We are pleased to announce the following international sports federations on sports integrity panel lineup for this year’s International Sports Convention taking place March 22-23.
The panel will include:
Greg McKenna – Head of Biathlon Integrity Unit.
Greg is a senior leader and investigations professional with over 26 years’ experience leading large teams in highly complex national and international operations. More recently, he was appointed Head of the newly formed Biathlon Integrity Unit, and in the first 12 months he has built a fully functioning and operationally independent Sports Integrity Unit.
Using his significant experience in intelligent gathering and investigations, Greg is building an intelligence network and associated information management capabilities, all of which are now supporting the Units approach to anti-doping.
Kevin Carpenter – Head of Integrity at International Table Tennis Federation.
Kevin has worked in protecting the integrity of sport for over a decade, achieving an international reputation in the field having worked across a diverse range of sports around the world.
He has advised on issues ranging from competition manipulation and anti-doping to discrimination and all manner of ethics issues for prominent international, continental and national organisations including the International Olympic Committee (IOC), FIFA, the Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC), the Council of Europe and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
Niels Lindholm – Compliance and Risk Officer for World Athletics.
Niels started his role as Compliance and Risk Officer of World Athletics in February 2018 and he has designed and implemented the first ever compliance and risk programmes for World Athletics. He serves all stakeholder groups across all levels of the community, from individual athletes to the board.
He also acts as an independent member of the International Paralympic Committee’s Governing Board’s Audit, Risk, and Finance sub-Committee, the Badminton World Federation’s Vetting Panel, and the French Athletics Federation’s Elections Oversight Panel. He has been a Member of the International Partnership Against Corruption in Sport (Task Force 2 and 4) since 2019.
Jennie Price – Chair of The International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA).
Jennie was appointed as Chair of the Tennis Integrity Supervisory Board (TISB) in 2019. The TISB guided the creation – and now supervises subsequent operations – of the International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA). Previously, Jennie was CEO of Sport England from 2007 to 2018.
In addition to the TISB, she chairs the Board of Trustees of the Scouts, sits on the Board of the Canal and River Trust, and was recently appointed as a Forestry Commissioner.