May 12, 2005 — The Canadian Cycling Association is happy to announce that Brett Stewart has accepted the position of Director of Domestic Program Development, effective immediately. In his new role, Stewart will oversee several programs, including the national calendar, officials, coach certification and participation development. He will work closely with managers and coordinators in each sector.
“I am looking forward to my new role within the association, and the challenge to make a significant contribution to the growth of domestic programs,” said Stewart after accepting the position.
CCA Chief operating officer Steve Lacelle added: “I’m delighted to welcome Brett in his new role as Director of Domestic Program Development. Brett’s extensive experience and knowledge of the sport of cycling will be of great benefit to us as we build our domestic calendar, our pool of officials and strengthen ties with our provincial associations.”
Stewart has worked for the CCA since 1991, initially as a support staff member with the national team, then in 1998 joining the national office staff as competition coordinator. He was also acting Director General from May 2004 to February 2005.