Our Team

Carey Calder
CEO

Carey proudly serves as the CEO working to communicate and implement the vision of the ASC through the membership and Board of Directors. Carey manages the organization's resources and operations to achieve the strategic priorities of the Board.

Carey is Anishinaabe from Thunder Bay, Ontario and is member of Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek. She brings to ASC more than 15 years of senior leadership experience in Indigenous not for profit organizations. Having worked at the local, regional, and national levels with Indigenous organizations and communities she is well positioned to advance the priorities and strategic direction of ASC. Carey brings a passion for community development, youth empowerment and a deep commitment to Indigenous self-determination and well-being.

Kelsey Dayler
Program-Event Coordinator

Kelsey is the glue that keeps the ASC together. In her role, she is tasked with organizing and coordinating, with ASC partners, to ensure that important events are rolled out annually. These events include the NAHC and the NAIG.

Kelsey is a graduate from Lakehead University with a Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology Degree. She brings with her valuable professional experience from her roles as Director of Recreation in Hamlet of Tulita (NWT), Research Assistant with the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, Administrative Assistant at Lakehead University Department of Athletics and Youth Leader/Inclusion Facilitator with the Boys and Girls Club of North Simcoe.