HOLLY RALPH ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE CANADIAN MOTORCYCLE ASSOCIATION

It only took 74 years, but the CMA is proud to announce the election of the first woman to hold the position of President.  She has been a member of the Board of Directors since 2009, rising to the post of Vice President.

A resident of Ontario, she has ably represented that Zone, raising the profile of our association through her oversight of the Day of Remembrance project and frequent appearances to make presentations of awards on behalf of the CMA. She has also made her CMA mark on the world stage, as our representative to various FIM events in Europe, and to FIM North America events in the United States.

Holly has recently relocated to British Columbia where she will be a welcome addition to our CMA family there.

You can read Holly’s full profile at https://www.motorcyclingcanada.ca/holly-ralph-cma-president/

Joseph Godsall, who has served as CMA President from 2001 through 2019 will serve as Vice President.

HOLLY RALPH ELUE PRESIDENTE DE L’ASSOCIATION MOTOCYCLISTE CANADIENNE

Ce n’est qu’àprès 74 ans que la CMA est heureuse d’annoncer l’élection de la première femme élue pour la position de présidente. Elle était membre du Conseil des directeurs depuis 2009, occupant le poste de Vice-présidente.

Résidente de l’Ontario, elle représentait cette région en soulevant le profil de notre association à travers son projet du « Jour du Souvenir » et de fréquentes apparitions pour présentations de prix au nom de la CMA. Elle a aussi fait sa marque CMA au niveau mondial , en étant notre représentante lors de diverses épreuves FIM en Europe, et épreuves Nord-Américaines FIM aux Etats-Unis.

Holly s’est récemment relocalisée en Colombie Britannique où elle y sera une addition très bienvenue dans la famille CMA de cette province.

Vous pouvez lire son profil ci-joint https://www.motorcyclingcanada.ca/holly-ralph-cma-president/.

Joseph Godsall, qui a servi comme Président de la CMA de 2001 à 2019 occupera le poste de Vice-Président.


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