S.A.R.P. Staff & Committees
Chief Administrative Officer – Guylaine Green
Guylaine is from Rosthern and joined S.A.R.P. in December 2019 as the Executive Administrative Assistant. Prior to S.A.R.P., she was the Games Office Manager for the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games. She owned hair salons in both Alberta and Saskatchewan and worked as a cosmetologist for nearly 25 years. She began working in the field of sport, culture and recreation in 2008 and has loved it ever since.
Government/Community Relations Consultant – Keith Comstock
Keith is from Regina and joined S.A.R.P. on a contract basis as the Government/Community Relations Consultant in July of 2021. Keith retired from Saskatchewan’s public service in May of 2019 after a 40 year career in a wide variety of positions – most recently as Assistant Deputy Minister of Government Relations. He is an Honorary Life Member of SARP and has served the association in a variety of roles since he joined in 1978.
Program Manager – Megan Jones
Megan is from Dilke and has been active in S.A.R.P. since working on the Strategic Plan in 2018-2019. Her recreation roots started
early by taking a Youth Recreation Programmer certification in 1992 and after obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in Recreation and Leisure
Studies from the University of Alberta, she began working in recreation planning in 2003. She has since obtained a master’s degree
in Urban and Regional Planning and works full-time as a Community/Urban/Recreation Planner, teaches as a sessional instructor at
the University of Regina, and still finds time to lead fitness classes.
The Finance Committee receives its authority from the Board of Directors to assist the Board with financial matters.
The Nominations Committee receives its authority from the Board of Directors to adjudicate membership and awards within S.A.R.P. and to propose the names of candidates suitable for election to the Board of Directors.
Advocacy & Research Committee
The Advocacy & Research Committee receives its authority from the Board of Directors to effectively build advocacy knowledge translation using evidence-based research to support the work they do.
Pathway to Professional Status Committee