Demonising Justin Gatlin
13th September 2015
The Institute of National Anti-Doping Agencies (iNADO) takes great pleasure in announcing that Jorge Leyva has been appointed as its new Chief Executive Officer. Leyva is currently the Acting General Manager at iNADO and will take up his new role on December 1, replacing outgoing CEO, Graeme Steel. With almost four years’ experience working at iNADO, Leyva is a well-known and respected figure within the anti-doping community.
New iNADO CEO, Jorge Leyva, said: “I am delighted to take up this new post in December and look forward to continuing the outstanding work of iNADO in both the short and long-term. I am excited by the prospect of introducing a new strategic plan in 2020 which will support our Mission Statement of “Clean Sport Together.”
iNADO Chair, Michael Ask, said: “Jorge has demonstrated a rare ability to form strong relationships with our members and other key stakeholders. His easy manner and ability to speak four languages has been a hugely valuable asset and we are looking forward to supporting Jorge as he uses his unique blend of attributes to continue taking iNADO forwards.”
Mexican native Leyva has a Master of Sciences in Sports Management from the German Sports University in Cologne, has been a competitive swimmer and is currently in training for his first marathon. He lives in Cologne and is married with one son.
• This media release was published via email by the Institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations (iNADO) on 6 September 2019.
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