Molloy Appointed as IPC Chief Membership & Impact Officer

International Paralympic Committee News
03/03/2022 10:19

The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has appointed Canadian Kristina Molloy as its first chief membership and impact officer.


The role consists of Molloy reporting to IPC chief executive Mike Peters, leading the IPC Membership and Engagement Programme activities and managing Government and institutional relations.


The former Canadian rowing coach will also head the IPC’s advocacy and legacy efforts to show the transformations Para sport has on society.


Molloy, who will assume the position at the start of April, has previously worked within the Canadian Government and the Paralympic Movement where she promoted accessibility and disability inclusion.


The Canadian worked as the policy director to The Honourable Carla Qualtrough, a two-time Paralympian and Canada’s Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion


See the full IPC media release HERE