Board of Governors

Meet Our Board of Governors


Andrew McLeod, Chair

Andrew McLeod of Hanwell, NB brings with him nearly 30 years of association management experience. He is the current Chief Executive Officer for the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick. Previously, he Chaired the 2011 NB Canada Games Selection Committee for curling, was the first fulltime Executive Director of Golf New Brunswick in 1990 and represented our province at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in 1977.

Athletics department events co-ordinator Martine LeBlanc, has been picked to work the 2013 World University Games in Russia for Canada

Martine LeBlanc, Vice-Chair

Martine LeBlanc of Moncton, NB brings with her 14 years of experience in sport with the Université de Moncton, and is also the current Chair of the Cross-Country/Track and Field for Atlantic University Sport. As the Athletics & Recreation Manager, Martine sits on the USports Equity Committee and the Atlantic University Sport Scheduling & Sport Committee. Since 2009, Martine has also been involved with Team Canada at both Summer Universiade Games held in Serbia and Russia, and the 2010 IAAF World Junior Track and Field Championships. Previously, as an athlete, Martine was a member of the UdeM Women’s Hockey Team and also represented TeamNB for Tennis at the 1997 Canada Games.

Michel Boissonnault

Michel Boissonnault

Michel Boissonnault of Shippagan is a retired sergeant with the RCMP and is an active member in his community. Michel also serves on a number of regional and provincial hockey organizations including the Lamèque/Shippagan Minor Hockey Association, Northshore Minor Hockey Association and the New Brunswick Hockey Officials Association. He also served as a Host Committee member for the 2016 Induction Gala in Shippagan.


John Dallaire

John Dallaire of Moncton, NB, has had a 34 years career in Human Resources. He has taught Hockey School for 4 years, and has coached several hockey, baseball and soccer teams in his community for 15 years. John is the founder and currently runs a Mental Health charity organization in Moncton, for which he was recently awarded the Governor General’s Meritorious Service Decoration. In addition to his involvement in his community, John is an passionate Marathon runner and tri-athlete.


Hugues Chiasson

Hugues Chiasson of Saint-Jacques is the current Communications Coordinator with the Université de Moncton, Edmundston Campus. Hugues has served for a number of years on our Selection Committee and has a wealth of knowledge in sport in our province.


Grant Sinclair

Grant Sinclair of Fredericton, NB is a Consultant with the Sport and Recreation Branch for the Government of NB. Since joining in 1999, Grant has provided leadership for the province’s Canada Games program and in the development of Aboriginal sport and recreation. He is a graduate of the UNB and the University of Ottawa. In addition to our Board of Governors, he is also Co-chair of the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Committee on Sport and Recreation Infrastructure.


Clem Tremblay

Clem Tremblay of Dalhousie, NB brings with him over 50 years in sports, 34 years as a Property Assessor for the Province, 30 years in municipal politics and for 12 years acted as Mayor for the Town of Dalhousie. In addition to being on the Board of Governors for NBSHF, Clem is also a Hall of Famer who was inducted in 1998, and is an active volunteer who inspires children across our province through the Sports Ambassadors program.


Jane Arseneau

Jane Arseneau of Saint John, NB has accomplished a career in curling spanning over 45 + years as a player, coach, and official and she has served in various capacities both locally, provincially and nationally. Jane is an Honoured Member of the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame and the Saint John Sports Hall of Fame. In 2012 she received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal. In addition, Jane has been working for over 30 years with her husband at their landscaping company in Saint John and has been an active volunteer in the community for over 45 years.


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