CCES Board of Directors

The CCES welcomes personal expressions of interest or the identification of individuals who are capable and willing to serve the organization in a volunteer capacity. It should be noted that the CCES Board is not a representational Board. In other words, individual members do not represent any group or sector. Rather, it is a Board comprised of distinguished Canadians with expertise in the various fields of knowledge necessary to ensure the proper stewardship of the CCES. These fields include, but are not limited to medicine, academia, ethics, law, education, sport, policy development, corporate and/or financial management, accounting and governance. In addition to particular expertise, when considering nominations for the Board of Directors and appointments to working groups and committees, consideration is also given to a variety of other factors such as gender, sport and/or high performance athletic experience, culture, language capability, region of residence, ethnicity and other factors that reflect Canadian diversity.

CCES Working Groups and Committees

In addition to the experts who sit on the CCES Board of Directors, the organization benefits greatly from the expertise and experience of many individuals who also volunteer their time on a variety of working groups and advisory panels.

  • Ethical Issues Review Panel provides analysis and advice on a variety of ethical issues
  • Therapeutic Use Exemption Committee evaluates applications by athletes for Therapeutic Use Exemptions
  • Anti-Doping Review Panel considers matters that arise from time to time with respect to Anti-Doping operations which require consultation

If you wish to be considered or are aware of an individual whom you believe is capable and willing to contribute to the CCES on its Board of Directors, working groups or committees, please email Please include the candidate’s qualifications as well as your complete contact information. The Nominations Committee reviews nominations on a regular basis, taking into account the current and future needs of the organization and brings recommendations to the CCES Board each spring.