Guilleman first started playing quidditch during his first year at the University of Guelph in 2012, and played for the Guelph Quidditch club organization for the past five years. He is currently coaching Guelph’s affiliate team, Royal City, for the 2017-18 season. To his role as Financial Director, he brings his education in Business Administration and his passion for finance, as well as a vested interest in growing the sport of quidditch in Canada sustainably.
Yara Kodershah joined the quidditch community in 2013. She holds a Master of Education from the University of Toronto, and has over five years of experience working in communications roles in a for-profit and non-profit capacity. Yara currently plays for and manages the Valhalla Quidditch community team in Toronto, Ontario.
Sachin started playing quidditch in 2013 as part of the University of Waterloo’s quidditch team, the Waterloo Ridgebacks, in their inaugural season. In his second year, Sachin was hired as President of what he re-branded as the Waterloo Quidditch Program. Sachin led the Program through a period of increased growth and competitiveness. He received the Sports Clubs Award of Excellence from Waterloo Warrior Recreation for his outstanding work as a club executive. He left his permanent mark on UWaterloo in the form of the quidditch lines which are now painted every year at the university, thanks to his work. In his third year of quidditch, Sachin was hired as the Events Director of Quidditch Canada. His main goals are to standardize tournaments across the country and to improve Major Events.
Joshua Muscat first entered the world of Quidditch in 2014, and plays as a chaser for Guelph Quidditch. Joshua holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from the University of Guelph, and is currently completing his post-grad in Marketing Management. He has over two years’ experience in volunteer recruitment and management with both for- and not-for-profit organizations, and is excited to utilize this experience to contribute to the success and growth of Quidditch Canada.
Ittaana Krow began playing quidditch in 2014 and currently serves as the Head Coach for Valhalla Quidditch. He has an extensive athletic background, and has worked for the quidditch community in various capacities: as a gameplay coordinator, assistant referee, sport writer, and Major League Quidditch (MLQ) statistician. Ittaana is committed to improving the safety and enhancing the gameplay of gameplay across Canada.
Jill discovered quidditch through Harry Potter conventions in Florida in 2011 and 2012. Since then, she has founded two teams, volunteered as a Conventions Coordinator for the old IQA, and enthusiastically took on the position as Membership Director for Quidditch Canada. She is passionate about coaching, safety, and sharing this sport with new communities across Canada. In her day job, she works in Information Management and brings that background to her contributions to the Board.
Antoine’s involvement in quidditch started in March 2016. Since then, he has done content translations for Quidditch Canada in order to reach the French-speaking audience and improve quidditch’s reputation. Antoine has also collaborated with the Quidditch Canada Board of Directors to build Quidditch Canada’s new website. Antoine holds a Master Degree in Communication from Audencia business school in Nantes (France) and is gladly sharing his experience and expertise as Communication Officer with Quidditch Canada.
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