Faces of the Games: Brandy Green, AVP Medical
Jan 11, 2021

Behind every edition of the Saskatchewan Games is a talented group of dedicated community members who volunteer their skills and expertise towards the planning and staging of Saskatchewan's largest biennial youth multi-sport event. 

And you can be a part of it!

The 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games Host Society is currently recruiting key volunteers to join the Host Organizing Committee. This volunteer opportunity is ideal for those in Regina and surrounding area who want to develop professional skills, grow their network, have fun, and make an important contribution to amateur sport in Saskatchewan. This 50th Anniversary edition of the Saskatchewan Games will take place in Regina from February 20-26, 2022, and will feature competition from upwards of 1,800 participants in 18 sports.

Learn more about the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games here, and reach out to Val Sluth, Chair, to get involved in the planning of this major celebration of sport, culture and community!

Now introducing our team:


What are you most looking forward to in the lead-up to or during the 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games?

  • Getting to see the excitement of the athletes enjoying the Games, knowing that I had a part in making a memory they will never forget!

What's your day job?

  • Physical therapist

What’s your favourite sport (to play or watch)?

  • Hockey

What do you hope to achieve as part of the 2022 SWG Host Committee?

  • Creating an event that engages the community and the province as a whole, something people will want to be a part of and talk about for years to come.

Why did you decide to get involved as a planning volunteer?

  • I thought it would be a fun, new opportunity to meet and work with some excellent people, as well as to get to experience the Games from within!

Why should somebody seek to get involved as a planning volunteer with the 2022 SWG?

  • Medical plays such an important role in keeping all of the athletes healthy and able to participate. Being a part of the Medical committees also allows you to build lifelong relationships amongst fellow medical professionals, allowing for further collaborations throughout your career.

What's your proudest accomplishment?

  • Being elected as President of a National Professional Board. It not only allowed me to learn a variety of new skills, but also gave me the opportunity to speak on behalf of my profession at both National and International levels which was a great honour.

What's a fun fact about you?

  • I love to travel! For the past five years -- prior to COVID, that is -- I literally flew somewhere at least once a month.