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The Board of Directors is presently composed of nine individuals with a diverse range of skills and experience in the realm of sport, culture, community affairs, tourism, and business.

Mark Tewksbury, Co-President

Mark Tewksbury is one of Canada’s most accomplished and renowned athletes. His sixteen-year swimming career is marked by many standout moments, including the three Olympic medals and seven world records that made him a national hero.

An engaging speaker, author and television host, Mr Tewksbury also serves as spokesperson for a number of non-profit organisations and events including the National AIDS Walk and the Children’s Miracle Network. In recognition of his leadership, ethics, and humanitarian work, the University of Western Ontario awarded him an honorary doctorate in 2001.

More about Mark Tewksbury, on this CBC Television coverage on the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games.

Marielle Dupéré, Co-President

Paul Uline, Secretary

Paul Uline is founder and President of Maestro Plus, a leading Montréal destination management company. Mr. Uline has worked professionally for 18 years in the planning and management of large-scale international meetings and events.

François Goulet, Director

François Goulet was appointed Senior Vice-President of Tourisme Montréal in February 2004. Since his arrival at Tourisme Montréal in August 2000, Mr. Goulet has established a track record of success in developing new strategies for business sales, the leisure travel market, media relations and services to conventions and large-scale events.

Marie-Josée Malo, Director

An accomplished architect, Marie-Josée Malo’s athletic focus is on endurance sports, in particular, long-distance running. Over the last fifteen years, she has run about 45,000 km, including the half marathon at the 1998 Gay Games in Amsterdam and the 10k at the Sydney Gay Games in 2002, where she recorded the best time ever, both for herself and in the history of the competition (43 min. 30 sec.). Ms. Malo plans to be in top form for 2006 and is committed to creating an event that will fulfill the expectations of participants of all levels and backgrounds.

Johanne Roy, Director

With a degree in communication from the University of Québec at Montréal (UQAM), Johanne Roy spent eight years at Montréal’s CIBL radio station where, as an on-air personality, she was part of the very first edition of Rock et Belles Oreilles, a hugely popular Québec comedy programme, and later worked as a producer and was a member of the programming committee. Ms. Roy is currently involved with the Formula 1 Grand Prix, coverage of the Montreal Impact soccer team, and, since 1999, as a producer for the World Junior Hockey Championships. She also worked on coverage of the Montréal Expos baseball games, Division Series, Championships as well as the World Series.

Pierre Côté , Board Member



29 Jul 2006
29 Jul 2006