Coach New Brunswick
503 Queen Street, P.O. Box 6000
Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm – firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach NB is a team of dedicated and passionate individuals with first-hand practical experience. The organization is led by a group of skilled and knowledgeable administrators, board members, and is supported by a team of 25 Coach Developers.
We are located on the traditional unceded territory of the Wəlastəkwiyik (Maliseet) Peoples.
Manon Landry Ouellette
E : email@example.com
T : (506) 444-3888 ext 1
Manon has been the Executive Director with Coach NB for the past 16 years. She keeps saying time flies when you are having fun. Her biggest skill set is relationship building and setting people up for success by strategizing and executing. A figure skating coach for 20 years, but currently plays the role of the taxi driver for her daughter’s activities. She was a member of the Coaching Association of Canada Board of Directors for 6 years and currently is a member of the Parasport NB Board of Directors.
Strongly believes in coach development and how coaches play a significant role by inspiring and impacting our communities. When she’s not working, or thinking about innovative outside-the-box ideas, she’s camping with her family.
Manager of Coaching Education
T: (506) 444-3888 ext 2
Gabriel grew up in Aylmer, Quebec. He grew up playing a wide variety of sports but chose rugby as his main sport. He plays and coaches, having done both in Europe and most recently having coached the USport women’s team at Bishop’s University, his alma mater. He completed his MSc in Sport Management from Cardiff Metropolitan University. Prior to beginning his role with CoachNB, Gabriel was working with the Coaching Association of Canada.
Next Gen Project Manager
Partnership with Aboriginal Sport & Recreation New Brunswick, Next Gen Project Manager, Andrea Creer is originally from Dartmouth, NS. Andrea is a recent graduate of the University of New Brunswick, obtaining a Bachelor’s of Recreation and Sports Studies with a Minor in Business.
She has been involved in many sports, predominantly competitive swimming, as an athlete and continues her work as a swim coach in the Fredericton area. She believes that coach education plays an important role in the sports system by helping to create a positive sporting experience for all participants to develop and have fun. Andrea is very excited to share her passion for coaching and help create opportunities she had as an athlete.
This position has been made possible through collaboration with Aboriginal Sport & Recreation New Brunswick.
This position has been made possible through a collaboration with Aboriginal Sport & Recreation New Brunswick.
Women in Coaching Program Manager
Madeline Belding, a native of Sussex, New Brunswick, is entering her sixth year as an assistant coach with the Lancers Women’s Basketball Team.
Before arriving in Windsor, she served as a graduate assistant with the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds women’s basketball team. Madeline spent 2 years on the bench with UBC during which time she completed her Masters of Kinesiology in Coaching Science in 2017.
Madeline also holds a Bachelor in Kinesiology with Honours from Acadia University in 2015. Her honors research focused on barriers to women in coaching and how female coach mentorship can contribute to coaching success. During her time at Acadia, she also worked with members of the women’s basketball team as a mental skills coach.
In addition to her experience as a U SPORTS assistant coach, Madeline has also coached at the provincial level in various capacities. She began coaching with Basketball New Brunswick in 2013, serving two years as a head coach in their development system from 2014 to 2015, before moving on to work with the U17 team in 2016. During the summer of 2017, she joined Team BC and served as an assistant coach with the U15 team. Madeline has also been a technical coach with Ontario Basketball’s Centre for Performance (CP) program, and has served as a guest coach with Team O.
Most recently, Coach Belding was an assistant coach with the BNB U18 girls team that competed at the Niagara 2022 Canada Games. Additionally, she spent her summer as the Head Coach of the Port City Fog (Saint John, NB), a team that participated in the inaugural season of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association, an amateur league aimed at providing women a place to play basketball at a high level once they finish their university careers.
Program Coordinator – intern
Mackenzie is from Burtt’s Corner, New Brunswick. Growing up he had a passion for hockey and became as involved with the sport as he could. He started playing at five, referring at twelve, and coaching at fifteen. This year he plans to continue to play, referee, and coach hockey while completing the internship program at UNB. This allows him to complete his Bachelor of Sport and Recreation Degree with a minor in English while gaining experience with Coach NB.
Growing up and coaching in a small town taught Mackenzie to believe that being a coach is more than planning practices and preparing for games. As a coach, you have the chance to leave a positive impact and create memories with someone that will last for a lifetime. In a small community, you are able to build relationships differently because you will likely know a lot about your players before the season starts. Such as their parents’ names, where they’re from, and what they do for work. A small town team is one big family.