My vision and mission statement
We live in a rapidly changing world where sharp shifts in society and unforeseeable challenges are shaping the way that governments, organizations and individuals behave. To keep pace with this change and for sports federations to remain relevant, one must be willing to adapt and adopt, or risk being left behind.
For FIS to thrive and prosper into the future, it needs to be run based on modern and state-of-the-art governance, while continuing to embrace the advantages of a democratic, membership-driven institution.
Drawing on my career as a former athlete and combined with my experience as a corporate executive and President of a leading NSA, I have defined the following four pillars as the bedrock of my Role as a FIS Council member.
- Pillar 1: Foster a highly cohesive and united FIS;
- Pillar 2: Enhance FIS’ governance and structures;
- Pillar 3: Elevate our sport for both athletes and fans;
- Pillar 4: Leverage the untapped commercial potential of FIS events.
These four pillars represent the necessary groundwork to more effectively strengthen our sport, enhance the experience for athletes and fans, and build a stronger institution in the process. One that functions for all, big or small.