Queensland Touch Football is proud to announce the successful recipients of the Women Leaders in Touch program thanks to the support of the Australian Sports Commission’s ‘Women Leaders in Sport’ grant.
This program will provide women in touch football the opportunity to develop their leadership skills and enhance their ability to guide and lead our touch communities through the support and mentorship of the program and facilitator Sue Cormack.
Sue is a well-known leadership consultant with an impressive 30+ years’ experience in sport and recreation. For more than 10 years, Sue has been conducting leadership training for Sport Australia, working with female leaders across state and national sporting organisations and will bring a wealth of knowledge and assistance to our female leaders.
Congratulations to the 14 successful candidates selected from across the state based on their demonstrated leadership positions in the touch football community. The following women will commence this six-week program in May.
Tamara Miller – Highfields Hurricanes Touch Football
Alita DeBrincat – Whitsunday Touch Association
Bree-Ann Lo Grande – Gordonvale Outlaws Touch Football Association
Tammy Banks – Toowoomba Touch Association
Therese Gordon – Hounds Graceville Touch Association
Lily Quinlivan (Singh) – UQ Rebels Touch Football
Megan Kruger – Chinchilla Touch Association
Melissa Lonergan – Hounds Graceville Touch Association
Rebecca Buzacott – Ipswich Touch Association
Jodie May – South West Queensland Region
Jodie Clarke – Brothers Touch Association
Rachael Harpur – Queensland Touch Football
Rachael Stacey – Queensland Touch Football
Katie Geiger – Queensland Touch Football
Click here for more information regarding the program.
“The Australian Sports Commission manages the Women Leaders in Sport program through the support of the Office for Women”.