Iris
Murray

She/Her
Sport Development Officer - Indigenous, Northern, Remote Community Consultant

With a focus on reconciliation and the five calls to action specific to sport (#87 to #91) from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action, Iris is Sport Manitoba’s lead for Indigenous sport development. Iris will work closely with the Manitoba Aboriginal Sport and Recreation Council to support the increase of Indigenous sport development across Manitoba. She maintains community sport consulting for local and regional sport partners in Indigenous, northern, remote and isolated communities. Iris continues to work from our Thompson office.

Iris Murray

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How do you nominate someone to the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame?

How are Honoured Members chosen? The people of Manitoba are the only ones with the power to choose Honoured Members. The people inducted into the Hall of Fame are individuals whose names have been submitted by nomination to an independent Selection Committee. Anyone, except Hall of Fame staff and board members, can submit a nomination for…

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