Listen to this week’s episode of the Sports Philanthropy Podcast as David Goldstein, Chief Operating Officer of U. Sports (Canadian version of the NCAA) talks with our host Roy Kessel about the differences in the Canadian regulations which allow athletes more flexibility to be involved with philanthropic endeavors.
Here are some of the key points from David’s comments:.
- 00:35 David’s background
- 02:50 U.Sports role in college sports
- 04:00 Role of the COO at U. Sports
- 07:20 Most popular college sports in Canada
- 11:35 Canadian perspective on amateurism concept
- 13:00 Comparisons to the role of the NCAA
- 15:30 Conversation with Oliver Luck
- 18:00 Membership composition
- 23:30 Community involvement for athletes
- 26:15 Effect of philanthropic efforts on athletes’ energy and commitment
- 31:30 U. Sports role in community relations
- 38:00 David as commissioner of which sport?
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear David at the Sports Philanthropy World Congress