New Executive Member Appointments, News (Newmarket Minor Hockey)

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New Executive Member Appointments
Submitted By Murray Taylor on Tuesday, January 12, 2016
The NMHA Executive are pleased to announce the following appointments:

- Kevin Winsor to the position of VP of Rep

- Roy George to the position of Rep Alternate

- Allison Kulba to the position of Director, Fundraising/Marketing

Kevin Winsor

Kevin is a successful business professional with experience in client relationship management. His success can be attributed to providing an exceptional client experience via constant communication, superior conflict resolution, and attention to details. 

In January 2008, Kevin and his family moved to Newmarket from British Columbia.  For the past 8 years, he has coached or managed his son’s soccer, baseball, hockey and ball hockey teams. Through that time he has developed a strong understanding of the rep hockey experience as a parent and team manager at all levels of our program and is looking for to taking on this new challenge.

Roy George

With his lifelong interest in sports, Roy George joins the NMHA Executive, acting as the Alternate Vice President within the Rep Hockey Program.

 A recognized Technology leader, Roy extends a unique blend of business acumen, global team building and project management expertise to the Association.

He looks forward to collectively developing/delivering the NMHA’s vision of a positive, approachable environment where players, parents and the Association can work together to align common interests with achievable goals.

Roy continues to build upon many years of on-ice volunteer experience while coaching and mentoring his two sons within the NMHA Rep and House league programs.


Allison Kulba

Allison brings with her many years of professional experience in the sales and marketing arena. She has created programs from scratch and customized programs for the Canadian marketplace.

As a mother of two boys and a Coaches’ wife over the last 14 years she has had a lot of experience at the hockey rinks. Her oldest son is in his last year of minor hockey and it has allowed her to reflect on what minor hockey is all about: friendships, life skills and sportsmanship.

Her goal as the director of marketing and fundraising is to ensure every child in Newmarket considers hockey as a recreation program.  She wants to remove the negative stereotypes and ensure everyone realizes what a great sport hockey can be.


We want to thank Kevin, Roy and Allison for their willingness to step forward and volunteer their time to help make the NMHA the best Association it can be for the benefit of all our Members.

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