Elaine Dagg-Jackson, Ch.P.C.
Elaine Dagg-Jackson is a Chartered Professional Coach and has been leading the Canadian Women's Curling Team since 2003.
An early coaching success in 1991 led her
to make a career switch from a career in advertising and public relations to full time coaching, becoming one of the worlds' first professional curling coaches.
Since that time, she
has compiled a long list of accomplishments at home and abroad.
She has been National Coach for Japan, including the 1998 Nagano Olympic and Paralympic Games, and National Coach for Korea.
has been running summer curling camps for adults and juniors for almost 30 years, and she
has been coaching on the world stage for over 20 years.
Vancouver 2010 was her
4th Olympic and Paralympic Games.
In the community Ms. Dagg-Jackson is the Chair of a committee that is building support for a new Regional Curling Facility and the Vice-Chair of the Victoria Curling Legacy Foundation which administrates profits from recent world and national curling events.
Married to Glen Jackson, with two adult children, Ms. Dagg-Jackson
resides in Saanich and has been in this community since 1986.