New Chief Operating Officer For US Olympic Sailing

Greg Fisher has been taken on as Chief Operating Officer of the Olympic Sailing body. This hiring was done by the national governing body for sailing in the country, US Sailing. Fisher is known to be a world renowned expert in sailing as well as a World Champion and a former collegiate All American. He has also finished his eighth season at College of Charleston, where he held the position of Director of Sailing.

Fisher has been working with Malcolm Page, the Chief of Olympic Sailing as well as the leadership team of US Sailing; they are working to assemble as well as leverage external and internal resources so that Team USA is prepared to excel in international competitions at the highest levels such as the Olympic Games. Fisher would be leading operational, administrative and business planning responsibilities as well as help to develop the Center of Excellence set up by US Sailing. They would also associate him with the Olympic Development Program and college sailing initiatives. He would also be required to stay involved in communication, marketing and fundraising activities.

Fisher would focus on building programs that would push sailors to high performance levels as well as to build a strong culture among the community. He would work on aligning the different areas of the organization that include education as well as youth initiatives; he would focus on delivering the strategies of US Sailing in order to build a more connected and cohesive environment.

Page states that he is excited that Greg is involved in molding future of Olympic Sailing. Greg comes with a great reputation and has been a leader for promoting sailing at college levels, having helped his college gain several accolades. His skills to build teams will assist in developing a winning system for the US sailing community.

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