Board of Directors

The current members of the CBTF Board of Directors are:

President Joanne Moser, ON
Past-President Jeff Johnson, ON
1st Vice-President Karen Gratton, BC
2nd Vice-President Beth Swain, AB
Secretary Cindy Dietrich, SK
Treasurer Michelle Bretherick, ON
Technical Chair Dana Peteleski, MB
Judges' Rep Amy Kalin, ON
Coaches' Rep Maureen Johnson, SK
Athlete's Rep Chantal Sutton, ON
British Columbia Chair Shannon Webster, BC
Alberta Chair Candy Tedford, AB
Saskatchewan Chair Theresa Porter, SK
Manitoba Chair Edie Parisian, MB
Ontario President Kim Genton, ON
Quebec President Julie Cushman, QC
New Brunswick Chair Nadine Lebelle-Dejario, NB
Nova Scotia Chair Kim Jollimore, NS

 

CBTF Board of Directors members are elected to their positions for two-year terms. [Note: Provincial representatives to these bodies are elected according to each province's own by-laws.]

The CBTF recently adopted an alternating election system. Under this new system, some positions will be elected in even-numbered years and other positions will be elected in odd-numbered year.

At the 2009 election, and in the odd-numbered years following, the positions open for election will be:

  • President
  • 2nd Vice-President
  • Secretary

Also at the 2009 election, and in the odd-numbered years following, the Technical Committee positions open for election will be:

  • Judges Representative
  • Coaches Representative
  • Athletes Representative
  • Group Representative
  • Skills Development Program Representative
  • Sanction Officer

At the 2010 election, and in the even-numbered years following, the positions open for election will be:

  • 1st Vice-President
  • Treasurer
  • Technical Chair

 

Contact lists for the National and Provincial Boards.

Please treat these lists with respect - they are meant to facilitate communication between Boards in each province; they are not meant for broad distribution. These lists are attached for the current year only - if a province is not listed below, this is because we have not received a listing from them for the current year.

Special email lists have also been created to make it easier to email entire groups.

Committees

  • executiveatcbtf [dot] ca... the CBTF Executive Committee
  • boardatcbtf [dot] ca... the complete CBTF Board of Directors
  • technical-committeeatcbtf [dot] ca... the complete CBTF Technical Committee
  • education-committeeatcbtf [dot] ca... the CBTF Education Committee

 

Provincial Reps

  • board-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Heads on the Board of Directors
  • technical-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Technical Reps on the Technical Committee
  • athletereps-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Athlete Reps
  • coachreps-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Coaches' Reps
  • judgereps-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Judges' Reps
  • groupreps-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Group Reps
  • sdpreps-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial SDP Reps

 

The nomination form for Honorary Memberships is attached. The nominee does not have to be a current member of CBTF and, in fact, this award is particularly suited to recognizing a friend of the sport that is not an active member.

Completed Nomination Forms should be sent to the CBTF 1st Vice-President, Karen Gratton. Nominations may be sent by email to 1stvpatcbtf [dot] ca - this is the preferred method. If Regular Mail is necessary, first email 1stvpatcbtf [dot] ca and request instructions.

The nomination deadline for the Honorary Membership is March 1, 2019.

Please note: Any CBTF Member in good standing may make a nomination for Honorary Membership. The nominee does not have to be a current CBTF Member.

The contributions and/or achievements of past CBTF Honorary Members have had a long-lasting effect on the development of baton twirling as it is today in Canada and, in some cases, at the international level. Recipients of this award are no longer active in CBTF or the sport nor do they hold a current CBTF membership. If Nominee has served the CBTF on a national level, she/he shall have served the CBTF for a minimum of three years however service to provincial bodies is also taken into consideration.

When preparing the nominee's biography, please consider the following:

  • Why this individual should be recognized as an Honorary Member of CBTF?
  • The number of years the Nominee had served or been a member of the CBTF.
  • In what capacity(ies) has the Nominee served the CBTF (eg: administrator, advisory, volunteer, coach, judge, athlete)?
  • What contributions has he/she made to the development of baton in Canada?

Group contact lists for the National and Provincial Boards and various CBTF Committees. We encourage you to use these group email lists to avoid missing someone.

We also maintain private contact lists for various groups, which are accessible by Board of Directors and Technical Committee members only. If you have access, please treat these lists with respect - they are meant to facilitate communication between Boards in each province; they are not meant for broad distribution.

 

Committees

  • executiveatcbtf [dot] ca... the CBTF Executive Committee
  • boardatcbtf [dot] ca... the complete CBTF Board of Directors
  • technical-committeeatcbtf [dot] ca... the complete CBTF Technical Committee
  • education-committeeatcbtf [dot] ca... the CBTF Education Committee

 

Provincial Reps

  • board-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Heads on the Board of Directors
  • technical-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Technical Reps on the Technical Committee
  • athletereps-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Athlete Reps
  • coachreps-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Coaches' Reps
  • judgereps-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Judges' Reps
  • groupreps-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial Group Reps
  • sdpreps-provinceatcbtf [dot] ca... Provincial SDP Reps