Luc Mullinder - VP Saskatchewan

Luc Mullinder VP SaskatchewanLuc Mullinder took over the helm of the Red Cross in Saskatchewan in November 2020. Prior to being appointed vice president, he led the province’s Philanthropy Team for seven years and served as a Red Cross Ambassador while he was a defensive lineman with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Born in Auckland, New Zealand and raised in Mississauga, Ontario, Mullinder attended Michigan State University on a football scholarship and graduated with a degree in Family and Community Services. He was drafted by the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2004, where he played eight of his nine Canadian Football League seasons, winning a Grey Cup in 2007.

Under Mullinder’s leadership, the Red Cross has had great success in attracting support for its work from various sectors in Saskatchewan, including from corporations, foundations and individual contributors. His philanthropy team has accomplished several successful events and campaigns – including the annual Red Gala and Power of Humanity events – raising funds for disaster response, violence prevention and other Red Cross programs in Saskatchewan.

Mullinder originally connected with the Red Cross as an Ambassador while he was with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, speaking with youth across the province about bullying prevention and leading support opportunities for various youth-focused workshops and training symposiums.

In addition to his work with the Red Cross, Mullinder has also maintained his connection to football as a colour commentator and radio sports analyst.