Sue Boreskie

Since 2005 Sue Boreskie has held the position of Chief Executive Officer with the Manitoba Cardiac Institute (Reh-Fit) Inc., a leading Canadian medical fitness centre dedicated to enhancing community health. The Reh-Fit Cardiac Rehabilitation program, the first of its kind in Canada, has been saving and enhancing the lives of those with heart disease for 40 years. Sue’s administrative and governance involvement in sport are extensive. She is currently VicePresident of the Commonwealth Games Association of Canada. In the past, she held several Pan American Games roles including serving on the committee responsible for bringing the Games to Winnipeg. In 1979, Sue was a member of Team Manitoba at the Canada Winter Games. She also worked for many years as an organizer of the Olympic Academy of Canada on behalf of the Canadian Olympic Association, now the Canadian Olympic Committee. She has received national and provincial awards for her volunteer and professional work in sport, fitness, and health, including the University of Manitoba Outreach Award and the YM-YWCA Women of the Year Award. Sue has held senior positions at the University of Manitoba, the Wellness Institute at Seven Oaks Hospital, and the Rose and Max Rady Jewish Community Centre. Sue graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Physical Education and as Master of Physical Education, specializing in exercise physiology