Scott BarrettExecutive Director
Phone: 705-444-5111 ex 206
Scott joined Alpine Ontario in 2013. Scott grew up skiing in the Collingwood area and was a member of the Ontario Ski Team before accepting a Ski Scholarship to The University of Vermont in 2004. During his tenure at UVM, Scott qualified to be a member of the Canadian Alpine Development Ski Team where he spent two seasons before reaching the Senior World Cup Technical team where he raced from 2006 to 2009. Unfortunately, due to injury, he was forced to retire just before the Vancouver Olympics. Prior to joining AOA Scott worked in Toronto for Martin, Merry, and Reid in the Insurance brokerage industry.
Originally from Toronto Scott lives in Collingwood.
AOA Duties: Scott reports to the Board of Directors. Scott has overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission.
Phone: 705-444-5111 ext 128
Robyn joined AOA in 2010 and has over 10 years of sport-specific experience. Prior to joining AOA Robyn lived in Canmore, Alberta where she worked for five years with Cross Country Canada. She also worked in the mountain biking community, both nationally and provincially after graduating from Laurentian University with a Bachelor of Commerce/Sports Administration degree.
Robyn is originally from Newmarket and now lives in Collingwood with her husband, daughter and two dogs. Robyn is a Level 2 CSIA, Level 2 Official.
AOA Duties: Robyn reports to the Executive Director. Robyn manages the new Alpine Ontario Athletic Committee (AOAC) and all related tasks driving from this group. In addition, she manages the officials program; race organizing committee liaison; FIS registration and race entry; CSCF Entry Level course registration.
Ontario Ski Team Head Coach & Program Director
Kip is also the Chair of the AOA Athletic Committee. He previously ran the OST from 2000 to 2007 and has returned to AOA after eight years with the Canadian Alpine Ski Team and two years leading the British Ski Academy. Kip is a Performance Level (PL) certified coach and lives in Sault Ste. Marie with his wife and 2 dogs.
Phone: 705-444-5111 ext 125
AOA Duties: Alex reports to the Executive Director and manages the budget, accounting, human resources and office management.
Race Experience Manager
Phone: (705) 444-5111 ext 110
Duncan joined Alpine Ontario in 2016. He has a Bachelor of Sports Management from Brock University and his Masters in Sport Management & Health Promotion from the University of Jyväskylä in Finland. After his studies, Duncan completed an internship with Rugby Canada.
Duncan is from Ottawa and lives in Collingwood. He played Varsity Rugby and has his Level 1 Rugby and currently coaches with the Collingwood U14 team.
AOA Duties: Duncan reports to the Competition Director and the Executive Director. He coordinates the U16 Development Program, manages all race series points and databases, sponsorship acquisition/retention, and procurement of AOA race collateral.
Phone: (705) 444-5111 ext 132
Kristin joined AOA in 2017 and has eight years of Sport-Specific PSO experience including working as the Communications Manager at AOA from 2005 to 2011 and as the Communications Coordinator at BC Alpine from 1996 to 1998. Kristin also has a marketing and sales background, having worked for Xerox Ltd and Blue Mountain Resort. Kristin has her Bachelor of Commerce from McMaster University. Kristin is from Kingston and now lives in Collingwood with her husband and two teenagers. Kristin is a Level 2 CSIA, Level 1 CSCF.
AOA Duties: Kristin reports to the Executive Director. She manages all communications projects including e-newsletters, website content & photography, social media, the Annual Report and any public relations matters. Kristin also administrates the AOA Awards Program.
Partnerships & Events Manager
Phone: (705) 444-5111 ext 121
Bill joined AOA in 2018 after volunteering for much of the 2017-18 winter as the Co-Chair of the 2018 U16 National Championships. Bill lives in Collingwood with his wife and two children.
AOA Duties: Bill reports to the Executive Director. He oversees AOA partnerships and special events including the Fall Coaches Conference and the Ontario Ski Racing Awards.
T.E.S. HynesSouthern Ontario Division Program Director
Phone: (705) 444-5111 x 133
TES joined the Alpine Ontario staff in 2016 as the SOD Women’s Head Coach. TES has managed athletes onto the podium at the National and International level and has worked with multiple top 3 ranked FIS athletes who then moved on to Provincial and ultimately National Team placements. TES’ coaching style or philosophy is rooted in “Decision Training”. Cultivating intrinsic ski racers who are motivated, independent and as part of the process, ultimately, they develop transferable life skills that create better ski racers and people.
TES lives in the Beaver Valley with his wife and two children. He is a Level 3 CSCF, Level 2 CSIA.
AOA Duties: TES reports to both the AOA Executive Director and the SOD Committee. He is charged with servicing the SOD membership at large from the grassroots level to the SOD Ski Team. TES will assume a presence on the hill attending events and races across SOD and provide leadership to athletes and families as required.
SOD Program Manager
Phone: (705) 444-5111 ext 133
Suki has been in the ski industry since 1989 when she joined SOD/Alpine Ontario South (AOS)/AOA until 2003. She then joined the team at Devil’s Glen Country Club as the Program Coordinator for 11 years before joining the team at Osler Bluff Ski Club as the Race Events Coordinator. Prior to her ‘ski’ career Suki was with the Ontario Cycling Association and on a part time basis worked as the head coach at Mont St. Louis Moonstone and Horseshoe Valley working with the Nancy Greene team. Suki is a Level 3 CSIA, Level 1 CSCF & Level 3 Official.
Suki is from Stouffville and now lives in Collingwood.
SOD Duties: Suki reports to the SOD Program Director and is responsible for all administrative support to the SOD program including the SOD race calendar, SOD program guidelines and SOD Ski Team Administration.