Jill Saunier | VP of Athlete Engagement

Jillian Saulnier was born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The Ivy league graduate of Cornell University was also the first female ice hockey player from Nova Scotia in history to represent Canada at the IIHF Women’s World Championships. She is a collegiate All American, 2x World Champion, 2018 Olympic Silver Medallist and most recently a 2022 Winter Olympic Gold Medallist. A social activist, Jill also holds the CEO position of her Canadian Registered National Charity, The Jill Saulnier Foundation, and continues to be involved in the hockey world both from a charitable angle and also as a Professional Athlete.
2022 Olympic Gold Medallist
2021 IIHF Women’s World Champion
2018 Olympic Silver Medallist
CWHL Clarkson Cup Champion (Professional Women’s LEague)
2014 Ivy League Player of the year

2014 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award: Top Three Recipient for Top NCAA Player (2014)

2014 All-American Team Selection

2014 Ivy league Player of the Year

2010 U18 World Champion

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