Milena Parent

Milena Parent is a Full Professor in sport (event) management in the School of Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa. Dr. Parent also lectures in and is a tutor for Olympic Solidarity-funded Executive Masters in Sport Organization Management (MEMOS) program. She received a University of Ottawa Young Researcher Award (2009) and a Government of Ontario Early Researcher Award (2010). She became a North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) Research Fellow in 2009. Dr. Parent is an international expert in sport (event) management and governance. Practically, Dr. Parent has worked at the 2001 Games of La Francophonie and the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games.

Finally, she has consulted for a number of organizations, such as the Aquatic Federation of Canada, the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages and Canadian Heritage/Sport Canada. She currently sits on the Canadian Sport Policy 2012 Policy Implementation and Monitoring Work Group.

Friday Night Pizza Night! Discovered @viewpointewines 2012 Cabernet Franc, a nicely aged red of outstanding value. It’s drinking at its peak right now & paired great w/ our Calabrese & Sausage pizzas, especially with its meaty notes. Definitely worth a try !

Hey sport managers, policymakers, @SIRCtweets @SportCanada_EN : confused about all the good/better governance principles out there? Check out this new systematic review on this from my great team @AThompsonUOTT @ErikLLachance @RussHoye @EuroSportManQ

Êtes-vous un entraîneur? Un athlète? Un officiel? Vous devez avoir votre mot à dire sur les 10 prochaines années de financement du sport canadien. Répondez à ce sondage et contribuez à façonner l’environnement sportif.

Are you a coach? An athlete? An official? You need to have your say on the next 10 years of Canadian sport funding. Take this survey and help shape the sport landscape

Hey sport managers and sport management profs: Interested in how to save the life of a national sport organization using strategy and governance? Check out this teaching case in @CSSM_Journal @Human_Kinetics @SportCanada_EN

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