Patti Millar

Dr. Patti Millar is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at the University of Windsor. Her research falls within the nonprofit sport sector and focuses on the process of capacity building in community sport and recreation organizations, workforce development in national sport organizations, sport participation, and community sport organizations as agents in policy implementation.

Patti has consulted for several Community, Provincial, and National Sport Organizations, the Women’s Sports Foundation, and non-profit health service organizations in the areas of organizational capacity building, organizational change, strategic planning, and policy implementation.

Thinking of developing a new program or initiative? A capacity audit can help strategic decision-making about where to invest resources to support success. http://ow.ly/vsBn50DVKxM
@patti_millar @UWindsorKIN @SIRCtweets

Thinking of developing a new program or initiative? A capacity audit can help strategic decision-making about where to invest resources to support success. http://ow.ly/vsBn50DVKxM @patti_millar @UWindsorKIN

Sport and Community #CallforPapers

Our #ResearchTopic, guest-edited by Drs. @Krich052, @patti_millar, Emma Sherry, @KatieSveinson, and @crjenkin, is open for submissions! Find out more and join the discussion below!

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📆 29th of October 2021

Free access: Return to community sport: leaning on evidence in turbulent times

By @AlisonDoherty1 @patti_millar @MisenerKatie in @MSLJournal https://lnkd.in/gMhQSTv

Great news👏 Together with @UWindsor, we have been awarded a Research Grant to better understand female participation in golf across Ontario⛳️ This research will help our Strategic Plan goal of driving participation among women and girls. Read more⬇️ https://twitter.com/SIRCtweets/status/1357344587715473409

Sport Information Resource Centre@SIRCtweets

SIRC's Researcher/Practitioner Match Grant recipients have been announced! Learn more about the 10 projects: https://bit.ly/3aBUFcD

Thanks to @SportCanada_EN & congratulations to all!

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