We offer our members the opportunity to be involved in every facet of our initiatives related to our bottom line, of advancing the recreation and parks field, through various committees. Committee members help formulate and facilitate concrete changes for New Brunswick through a collaborative model. Our wide range of dynamic committees are composed of volunteer members from diverse backgrounds in the recreation field, from various not-for-profit and government sectors.
The Inclusive Recreation Committee assists the Recreation New Brunswick Board of Directors with issues surrounding inclusive recreation. The Committee, also serving as the provincial body of the National Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability, allows the association a voice both provincially and nationally. This committee is Chaired by, Greg Cutler of the City of Saint John.
The aim of the Communications Committee is to facilitate communication between Recreation New Brunswick's Board of Directors and the public. This includes the general public, the media, and the various levels of government. This committee is Chaired by Ashley Arrowsmith of the Town of Riverview and is designated to guide messaging and advise the Executive of the Board of Directors with, President – Dana Purton-Dickson acting as the spokesperson for Recreation New Brunswick.
The Facilities Committee is responsible for making recommendations to the Board of Directors concerning matters with respect to: training for facility staff, planning and use of physical facilities, and procedures for planning and designing physical facilities.
Recreation New Brunswick established this HIGH FIVE® Advisory Committee in 2015 to support the development, growth and positioning of HIGH FIVE® as the standard for quality programming in this province. The purpose of this committee is to provide advice and guidance towards the overall development of HIGH FIVE® New Brunswick including supporting and advising, the development and delivery of HIGH FIVE components.
The NB PLAYS! advisory committee is a versatile group of health and wellness advocates from across the province. The team is composed of representatives from government, non-profit and private sectors, as well as First Nation organizations. The committee includes champions of recreation, health, wellness, education, quality childcare, parks and sport.
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