Gary Hudson – President
Gary presently holds the role of President and has been involved with Sport Oakville since March 2016. He has been involved in sports growing up in Montreal, Quebec and continues to be active during his adult life living in Oakville. His sports involvement included soccer, hockey and football. Along with his playing experience, he became a licensed coach and contributed to the development of soccer skills for the youth community in Oakville.
Paul Maida – Vice President
Paul is currently the Vice President of Sport Oakville and has volunteered his time with the organization since May 2017. Growing up in Oakville Paul participated in many sports including Hockey, Oakville Little League Baseball and has a Black Belt in Karate. He also taught tennis, hockey and karate at various camps and organizations in the Oakville and Peel communities and continues to be active in sport.
Giulia Bridges – Director
Giulia (Julia) has volunteered her time with Sports Oakville since 2019. She has lived in Oakville for 35 years and has volunteered her time with Oakville Minor Baseball as a Coach, Convener and Board Member for over a decade. Also volunteered time assisting soccer coaches, providing support and first aid to team players.
Kelty Brema – Secretary
Kelty is passionate about the power of sport and its ability to inspire, challenge, and promote overall well-being. She hopes to encourage young females to be active and contribute to Oakville’s sports community. Kelty grew up in Oakville and still calls it home today. She’s an avid marathon runner, cyclist, swimmer, racquet sports player, skater, skier, and dancer – and she’ll always say yes to trying a new sport.
Chris Sklad – Director
Chris joins Sport Oakville with a passion for competition, teamwork and most importantly having fun. Bringing forward the notion of “winning and/or learning” with him into the business world acquired from playing various competitive sports growing up including baseball, hockey and lacrosse. A resident of Oakville, Chris has also volunteered his time with CAMH, MLSE Foundation along with the Oakville Rangers Hockey Club coaching staff.