Doug Smith

Athlete Ambassador

Sport:

Hockey(Pro)

Position:

Hockey

Team(s):

LA Kings 1981-1986, Buffalo Sabres 1986-1988, Edmonton Oilers 1988, Vancouver Canucks 1989-1990, Pittsburgh Penguins 1990

Years Active:

1981-1990

Current City:

Ottawa, ON

Career Highlights

"Winner - Bobby Smith Award for Academic Achievement OHL
Drafted 2nd overall into the NHL at 18 years old. Youngest player at the time to ever play for the LA Kings. Record book - Miracle on Manchester. Greatest comeback in NHL playoff history"

Post Career Highlights

VICE PRESIDENT – COMMUNICATIONS & OUTREACH | OTTAWA, ON
Doug Smith, author of "The Trauma Code" & "Thriving in Transition", is a thought leader on the impact of workplace induced emotional trauma. An accomplished keynote speaker & communicator, Doug presents a trauma management model he developed (System438) to address trauma and maximize human performance.

Doug provides JPOM Canada clients with both understanding of and messaging on, the impact of workplace culture on mental health and performance. Doug’s clients are able to use this understanding and messaging to the benefit of their employees and the performance of their organization.

An elite athlete at 18, Doug was the 1st Round draft pick of the Los Angeles Kings and played 607 professional games before a broken neck and spinal cord injury ended his career. Doug understands the impacts of workplace culture, the process of trauma recovery and the rebuilding of personal performance because he has been there.

Doug joined JPOM Inc. as Vice President of Communications & Outreach in September 2019.

Current Company

DSE Network Inc.
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