Ms. Eunice Greenaway is currently in San Salvador, El Salvador attending a Technical Official Education Certification System (TOECS) Level 2 Course, hosted by the IAAF’s Regional Development Centre (RDC), from August 20th – 24th 2017.
Ms. Greenaway’s selection by the SKNAAA, was based on her outstanding performance when the Level 1 Course was conducted in the last quarter of 2007. She ascended to the top of her class in the oral examination and finished top three (3) overall.
Throughout the years, Ms. Greenaway has remained one (1) of the most dedicated Athletics officials; ever present at the development meets, scholastic championships, national championships and any other competition held under the auspices of the SKNAAA.
Highlights of her tenure as an athletics official include the following:
• 2008 – Chief Judge (Throws) – CARIFTA Games St. Kitts
- 2008 – 2014 – President, St. Kitts-Nevis Technical Official Association
- 2011 – Chief Judge – CAC Age Group Championships –Road Town, Tortola, British
- 2014 – Technical Officials Director – Appointed by the SKNAAA
- 2014 – 2017 – Chief Track Judge – Gulf Insurance Primary School Track Meet – Nevis
- 2015 – Chief Judge (Throws) – CARIFTA Games St. Kitts
- 2017 – Multi Events Official & Sector Judge – Javelin / Shot Put – CARIFTA Games
- 2017 – Technical Delegate – SKNAAA National Championships
Greenaway’s sporting volunteerism is not limited to Athletics as she makes contributions to the St. Kitts-Nevis Football Association (SKNFA):
- Former National Under 15 Academic Teacher
- Former National Under 15 Assistant Manager
• 2015 – Present – Secretary, RAMS Village Superstars Football Club
Greenaway has a Management of Education Degree in Secondary Education and currently teaches at the Basseterre High School in St. Kitts.
Mr. James ‘Mologo’ Kelly shall also be in attendance to receive an evaluation as one (1) of the few IAAF Area Technical Official (ATO) from the confederation and the only one from St. Kitts-Nevis. He was also the facilitator for Greenaway and other officials who were trained in 2007.
The SKNAAA looks forward to a positive outcome for all attendees.