New National Volunteer Teams Appointments

At Scouts Canada, our mission is clear: to help develop well-rounded youth, better prepared for success in the world. We do this by enabling thousands of young Canadians to engage in safe, youth-led, adventurous programs in hundreds of communities across this great country. As volunteers and staff supporting these programs, our aim is to ensure Scouting remains vibrant and continues to expand its reach: providing more youth with an opportunity to learn and to experience things at Scouts that they cannot experience elsewhere.

To achieve our mission, we are expanding our resources by building national teams of volunteers to work side-by-side with our staff to ensure that we deliver the best possible program for our members. You can view the latest volunteer roles appointed below, and don’t forget to check out the Volunteer Opportunities page, where there are still great volunteer roles open.

National Technology and Innovation Team (NTIT)

  • Deputy National Commissioner (Tri-Shores Council) — Technology and Innovation: Mike Cholubko
  • System and Business Analysis (Central Escarpment Council): Bob Collison
  • Current and Emerging Technologies (Tri-Shores Council): Brandon Scott
  • Technology Roadmap (White Pine Council): Carlos Silva
  • User Experience Champion (Shining Waters Council): John Cosgrave
  • User Experience Champion (Voyageur Council): Kevin Wigle

National Marketing and Communications Team (NMCT)

  • Social Media (Fraser Valley Council): Lee Rego
  • Internal Communications (Central Escarpment Council): Brian Peebles
  • Local Marketing (Pacific Coast Council): Ella Misfeldt

National Volunteer Services Team (NVST)

  • Learning and Development (Cascadia Council): Ross Benton
  • Leadership Development (Chinook Council): Adam Smith
  • Volunteer and Staff Engagement (Voyageur Council): Bruce Hauser
  • Public Appointment Process (Chinook Council): Shane Hudson
  • Growth (White Pine Council): Debby Corneal
  • Recognition (Chinook Council): Linda King