We have people all around the world — each with a unique function, all with the same mission. Meet the Right To Play team.


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Kevin Frey is the CEO of Right To Play International. He oversees the global operations of the organization, while also guiding Right To Play's long term strategic direction.

Kevin joined Right To Play from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management where he served as Managing Director of its flagship MBA program. Kevin has also held roles including Chief Business Development Officer and Director, Business Development and International Programs at the University of Toronto.

In addition to his work at the University, Kevin is Founder and Chairman of Teach Away Inc., one of the world's largest international teaching recruitment firms. Teach Away Inc. has governmental and private sector clients in more than 40 countries and has been recognized in multiple rankings by Profit magazine as one of Canada's fastest growing companies. Kevin is also co-founder of two e-learning companies, Skooli and

Kevin has an undergraduate degree with High Distinction from the University of Toronto, an MBA from the Kellogg Scho​ol of Management and Schulich School of Business, and is in the final stages of completing his Doctorate in Business Administration at IE Business School in Madrid. Kevin played on the University of Toronto's varsity basketball team and is a nationally-certified "Train to Train" basketball coach. He lives in Toronto, Canada with his wife and three children. 

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International Board

Rob MacLellan
Chair, Right To Play International
Board of Directors
Chairman of Northleaf Capital Partners
Board Member since 2009

Rob MacLellan is currently the non-executive Chair of Northleaf Capital Partners, Chair of Yellow Media Limited , and a member of the Board of T Rowe Price. Previously he was Chief Investment Officer of TD Bank Financial Group. Mr. MacLellan holds an M.B.A. from Harvard University and is a Chartered Accountant.


Johann Koss, C.M., 
Founder, Right To Play International
Board Member since inception 

Johann Koss is the founder of Right To Play and a four-time Olympic gold medalist in speed skating. Mr. Koss holds an undergraduate  degree in medical training from the University of Queensland, an executive MBA from the Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Doctor of Laws Honorary Degrees from Brock University and the University of Calgary, and an Honorary Doctorate from the Vrje Universiteit Brussel, in Belgium.


Matt Tedford, Treasurer
Managing Partner, KPMG Deal Advisory Canada
Board Member since 2015

Matt Tedford is the Canadian and Americas Managing Partner for KPMG’s Deal Advisory practice. He is a Chartered Accountant and holds a MBA from the University of Toronto.


Gaby A. Abdelnour
Board Member since 2013

Gaby Abdelnour served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer for JPMorgan, Asia Pacific from 2006-2012. In 2013, he was a Senior Advisor to Bain Capital LLC. Mr. Abdelnour also serves on other advisory boards.

Karen Conway 

Karen F. Conway
Attorney, Retired
Board Member since 2014

Karen Conway has been a member of our UK Board since 2011, leading the UK Big Red Ball and the Global Women's Network. A graduate of Brown University and NYU School of Law, Karen practiced intellectual property and antitrust law in New York and London, most recently at Covington & Burling and Microsoft Corp. She is a member of the Brown Alumni Association Board of Governors.

Paula Sneed 

Paula Sneed
CEO, Phelps Prescott Group

Board Member since 2015

Paula A. Sneed is the CEO of Phelps Prescott Group LLC. For over 29 years, she held marketing, general management and senior executive roles at General Foods and Kraft Foods, including Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President. She is a director of Airgas, Inc., Charles Schwab Corporation, and Teach For America. Paula earned a BA from Simmons College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.


Dr. Jon S. Dellandrea, C.M.,
President and CEO, Sunnybrook Foundation
Board member since 2012

A pioneer in Canadian fundraising, Dr. Jon S. Dellandrea successfully led the University of Toronto's $1-billion campaign, while serving as the school's Vice-President and Chief Development Officer. In 2006, he was appointed to the Order of Canada in recognition for his role in fostering a culture of philanthropy in Canada. In 2010, Dr. Dellandrea was installed as the third Chancellor of Nipissing University.


Clara Hughes, O.C.,
Olympian, Humanitarian, Motivator, Child Advocate, Mental Health Advocate

Board Member since 2012

A six-time Olympic medalist in cycling and speed skating, Clara Hughes is the only athlete in history to win multiple medals in both the Summer and Winter Games. Ms. Hughes is an Officer of the Order of Canada, a Member of the Order of Manitoba, and was given the Sport and the Community award by the International Olympic Committee.


Wilco Jiskoot
Board Member since 2012
Wilco Jiskoot was a member of the Managing Board of ABN AMRO Bank for 12 years, serving as Vice Chairman in his last year. Mr. Jiskoot held various Senior and Vice Presidential positions within the bank. He has since started his own company, providing advice to investment companies.


Mark Jung
Senior Advisor, ABRY Partners

Board Member since 2009

Mark Jung is a Senior Advisor at ABRY Partners, where he provides strategic, operational, and leadership advice to portfolio companies in the enterprise software, SaaS, and internet sectors. Formerly CEO of IGN Entertainment and COO of Fox Interactive Media, Mr. Jung has an MBA from Stanford Business School and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University.


Meridee M. Moore
Senior Managing Member and Chief Investment Officer, Watershed Asset Management LLC

Board Member since 2005

In 2002, Meridee Moore founded Watershed Asset Management LLC, a San Francisco-based investment management company, where she is the Senior Managing Member and Chief Investment Officer.  She spent 10 years as a Managing Member of Farallon Capital Management LLC and has a Degree in Law from Yale Law School.


Anne Kristin Sydnes
Vice Chair, Right To Play Norway
Board Member since 2014

Anne Kristin Sydnes is the CSR Director in the Ownership Department in the Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Fisheries. From 1998, she has worked in development and Corporate Social Responsibility in Statoil ASA, with UNDP and as the International Director in Norwegian Church Aid. From 2000-2001 she served as Minister of International Development Cooperation.


Meera H. Sanyal
President Jaihind College, Mumbai

Board Member since 2013

Meera, the former CEO and Chairperson of RBS India serves as a Board member for: Hilary Clinton’s International Council on Women's Business Leadership; PRADAN, the not for profit empowering women in India; Liberals India for Good Governance and the Supervisory Board of Jaihind College. She is on the National Policy Committee for the AAP Party. Meera completed her MBA at INSEAD, France and the Advanced Management Program from Harvard. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (UK).


Dag Skattum
Vice Chairman, J.P Morgan Chase EMEA
Board Member since 2011 

Dag Skattum recently joined J.P. Morgan as a Vice Chairman with a focus on Global Advisory. Prior roles include: Partner at TPG, London and Acting Co-head of Global Mergers & Acquisitions, JP Morgan. Mr. Skattum holds a Bachelor of Arts from Allegheny College and is on the board of Trustees, and an MBA from the Simon School. He serves on the UAMS Myeloma Institute Advisory Board.


Barbara Keller
Former Chair, Right To Play Switzerland

Board Member since 2016

In 2004, Barbara was introduced to the organization Right To Play and was given the mandate to build the organization in Switzerland, which she did on a volunteer basis. With Barbara Keller as National Director, and then later as Chairman, Right To Play Switzerland has gained more than 30 top Swiss Athlete Ambassadors and 3'000 donors who have helped to raise approximately CHF 30 million to date for children in disadvantaged areas of the world.  ​


Melinda Rogers
Founder, Rogers Ventures & Vice Chair, Rogers Control Trust
Board Member since 2016                                  
Melinda has served as a board member and advisor for a number of companies. She is currently the Chairman of the Jays Care Foundation, and is a director of The Governing Council of the University of Toronto, Next Issue Media, and Rogers Communications. Melinda holds a B.A., University of Western Ontario and an M.B.A., from Joseph L. Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto.


Kate McGilvray
Partner, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP 

Board Member since 2016

Kate has been a partner at Blakes since 2008 practicing corporate commercial law and corporate governance acting for a number of Canada’s pension plans. Kate has been very involved in Blakes pro bono initiatives and acts for many not-for-profits and sits on the board of Ronald McDonald House Charities Toronto. She holds a BA from McGill University and a law degree from Dalhousie University.   ​

Director Emeriti:

  • Geoff Beattie: Chief Executive Officer, Generation Capital

  • Charmaine Crooks, C.M.: Olympian; President/Founder, NGU Consultants

  • Jean Pierre Cuoni: ​Chairman of the Board, EFG International

  • Kate Duhamel: Fountain 3 Films , LLC

  • Silken Laumann: Olympian, Inspirational Speaker, Writer, Child Advocate​

  • Jim Leech, C.M.: Chancellor, Queen's University

  • Carl L. Liederman: Founder & CEO of LIEDERSHIP

  • Robert J. Myers

  • Dr. h.c. Adolf Ogi: Former Swiss Federal Councillor; Former Under-Secretary General and Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General on Sport for Development and Peace

  • Steve Pagliuca: Managing Director, Bain Capital

  • Will Reynolds

  • Johan van der Werf: Former Member Executive Board AEGON N.V.; Chairman Supervisory Boards of ORDINA N.V.; University Hospital Utrecht; Dutch Broadcasting Company NOS and National Social Security Bank SVB

  • Mark Wiseman: President and Chief Executive Officer, CPP Investment

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