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Dr. Moriba Baker

Dr. Moriba Baker, is an experienced sports administrator, educator, and former athlete, who brings a wealth of expertise to the Board.

Throughout his career, he has held various leadership roles in sports, focusing on development, policy implementation and evaluation, and crafting and executing strategic sports plans. He has collaborated with numerous national and international organizations, making significant contributions to sports' growth and advancement. Notably, he founded the Tertiary Sport Association of Trinidad and Tobago (TSATT) and served on the FISU America Development Committee. As a Sport Policy consultant, he has provided his insights to organizations like USPORT Canada, the Caribbean University Sport Association, and the Trinidad and Tobago Professional Football League.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Behavioral Science and Law from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the University of London, a Master's in Business Administration (MBA) in Sport Management from Coventry University, and a PhD in Social Policy, specializing in Sport Policy, from the University of the West Indies.

Moriba is currently an Associate Dean at Humber College and has served at other post-secondary institutions in roles such as Dean, Assistant Sports Coordinator, Senior Manager, and Senior Lecturer. Beyond his professional experience, Moriba is also a former soccer player, who represented Trinidad and Tobago at the National youth level and played for the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His enduring passion for the sport is what now drives his commitment to the growth and success of soccer in Ontario and Canada as a whole.