Moss Park Arena board nominees named

The Moss Park and Ted Reeve Arena nominating panel has recommended that Toronto and East York Community Council appoint Roert Jarvis, Steven Lewis, Will Meneray and Vu Nguyen Tran to the the Moss Park Arena Board, at pleasure of Council, for a term of office ending on Feb. 22, 2021, and until successors are appointed.

Robert Jarvis, per his bio, “grew up playing hockey in Ottawa and spent countless hours in rinks. Having fallen in love with the artistry of the sport, I ended up playing hockey at college at eighteen in the United States followed by five years of professional hockey in the United States, France and Asia. Fortunate to have seen the world through sport, I returned to Canada in hopes of creating value in the country I admire. I am now a resident of the Moss Park area and I am excited to find ways to improve and grow the community.”

Steven Lewis has a Bachelor of Science and JD. Per his bio, Lewis “currently works as an in-house lawyer in the health care sector. His volunteer experience includes serving on the boards for the Melanoma Network of Canada and Access Independent Living as well as coaching Special Olympics and being a counsellor for Camp Oochigeas, a camp for children with cancer.” He resides in the Moss Park area and “always seeks to improve [his] community.”

Will Meneray is a Principal with Oliver Wyman, a global consulting firm, in their Digital, Technology and Analytics practice based In Toronto. His bio describes his focus “on helping financial services clients solve operational and strategic challenges, particularly related to innovation and operational excellence.” He is a graduate of the Ivey School of Business at Western University in London, Ontario where he served on the board for Ivey Connects, the business school’s student-led, non-profit organization.

Vu NguyenTran is an executive assistant at a non-profit organization servicing Toronto’s Downtown east neighbourhoods. Per his bio, he has an Honours BA in Socio-Cultural Anthropology and will be returning to school for his Master’s degree in the near future. “Growing up in Regent Park, [he] has learned to appreciate and value his experiences, and his goal is to create an environment for others to share in similar experiences.”

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