S.A.R.P. Board of Directors
Chantelle Erdman - Chair
Chantelle is from Regina and has been working in the Recreation field for 37 years, with her last 25+ years as a Recreation Therapist. She served on the S.A.R.P. Board of Directors from 2002 to 2009 and was Chair from 2007-2008. She appreciated being able to assist S.A.R.P in all capacities and is anxious to do it again. For the last 25+ years, Chantelle has enjoyed a side gig of Direct Sales, with the last 6 years offering Epicure’s Good Food choices. She appreciates spending time with her family; traveling, golfing, exploring nature and advocating for the versatile needs of individuals who would benefit from community Recreation Therapy. Chantelle is looking forward to supporting the association and the future work of the Board of Directors.
Lara Schroeder - Vice Chair
Lara has her master’s degree in Sport Management, Recreation and Leisure Studies. She is from Saskatoon and was elected to the S.A.R.P Board of Directors in 2019. She has worked in the recreation industry for over 6 years, including provincial sport management with Golf Saskatchewan, Sask Volleyball and Saskatchewan Soccer. She is currently the owner of ‘Spark Solutions’, a consulting firm dedicated to supporting organizations achieve their goals. In her spare time, Lara enjoys visiting museums, travelling and doing a host of recreational activities with friends.
Tara is from Assiniboia and was elected to the S.A.R.P Board of Directors in 2018. She has over 25 years experience in the recreation sector. Tara is currently a Recreation Coordinator, focusing on therapeutic recreation. When she’s not at work, you will find Tara golfing, playing board games or watching movies.
Rebecca currently resides in Saskatoon and is an active member of the Saskatoon community. She has been working in the recreation field for almost 10 years with her experience varying from fitness, to sport recreation, to aquatics. As a recent graduate of the University of Saskatchewan in Kinesiology, Rebecca uses her skills to promote healthy living and teaching how physical fitness is a component of our overall health and well-being. With her aquatics background, she promotes water safety and water education for multiple non-for-profit organizations in and around Saskatoon.
Brennen is from Moose Jaw and works as a Community Consultant for the South West District for Culture, Recreation and Sport. He completed a Kinesiology degree and has been in the recreation sector for 10 years. Brennen worked in Recreational Therapy and was a Director of Parks and Recreation. He has also worked with both the YMCA and Special Olympics. In his spare time he enjoys getting outside and going for a run in the park.