Natasha Doucas President

Natasha has been Squash BC President since February of 2018, stepping in to fill the position when the previous President stepped down to take the position of Executive Director in the Squash BC Office.

Before this, Natasha had been Director of Marketing and Communications for 2 ½ years.

Natasha’s love of the game started at an early age, competing nationally as a junior. She played on the Quebec Provincial team just before taking a break from Squash to complete her studies in Education at francophone Universities.

When Natasha returned to squash in 2001, she quickly became very passionate about the game of Doubles and soon competed in Montreal and Toronto. She brought this passion with her when she relocated to Vancouver in 2006 and has been heavily involved in the community since. Natasha served as the Doubles Committee Chair (2012-2016) and is a member of the Jesters Club. She is also an advocate for the growth of female participation in sport and currently sits on the Women and Girls in Squash Committee.

Professionally, Natasha has used her business and education degrees to drive solutions in file analysis, process management, and litigation in the areas of Government, Healthcare and Legal sectors.

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Rachel Au Director at Large

Rachel Au started playing squash as a junior and is currently playing both singles and doubles out of the Evergreen Squash Club. Rachel is currently completing her law degree at the University of British Columbia and working as an intern at a law firm.

She became a member of the Squash BC Board of Directors in 2018 and volunteered as a member of the 2017-2019 Squash BC Awards committee.

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Leonard Bruno Director at Large

Leonard Bruno is a CPA who has owned and operated a public practice for 24 years and has 20+ years’ experience as Director, Treasurer and/or President of not-for-profit boards such as the Italian Cultural Centre and 2 Senior Care Homes. 

Leonard has been playing squash for many years playing out of both Bonsor and Cameron Recreation Centres. He is interested in the position of Director, Finance and with his experience will be a good fit for this position.

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Faheem Gwadry Director at Large

Faheem was a junior ranked tennis player and subsequently a member of the men’s varsity tennis team at University of Wisconsin.  He was introduced to squash 10 years ago, and plays as a member of Jericho Tennis Club.  Faheem’s wife, Nancy, is active with recreational squash at Jericho Tennis Club, and often volunteers at junior squash tournaments. Both their children are very active with junior squash and compete provincially, nationally, and internationally. Faheem has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University), and is currently CFO of Cymax Group (Channel Gate Technologies Inc.).

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Rory Johnston Director at Large

Rory Johnston completed his Bachelor of Commerce at UBC in 2011 and ever since has been helping small companies with their marketing and design. In 2019 he launched a mobile coffee cart called Scavenger Coffee and you can find him at farmer’s markets, events and roaming the streets of Vancouver. Rory has been a Director of the Vancouver Squash League Board, and is currently serving his 2nd two-year term on the Squash BC Board. He currently plays squash out of the Vancouver Racquets Club.

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Bruce Matthews Director at Large

Bruce has been a member of the Squash BC Board of Directors since 2017.  With over 25 years of playing squash, he is currently a member of the Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton Club and active Masters player and participates in city leagues, local and provincial tournaments, and national championships.

He currently works as a Director in business development for Telus. He has an MBA and also has completed the Not-For-Profit/Rotman Program at the Institute of Corporate Directors.

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Cindy Longley Director at Large

Cindy has been actively engaged in supporting junior squash in BC, serving on the Squash BC Junior Committee since 2011 and chairing that Committee for several years. She is excited to join the Board in 2020 and play a broader role in building squash here in BC.

Cindy started playing squash at university in the UK, and still enjoys playing recreationally as a member of Jericho Tennis Club. She also enjoys skiing, hiking and has recently starting playing the bass guitar!

Professionally, Cindy operates a consulting business working with local technology companies on intellectual property strategy and patent portfolio management.

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