Table Tennis Canada is delighted to welcome Amelia Ho and Betty Zareba as the newest additions to its Board of Directors. Their extensive experience, passion for the sport, and commitment to advancing table tennis in Canada make them valuable assets to the organization.
Amelia Ho, residing in Richmond, brings an impressive 23-year tenure as the President of BC Table Tennis. Her expertise in the administrative field and her long-standing dedication to table tennis in British Columbia will undoubtedly contribute to the strategic decision-making process within Table Tennis Canada. As a female director, Amelia recognizes the honor of sharing her insights and perspectives on administrative matters, ensuring a diverse and inclusive approach to decision-making. She is particularly keen on promoting Canadian players to achieve higher results at international events and advocating for the inclusion of younger age group events, fostering the growth and development of the sport at all levels.
Betty Zareba, hailing from Oakville, Ontario, is a Director on the OTTA Board of Directors and holds the position of High Performance Coordinator for Ontario. Betty’s passion for table tennis was reignited during a trip to witness the World Table Tennis Championships in Rotterdam. Since then, she has actively participated in the sport, competing in city leagues, provincial tournaments, and even the Veterans World Championships. Betty’s extensive playing experience, coupled with her involvement in the implementation of a High Performance program in Ontario, positions her well to contribute to the development of table tennis in Canada. As a Board Member, Betty aims to provide valuable insights from the perspective of a player and observer, understanding the challenges and opportunities faced by young athletes. Her goal is to collaborate with the table tennis community to achieve the desired growth and potential for the sport in Canada.
The addition of Amelia Ho and Betty Zareba to the Board of Directors signifies Table Tennis Canada’s commitment to diversity, inclusivity, and the advancement of the sport. Their unique backgrounds, expertise, and passion for table tennis will undoubtedly contribute to the organization’s strategic decision-making process and drive the sport’s growth in Canada. With their valuable contributions, Table Tennis Canada is poised to achieve new heights and provide a promising future for table tennis enthusiasts across the country.