Kelly Murumets assumed the role of President and CEO of Tennis Canada in March 2014. She joined Tennis Canada after serving for seven years as President and CEO of ParticipACTION, the national voice of physical activity and sport participation in Canada.
Prior to her role with ParticipACTION, Ms. Murumets was president of a publicly traded U.S. telecommunications company, where she oversaw the integration of four bankrupt/nearly bankrupt companies into one thriving organization that ranked 7th in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 Program. Throughout her career, she has advised leaders from Canada, the United States, South America and Europe on how to develop focused strategies and realize results within their organizations.
Ms. Murumets is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO-WPO) as well as a member of the Wilfrid Laurier University Board of Governors. She has worked and volunteered for the Children’s Aid Society and Covenant House, and speaks regularly to organizations around the world. She holds an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario, a Master of Social Work from Wilfrid Laurier University and a BA from Bishop’s University.
Among her many recognitions, Ms. Murumets was named as one of CAAWS Most Influential Women in Sport and Physical Activity (2007, 2009, 2011 and 2012), CBC’s 10 Most Influential Figures in Sport (2012), and Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 (2009) and is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal (2013).
Ms. Murumets brings her passion for sport and physical activity to her personal pursuits. She enjoys tennis, skiing and scuba diving, and has summited Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Rainier. She resides in Toronto, Ontario with her partner, Roy Graydon.
Born in Gascons, Quebec, John LeBoutillier received his undergraduate degree from the Séminaire de Gaspé, his law degree from Université Laval and his MBA from the University of Western Ontario (The Richard Ivey School of Business). He is a member of the Quebec Bar.
Mr. LeBoutillier was President and Chief Executive Officer of Sidbec-Dosco Inc. (now ArcelorMittal Montreal Inc.) from 1983 to 1996 and President and Chief Executive Officer of the Iron Ore Company of Canada from 1996 to 2000. In addition to his work with Tennis Canada, he is Chairman of the Board of Industrial Alliance, Insurance and Financial Services Inc. and of Groupe Deschênes Inc., Vice-Chairman of TechnoCentre éolien Gaspésie-les Îles (Wind Energy TechnoCentre) and a director of several companies including Mazarin Inc., Semafo Inc and Stornoway Diamond Corporation.
He was a member and director of various Canadian, North American and international industry associations. In 2000, he was a member of the Quebec Commission of Inquiry into Health and Social Services (Clair Commission) and, in 2001, a member of the Canadian Democracy and Corporate Accountability Commission (Bennett/Broadbent Commission). He is a Member of the Order of Canada.
Mr. LeBoutillier is married with one daughter.
After completing a double major in finance and business administration at Jacksonville University in Florida, Hart Pollack began his career in 2000 as a financial consultant at a large investment firm in Orlando.
Mr. Pollack is the Branch Manager of the CIBC Wood Gundy Winnipeg office and also manages a full service investment practice for individuals and businesses.
He has obtained the necessary industry credentials in Canada and the U.S.
In addition, he has successfully completed the courses required to be recognized as a Financial Management Advisor (FMA), Canadian Investment Manager (CIM), and holds an insurance license through the Insurance Council of Manitoba.
He is married to his wife Nancy and they have three children, Mitchell, Shane and Talia.