CAAWS 2015 Most Influential Women

CAAWS 2015 Most Influential Women

The 2015 Year of Sport has come to an end, and CAAWS is pleased to announce its annual Most Influential Women List.

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The CAAWS Most Influential Women List of 2015 is as follows (in alphabetical order):
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Stacey Allaster, Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), Toronto, ON
Dr. Julia Alleyne, Chief Medical Officer, TO2015, Toronto, ON
Brenda Andress, Commissioners of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League, Newmarket, ON
Rachel Bedingfield, Co-Chair, WomenActive-NS, Gaspereau, NS
Martha Billes, Chairman Emeritus, Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities, Calgary, AB
Chandra Crawford, President and Founder, Fast and Female, Canmore, AB
Guylaine Demers, Chief Organizer, Conversation 2015 Women and Sport, Quebec City, QC
Waneek Horn-Miller, Pan American Games Chef de Mission, Kahnawake, QC
Kaillie Humphries, Olympian, Athlete Ambassador, Calgary, AB
Sue Hylland, President and CEO, Canada Games Council, Ottawa, ON
Lorraine Lafrenière, CEO, Coaching Association of Canada, Ottawa, ON
Rachel Lewis, COO, Vancouver Whitecaps, Vancouver BC
Dr. Margo Mountjoy, Vice President, UANA, Guelph, ON
Kelly Murumets, President and CEO of Tennis Canada, Toronto, ON
Michele O’Keefe, President and CEO of Canada Basketball, Toronto, ON
Karen O’Neill, CEO of Canadian Paralympic Committee, Ottawa, ON
Christine Sinclair, Captain, Canadian Women’s Soccer, Burnaby, BC
Tricia Smith, President, Canadian Olympic Committee, Vancouver, BC
Hayley Wickenheiser, Member, IOC Athletes’ Commission, Shaunavon, SK
Kathleen Wynne, Premier of Ontario, Richmond Hill, ON