HOW I PLAY: Play has been a centerpiece of my life since childhood - whether that be through sport (hockey, golf, volleyball, cricket, etc.), work, or socially. I believe staying "playful" is one of the many keys to happiness, and I'm both thankful and excited by the opportunity to carry my learnings forward through coaching, volunteering, and Right to Play's initiatives. Few other things to note: That's the first fish I've ever caught, and I'm of firm belief that our Leafs will bring it home in 2024... maybe.
HOW I PLAY: I believe the power of play has the ability to unite people from different backgrounds while playing an instrumental role in teaching resilience, leadership, and dedication, among other traits. My passion for play is fuelled by my own experience playing tennis professionally. My tennis career led me to receive a full scholarship to Boston College for five years where I was the captain of the tennis team. Now, I enjoy coaching tennis and training for marathons in my spare time. I believe everyone should have the opportunity to play, and supporting Right to Play initiatives is one of the ways I hope to reduce the barriers.