BUILDING STRONGER REGIONS THROUGH SPORT & RECREATION

Date Published: 04-11-16

Focus on the Coast

RDA Central Coast & Community Compass

Building Stronger Regions through Sport & Recreation

 

This event will:

Explore the role of our Not for Profit sporting clubs and associations in building stronger communities on the Central Coast

Consider how we can strengthen our Sporting Clubs & Associations through building governance and leadership capacity

 

If you’re a board or management committee membergovernment official or industry leader in the Sport & Recreation Industry Sector then register now to discover more.

 

Keynote Speaker: Bruce Bolden 

Basketball Legend, NBL Champion & MVP, Founder of MyHoops

Bruce Bolden is an Australian Basketball Legend who delivers a thought provoking presentation, sharing his own journey as a professional player that went on to become a legend in elite sport. After 17 years in the NBL, including 3 years with the Sydney Kings, Bruce founded MyHoops, a Youth Program that engages a new generation into sport.

This is an unmissable presentation highlighting the role our sporting clubs and associations play in building communities and providing positive social engagement for our youth. Bruce shares his story to demonstrate the little things we can do, as leaders in our sector, that can forever change the lives of people we may never meet and whose stories we may never hear.    

Other Speakers Include:

John Mouland: CEO, Regional Development Australia

Jordan Purcell-Ashburner: Executive Officer, Community Compass

Gabby Bowles: Business Development Manager, Central Coast Mariners

Brett Sherar: Open Space and Recreation Manager, Central Coast Council

TUESDAY 29 NOVEMBER 2016

5.30 - 7.30PM

RDA CENTRAL COAST BOARDROOM

BUSINESS INCUBATOR BUILDING - UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE OURIMBAH 

Limited Places RSVP to: info@communitycompass.org.au

 

"Just as our sporting heroes are leaders and role models to our communities, so too our sporting organisations need to be strong leaders in their governance practices and their use of community assets and resources”

Dimitrios Gongolidis – Chairman, Community Compass Inc