Board of Directors
Craig Hogben, CK
Craig graduated from McMaster University in 1999. He has worked in a variety of settings including: clinical rehabilitation, independent consultation, motor vehicle accident, disability management, ergonomics, and education. Craig has been deemed an expert witness with respect to Kinesiology services. Previous to the CKA, Craig was on the board of directors for the Ontario Kinesiology Association.
Matias Golob, CK
Matt is the director of operations for Body Advantage, a not-for-profit organization established to leverages the skill-set of Kinesiology to uphold the health status and facilitate the integration of newcomers to Canada. Currently completing a PhD in Human Kinetics, Matt’s research is focused on health promotion programming for new immigrants.
Andrew Montgomerie, Kinesiologist
Andrew graduated from Dalhousie University in 1998 with a B.Sc.Kin degree. After working for several years in a clinical rehabilitation setting, Andrew joined WorkSafeBC in 2004 as a Quality Assurance Supervisor. He is still at WorkSafeBC and now holds an Acting Director position in Health Care Services. Andrew lives with his wife and four young children in Vancouver.
Vice President - External Affairs
Steven Fischer, PhD, CK
I believe we perform at our best when our functional capacity is generously able to meet both our occupational and life demands. Working as a professor and scientist in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies at Queen’s University I help to equip emerging Kinesiologists with innovative and cutting edge tools and resources to help them positively impact on health and performance. Trained with these skills I believe Kinesiologists are perfectly positioned to help you build the capacity to live a happy and healthy life, capable of meeting all of life’s demands!
Vice President - Education
Jessica Morrow, B.H.K (Hons Movement Science), CK, B.Ed, O.C.T
graduated from the University of Windsor in 2009 - BHK and the University of Ottawa in 2010 - BEd. She started working in the Long-Term Care setting with the geriatric population where she had the opportunity to start a rehab program from the ground up in a new facility. Her passion is to teach and help others – this lead her to travelling to England to teach PHE and Science. She has now landed back in Ontario working in an out-patient rehab clinic.
Stéphan Marc Ouimette
Stéphan is currently director of the kinesiology Clinic at the Université du Québec en Outaouais. After graduating from the Human kinetics program at the University of Ottawa in 2003, his passion for health and chronic disease brings him to complete the Certified Exercise Physiologist program from CSEP. Member of the Fédération des kinésiologues du Québec he is currently president of the Outaouais kinesiology Association since 2009.
Kelly Joya, Kinesiologist
Kelly graduated from the University of Calgary with a BSc in Kinesiology and has been working in the field of fitness and rehabilitation for the past 12 years. Kelly currently works as a Quality Assurance Supervisor with WorkSafeBC and teaches fitness classes in Vancouver and Richmond.
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