

Dr. Harold Reimer

Dean College of Kinesiology University of Regina

Harold Riemer is currently dean of the Faculty of Kinesiology and Health Studies at the University of Regina. An avid walker, he enjoys spending time in the outdoors hiking, fishing, and hunting. He is husband to Tammy and father to Nicholas, Hannah, and Christian. His favourite hashtag is #RiemerNotReimer

Darin Banadyga

Executive Director Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport

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Tracey Mann

Executive Director, Community initiatives Fund

Tracey is Executive Director of the Community Initiatives Fund (CIF), an agency established by the Government of Saskatchewan to distribute casino profits for the benefit of Saskatchewan communities. Prior to joining the CIF Tracey was employed with United Way of Regina as Vice-President of Community Impact and Investments. With more than 30 years experience in the sector, Tracey has worked with nonprofits in Saskatoon, Winnipeg and Regina.

Kim McKechney

Executive Director, Community Engagement and Communications, Saskatchewan Health Authority

Kim McKechney is the head of the Community Engagement and Communications division of the newly created Saskatchewan Health Authority, a $3.8 billion organization with 40,000 staff serving more than 1.1 million people. He was previously Associate Vice-President (External Relations) at the University of Regina and has served in various ministries in the Government of Saskatchewan, including Health, Social Services and Environment.

Kim holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Saskatchewan and Master’s degree from Simon Fraser University. Kim and his wife live in Saskatoon and are proud parents to two young boys.