2022 Registration opening in February!
2022 Registration opening in February!
Pat grew up paddling at the Carleton Place Canoe Club and paddled at the National level for many years. Passionate about sport and athlete development, Pat is a Competition Development Certified coach through the National Coaching Certification Program. He has been coaching at the CPCC for over 10 years, 7 of which have been in his current role as Head Coach.
Ellie began paddling with the Carleton Place Canoe Club in 2010. Ellie became a full-time high-performance athlete around the age of 14, when she began training year-round and competed at various regional, provincial and national championships throughout her paddling career. Ellie began coaching in 2015, and transitioned into a full-time coaching role in 2019 after attending her first-year of university, following her time as U14 Program Coordinator she became the program manager at the Carleton Place Canoe Club. Ellie is certified under the NCCP as a Canoe Kids Coach and Entry-Level Competitive Coach, as well as has earned various multi-sport certifications such as Safe Sport Training, Sport Nutrition and various others. Ellie attends St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia where she studies Human Kinetics, with a minor in Sport Management, she will begin her 4th year at StFX in September 2021.
Gabby is the U14 Program Coordinator and the Assistant Head Coach for the U16+ Sprint Program, she has been a coach at the club since 2018. She began paddling in 2015 in the U13 sprint program (presently U12) and continued padding for 5 years competing at the Provincial and National level. Gabby is certified as an Entry Level Competitive Coach (ELCC) and Canoe Kids Coach under the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP), As well as, obtaining her Standard First-Aid and CPR, Pleasure Craft Operators Licence, and Safe Sport Certification from CKC, as required by the CPCC. Gabby is going into her 2nd year of study at the Bishop's University for sports studies and plays rugby for the university.
Mackenzie is the 2021 U10 and U12 Sprint Program Coordinator. She began paddling at the Atom level (now called U10) and paddled competitively at the Carleton Place Canoe Club (CPCC) for seven years before she started coaching in 2017. Mackenzie is certified as an Entry Level Competitive Coach (ELCC) and Canoe Kids Coach under the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). She also has her Pleasure Craft Operators License, First-Aid Training, and Safe Sport Certification, as required by the CPCC. Mackenzie completed her first year of post-secondary at McGill University for Psychology, and will be transferring to Conestoga College in the Fall of 2021 for Respiratory Therapy. When Mackenzie is not coaching at regattas on the weekend, she likes baking and going to the beach!
Lilly began paddling in 2010 in the then Atom program (presently U10) and continued to paddle for 9 years racing at a Provincial and National level. Currently, Lilly is the Program Coordinator for the Youth Full Summer and Weekly Programs, however, she is currently in her 4th year of coaching at the CPCC. As required by the CPCC, Lilly is certified under the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) as a Canoe Kids Coach and Entry Level Competitive Coach (ELCC), as well as, obtaining her Standard First-Aid and CPR (2021), Pleasure Craft Operators Licence (2018), and Safe Sport Certification from CKC (2021). Outside of the Carleton Place Canoe Club, Lilly is entering her 2nd year of University at the University of Toronto for Anthropology and enjoys spending time outdoors and watching movies.
Commodore - Don Leverette
Vice Commodore - Gary Quartermain
Rear Commodore - Ben Brandino
Treasurer - VACANT
Secretary - Heidi Lowry
Programs and Coaching - John Kenny
Director at Large -Kyle McCulloch
Director of Grants - Alessandra Iozzo-Duval
Past Commodore - Kerri-Ann Redwood