Below is the listing of Boxing Ontario’s Board Of Directors and committee members. These volunteers and staff do an extraordinary job to keep Boxing Ontario operational and developing throughout the year.
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Technical Project Coordinator
I have been an active member of Boxing Ontario for over 15 years as a boxer, coach and official. Beyond the tremendous impact which the sport of boxing has had on me personally during this time, I have also witnessed the transformative effect of boxing in so many others’ lives.In January of this year, I had the pleasure of taking on the role of Provincial Official for Ontario. We’ve since facilitated 3 tournaments and successfully executed one of Ontario’s largest advancing tournaments in our sport’s history. In less than one year, our team has started working with the clubs, coaches and boxers, to help develop structures and lines of communication aimed at advancing the quality, safety and professionalism of the sport of boxing.
I’m honoured to have the trust of the membership as I embark on the Precedency of Boxing Ontario. I realize this is a huge responsibility and won’t take it for granted. I truly believe we have incredible talent in our province coupled with access to the best resources. I know that we will achieve world-class success with clear, united direction.
As an active Official with Boxing Canada and AIBA Boxing, I’m fortunate to be included in seminars by International Boxing top executives and course facilitators on each International assignment. I’m excited to bring back the knowledge and strategies being provided at the highest level of boxing to our local association, membership and ultimately to the athletes of Boxing Ontario.
I’m looking forward to helping to create structures and transparency, while investing back into the province and sport that has completed my life!
Dear members, I started boxing in 1985, obtained my coaching certificate in 1995 and in 2019 I also became an official. I began taking the coaching role more seriously over the last ten years and even more recently have volunteered a significant amount of time to the organization. I have spent 2 years on the High-Performance Committee and 10 months on the Strategic Planning Committee. I have a formal education in business, project management, computer sciences and I have a masters electrical license.
Having experience in contract law, bylaws and policy, I have been a contributor in reviewing our governance structure for the strategic plan and can say I have seen firsthand where we need to build.
I WILL bring real transparency and accountability putting the members first. We have some of the best coaches and athletes in the country and I would like to help build the structure that supports them in making Boxing Ontario the strongest organization in Canada.
I am currently pursuing my Level 2 Coaching with Boxing Canada through Boxing Ontario. Also related to Boxing I took my knowledge of patient care and created a cut person program for Boxing Ontario coaches and athletes. I did extensive research and had many discussions with coaches and athletes to determine their wants and needs; further to this I reached out to medical professionals to vet the program. I utilized the AIBA Rules and Technical guidelines to determine what was right. Also to show the dedication to growing Boxing Ontario I put $20 from each registrant back to Boxing Ontario to support programs and athletes directly.
I hope the above shows my dedication to any project I take on, my goal is to ensure Boxing Ontario moves forward in a positive, transparent and supportive process. We can all work to build the best Boxing Ontario there can be for us and the future.
Director At Large
Champion boxer (super middleweight) and certified Elite Coach and trainer, Syd “The Jewel” Vanderpool brings more than 13 years of professional boxing to the Board of Directors and Coaches Committee for Boxing Ontario . Syd has extensively trained with some of the world’s finest trainers including the legendary Emanuel Stewart, Goody Petronelli, John Davenport, Alrick Dougherty and Roberta Snider.
Owner and Elite Coach of the SydFIT Health Centre in Kitchener, Syd brings his life experience in the sport of boxing to the training floor and to the development of the coaches that work with the Destiny Boxing Team. Upon accepting his role as Director at Large with Boxing Ontario, he wanted to make a difference for the established and up and coming coaches by working with the Coaches Committee to provide resources, educational advancement and support to all of the coaches working within the Boxing Ontario family.
The main goal of the Coaches Committee is to provide coaching development opportunities outside of the NCCP courses. We also intend to provide resources to our coaches about trends and new coaching strategies.
We look forward to working together to mentor our coaches to provide the best experience for our athletes in and out of the ring. We are working towards giving our coaches all the resources they need to excel and grow through seminars, courses and workshops, and to provide them opportunities to meet their personal goals as coaches within Boxing Ontario. We look forward to opening up conversations with our coaches that will create a stronger Boxing Ontario environment for our trainers, coaches and athletes.
I joined Boxing Ontario in 2008 as a boxer with Liverpool Boxing Club under Preston Roberts. It was from there that I became a coach. Shortly thereafter, I became an official in 2009. I am currently a Level 4 official.
To help our athletes and our boxing community, I have held open sparring and referee training across Ontario with the goal to help our boxers (male and female), to help clubs’ network with each other, and to help train new officials. I also assist clubs with matchmaking for their club competitions.
I want to make a difference and change to better our athletes, coaches, officials, clubs and Boxing Ontario. I want to see us succeed and grow.
Chair of Officials Commission
Central Ontario Director/Provincial Support
Niagara Ontario Director
Eastern Ontario Director
South Western Ontario Director
Northern Ontario Director
Policies and Communications
Director of Administration
Committee Chair / Treasurer
Carmelina Moscato was a member of Team Canada’s historic bronze medal-winning soccer team in London 2012. She has participated in three FIFA Women’s World Cup teams (2003 and 2011 & 2015). She was the head coach of the U15 Canadian National Team that won silver at the 2016 U15 Concacaf Championships as well as an assistant with U20 National team in 2018 and 2020. She was also a Canadian Soccer REX Talent Manager from 2017-2018. Her professional playing career ended in 2016 in Australia where she played for Western Sydney Wanderers in the W-League. She’s also played professionally for clubs in Italy and Sweden. She was appointed as Technical Director for the Kleinburg Nobleton Soccer Club in Ontario, Canada for seven months in 2019, before she began working for Canadian Soccer Business as the Manager of Women’s Professional Football Development. She is currently the Director of Women’s Football and Coach Education for the Bahamas Football Association. She is an award-nominated Soccer Analyst for her work for TSN at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. She also acts as an instructor/facilitator for Concacaf and is a UEFA A License Coach