Disability Sports Australia (DSA) is pleased to announce that seven new Board members have been elected to join DSA’s Board following the recent AGM held on 13th December 2022.
John is a seasoned wealth management professional with over 32 years of financial services leadership, including wholesale and retail advisory and managed discretionary (MDA) practice. Prior to that, from 2007 until 2011, he was Head of Financial Planning for Centric Wealth Group. Prior to that, he served as CEO of Halliday Financial Group, a boutique he advises and he MDA fund management business, from 2005 until it was sold. In 2007 he joined Centric Wealth. He was the tax partner of Ernst & Young CPA, where he led businesses in Australia serving the wealth management industry and many top corporate executives. John is a Qualified Financial Planner, Fellow of the Financial Planning Institute of Australia, Practicing Member of the Independent Financial Advisor profession, Registered Tax Agent, Designated Chartered Tax Professional and Member of the Tax Association. Also a member.
Dr. Phil Hamdorf
Phil is an exercise physiologist and holds a PhD specializing in cardio training for older women. Phil is Executive Director of the Office for Recreation and Sport (South Australian Government), Chief Executive Officer of the Australian College of Physical Education Ltd. and Executive Director – Sport Development and Executive Director – Sport and Recreation. I am a seasoned sports administrator. , both within the New South Wales Government Department of Sports. Phil currently serves the sports, recreation and physical activity sectors through his own consultancy firm. Phil is a Life Member, Exercise and Sport Science He is a Fellow and Past President of Australia, Fellow and Past President of Sports Medicine Australia (SA He Chapter), Churchill is also a Fellow of His. Phil has extensive experience as a director of the World Police and Fire Games Corporation, Australasian Masters Games, Trans-Tasman Netball League Corporation, 2015 Asian Cup, 2022 UCI World Road Cycling Championships, Outdoors NSW & ACT, Muirfield Golf Club. increase. Chairman of Skate Australia.
Dr. Catriona Rose
With over 20 years of sporting experience at the competitive and community level, Catriona has a wealth of knowledge about the Australian sporting sector. After completing her PhD in Sport and Exercise Science (2019), Catriona worked at the University of Sydney as her SPRINTER Fellow, producing evidence to support guidelines for local, state and federal sports and physical activity initiatives. Did. All levels of sports and health organizations in Australia. Catriona rowed at Queensland’s elite level from 2006 until 2012, continuing to race as an athlete in the Masters and playing in the Community AFL. Experienced in sport as an athlete, coach, administrator, researcher and advocate, Catriona uses her unique combination of this experience and formal training to develop evidence-based strategic goals for all members of the Australian sporting community. has achieved Catriona holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Sports Science from the University of Queensland, a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Sydney and is an Academic Advisor to the Allies of Women in Rowing (QLD). , serves as research advisor. She is from the Invictus Australia group.
Kerri is a highly skilled strategic and corporate affairs advisor. She has been on the team managing her CBA’s defense to the Royal Commission of Banking and has led events such as financial results, AGMs and parliamentary hearings. Kerri works for federal and state ministers to deal with issues of national importance and sensitivity, the IMF and she advises at major events such as the G20 meetings, and holds bilateral meetings with world leaders. attended the Before that, she was a journalist covering the latest issues, elections and APEC. Kelly took a keen interest in sports and reached the national level. She is delighted to be Director of Disability Sports Australia and now she is also Director of Boccia Australia. Kerri is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Diploma in Commerce, Bachelor of Arts and Master of Business Administration.
Dr. Natalie Mann MPH, MLS, BEcon
Nathalie Mann is an impact strategist and public health expert with over 18 years of experience in a variety of industries. She has a deep understanding of the healthcare systems of Australia, Thailand, Vietnam and France. Natalie brings her extensive experience in business operations and development with her experience in the areas of policy, strategy and innovation. She Natalie is on an industry-wide board with a particular interest in disability and pediatrics.
Gary Goodman is a highly successful Queensland businessman who is actively involved in promoting and growing the sport in all aspects. Throughout his Gary career, he has been actively involved in the promotion and growth of the sport in all its aspects, including the current Director of Sports Gold Coast (Founding Director) and Board Member of the Gold Coast His Sports Hall of Fame, with a philanthropic approach. I got it More than 25 years before him, Garry started a small business with one employee providing his one service. Today, Garry’s company, Eximm, employs approximately 300 people in Queensland and New South Wales and offers multiple facility services to the market, including sports and disability services. Despite being a sharp businessman, Garry has a personal passion for sports, which can be seen in his multiple volunteer roles within the community and his years of sport.
Dr. Renae Domaschenz PLY
Renae is a Tokyo 2020 Paralympian and rowing world champion high performance coach. A strong role model for women in sport – she was awarded a place in the 2022 AIS Women Athlete Accelerate Program and the 2020 AIS Women in Sport Leadership Talent Program (funded by her Office for Women in the Australian Government). Currently providing leadership and expert advice to KPMG’s policy, economic and public impact teams, Renae is an experienced medical and life science leader. He has led and delivered complex interdisciplinary and multi-institutional projects.
Two current board members have stepped down from AGM in 2022. Ilona Myers and Elizabeth Rushbrook. DSA would like to thank both Ilona and Elizabeth for joining the DSA Board of Directors.