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Greg Henhawk


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Greg Henhawk is a Mohawk of the Bear Clan from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory in Ontario. Henhawk is a retired 32 year secondary school teacher of Science, Physical Education and Alternative Education.

In basketball Henhawk has coached over twenty Senior Varsity Zone and District Championship teams. He has coached provincial club and elite development teams earning medals including 12 gold. His Six Nations U15 team placed fourth at the 2000 International Children’s Games. He also worked as an assistant women’s varsity coach at Ryerson and Waterloo universities.

He has been an assistant and head coach with Basketball Ontario and Canada Basketball elite development programs and teams including being an Apprentice Coach of the Women’s National U19 team at the FIBA Americas world qualifier 2009 and FIBA World championships 2010.

Henhawk has coached over 200 badminton individual and team championships at the Senior Varsity level at the zone, district, regional and provincial level.

His field hockey teams in 20 years have won 15 District Championships including a span of 11 years in a row and during that time sporting a 113-0 record in District competition.

Henhawk has been on the Project Advisory Group between 1998 and 2003 for the Development of the National Coaching program called “The Aboriginal Coaching Modules (ACM)”. He continues in the ACM program as a Master Learning Facilitator and Learning Facilitator developer. He has delivered over 150 ACM courses in Canada and the United States.

He is a past winner of the 2018 Coaching Association of Canada – IG Wealth Management: National NCCP Coach Developer Award. Henhawk is a Founding Board member and present Board of Director for the Coaching Association of Ontario and a member of Canada Basketball’s Unified 2024 Advisory Council with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

Henhawk had consulting projects for Holistic Sport Development and Wellness with Recreation North; PHE Canada, Participation, the Respect Group of Canada, Maple Leaf Sport and Entertainment including the Launchpad charity fund and with all 13 Provincial Territorial Indigenous Sport Bodies in Canada. Projects have included: Indigenous Coaching Development for the Mi’kmaq Sport Council of Nova Scotia; The Coaching Association of Canada’s: Indigenous Coach Education and Development Advisory Group; and, the Indigenous Master Coach Developers’ Advisory Group.

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