Adam Kreek

 

 

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Photo Credit: Erinn J Hale Photography

Photo Credit:
Erinn J Hale Photography

Adam Kreek has spent the past decade studying human performance, achievement, and well-being. He shares his expertise and powerful lessons from high performance sport through Keynote addresses and Workshops in areas of Change Management, Leadership, Team Development, Sales and Health & Wellness.

During his 13 year rowing career, Adam won over 60 medals, 27 in international competitions, with 43 of these being gold medal or first place performances.  Following his Olympic career, Adam was named Athlete Leader of the year at the prestigious Canadian Sports Awards and was elected to the Canadian Olympic Committee to direct sports policy in Canada.

Adam is co-owner of Grease Cycle, a Vancouver Island based organization that collects and processes waste vegetable oil, and produces sustainable Biodiesel. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Island Biodiesel Coop and is a founding member of the BC Biofuels Network. Adam is a representative of the Canadian Wildlife Federation, along with other conservation education initiatives. He serves on the session of the Canadian Olympic Committee, and is an Ambassador for Right to Play. Adam sits on the Board of Directors of Clean Air Champions where he speaks to the benefits of taking care of human and environmental health. He is also a certified Restorative Justice Facilitator in Victoria, BC where he participates in Restorative Justice circles .

Adam holds a degree in Geotechnical Engineering and Hydrology from Stanford University, and resides in Victoria, BC and Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Adam is thrilled to have partnered with the Canadian Wildlife Federation to undertake the upcoming Atlantic Ocean expedition in order to increase awareness and education about marine conservation and the benefits for all ages of engaging in outdoor play and exploration.

All said, Adam’s greatest accomplishment has been the rearing of his new son, born July 2010, with his wife, Rebecca.

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