Queensland Touch Football is pleased to announce the appointment of Greg Denny as Chief Executive Officer commencing immediately.
Greg has been the Interim CEO since the departure of the previous CEO in May 2020. During this time, Greg has led the organisation and the Queensland Touch Football (QTF) team through some challenging times, focusing on assisting affiliates and regions return to play in a COVID-safe environment.
QTF Chairman Gavin Shuker said “Greg is well known and respected within the touch football community and has a comprehensive understanding of the business and is well placed to continue working with our affiliates, regions, volunteers and staff to support the development and growth of touch football here in Queensland. He will also continue to support the Board and work with our stakeholders through our governance transition.
Greg has 20 years’ experience in sport management, having joined QTF as General Manager, Operations in August 2018. Prior to this, Greg was as Executive Officer at Paddle Queensland and held several roles at Rugby Australia.
“I am excited about the opportunity to lead our sport and our dedicated team of staff, as we continue to support our affiliates and regions in these challenging times. Touch is a sport with huge opportunities, and we are capable of achieving some great things if we work collaboratively across the state”, said Denny.
“We look forward to delivering the Festival of Touch in November/December which includes opportunities for all members of the touch community to connect and celebrate the smalls wins off the back of what has been a tough year for everyone”, said Denny.
Greg will commence as Chief Executive Officer immediately, and as part of his role, will continue the momentum and the delivery of the recommendations of governance and operational review.