Chad London has taught and conducted research in the areas of leadership, communications and short and recreation. His recent interests have been focused on the ways in which collaborative leadership can facilitate healthier communities. His is currently the Dean of the College of Kinesiology at the University of Saskatchewan. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Physical Education from the University of Lethbridge, a Master's degree in Human Kinetics majoring in Sport Management at the University of Windsor and a PhD in Education Leadership from the University of Calgary.
Dr. London believes that MEND has an important role to play in our communities by empowering children and families and supporting them in making the changes needed to live healthy, active lifestyles.
Nancy has been with MEND SK since its inception and is the Director of Operations for MEND SK.
Nancy has spent over 25 years in the recreation and fitness profession and has a passion for promoting healthy lifestyles. Before working with MEND, Nancy spent ten years with the in motion initiative and twelve years with the City of Saskatoon Leisure services Department in facility management.
Nancy enjoys spending time at the MEND programs playing with the children and getting to know the families. She also loves to spend time out at the cabin with family and friends, running the trails and going to the gym for a good sweat!
To contact Nancy directly:
Phone: (306) 966-5094
Fax: (306) 966-7115
Pam is the Northern Regional Program Manager for MEND SK, the Mind, Exercise, Nutrition…Do it! Program for Prince Albert, La Ronge and northern regions in Saskatchewan. Pam has her Bachelor of Indian Social Work (BISW), from the First Nations University of Canada. Pam’s previous experience includes Community School Educational Associate and Educational Assistant in two different school divisions and Summer Camp Facilitator in Prince Albert.
Pam has a Youth Care Worker Diploma and she also holds a Medical Office Certificate and worked as a Medical Office Assistant for three years. Pam’s experience includes programming for children and families, partnership development and committee work. Pam has lived in Prince Albert for six years and is the mother of four children aged 9 – 28 and 5 grandchildren.
Outside of work Pam’s interests include spending time with family, gardening, walking and attending her children’s sporting events.
To contact Pam directly:
Phone: (306) 922-2244
Fax: (306) 922-2021