Staff Bios

Katrina Maximchuk - Executive Director (on maternity leave)

Katrina joined the Paralympic Sports Association as Executive Director in August of 2020. She has dedicated her career to ensuring individuals who experience disability have opportunities to engage in sport, physical activity and leisure. Katrina has been involved with PSA in some capacity for a number years. First, as a family member of a participant, then as a Board member. She is thrilled for this journey to have come full circle and to take on a leadership role in the organization. For Katrina, being active is important for more than just physical health - it’s also about the people you meet and the friendships you make while pursuing your favorite sport or activity.  She looks forward to continuing to find unique and inclusive ways for getting more people, in more places, active more often!


Ramiah Moldenhauer - Interim Executive Director 

Ramiah is nearing the end of her Master of Science in Kinesiology degree with the University of Alberta, and she is excited to take on this new opportunity. She has spent the last 6 years volunteering and working with children and adults of all abilities. She is likely a familiar face to many since she has had a variety of different roles with PSA in recent years. In her free time, she enjoys being active which includes going to Bungee workouts at Movati, F45, or fun activities around the city. 

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Tara Chisholm - Provincial Program Director & Program Coordinator (Medicine Hat) 

Tara is the program coordinator for Medicine Hat Adaptive Sport and Recreation along with the Provincial Program Director of the Paralympic Sports Association. She completed her Master of Arts degree in Adapted Physical Activity from the University of Alberta. She also is trained as an AFLCA leader in Older Adult Fitness. Tara has worked and volunteered extensively in the world of adaptive physical activity focusing in on the sports of sledge hockey, boccia, adaptive cycling, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair curling and adaptive fitness. Her most notable roles include Head Coach of the Canadian National Women’s Para Hockey Team.

Her true passion is to help to provide choice for individuals of all ability levels to be active in their own way. When not working, Tara can be found hanging out with her nieces and nephews. She also enjoys going on walks with her fiancé, Derek, and their dog, Doug.


Taylor Gusse - Program Coordinator (Edmonton)

Originally starting in the Sledges in Schools Coordinator role, Taylor is now our Program Coordinator. She has a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Food Science, and has always had a passion for helping people. PSA has been a great way for her to get more active and connected in the community! She loves staying active and healthy. After work, you can often find her outside walking her 2 dogs, spending time with her friends, or starting a new craft project!

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