Women’s Health Loddon Mallee AGM 2022: Leadership for Change
November 17, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm| FREE
Join us for Women’s Health Loddon Mallee’s 2022 Annual General Meeting, Thursday 17th November, 2022 via Zoom. We hope you can join us.
This year we are fortunate to be joined by three leaders in sports – Meghan Mayman, Rosie King and Alana Wearne.
We’ll also be reflecting on the year, celebrating some of our achievements, and providing a brief overview of the organisation’s financial position, and taking a moment to reflect on a big year.
We’d love to see you there.
About Rosie King:
Rosie has recently returned to the Geelong Cats in an advisory capacity after being the CEO of Netball Victoria and The Melbourne Vixens for 6 years. Prior to taking on the role in netball she was part of the Executive team at the Cats for 6 years. During her time at the Club, Rosie held the position of Acting CEO; the first female to be elevated to this level in AFL’s history. She was awarded the prestigious Graeme Samuel Scholarship by the AFL Commission which enabled her to undertake further leadership development at Harvard University in Boston.
Rosie was awarded an OAM in the 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours and she was also an inductee to the Victorian Honour Roll for Women in the same year. Rosie was also honoured to be named an “Distinguished Alumni” by Federation University in 2020 where she obtained Masters’ in Business Management.
Rosie was delighted to be announced as the 2018 Victorian Sports Administrator of the year. She has successfully lobbied for greater investment into women’s sporting infrastructure including a $64.6m upgrade to the State Home of Netball and has most recently been successful in obtaining funding for two statues of sportswomen to be erected in Melbourne.
A Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Rosie has been a member of numerous Boards and Advisory Groups in Education, the Not-for-Profit sector and in Sport including Paralympics Australia.
About Meghan Mayman
Meghan is the General Manager of Regional Sport Victoria (RSV), commencing in March 2022. With over 15 years industry experience and a Master’s Degree in Sport Management, Meghan lives and breathes sport.
Meghan is well experienced in the sport management field, with previous appointments as the Head of Clubs & Community Engagement at Football Victoria, General Manager at Vicsport and a semester as a Sessional Academic at Deakin University (Tutoring in Sports Governance and Sport in Society). Over the years Meghan has held a number of voluntary positions from committee member to coach to age group convenor. Meghan served as the first female President of Baseball Victoria steering the organisation during a challenging period of COVID disruption.
About Alana Wearne:
Alana is the President of the Mount Alexander Women’s Sports Club. She is Central Victorian born and bred, and has played and coached women’s football in this region as well as at Darebin Falcons. She is a PE teacher by trade and works in LGBTQI+ education and inclusion.
6pm – 7:30pm, Thursday 17th November 2022
This meeting will be held via Zoom. Details to be distributed upon registration.
Registration is essential.
Register here: https://events.humanitix.com/whlm-agm-2022-leadership-for-change
Women’s Health Loddon Mallee acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live, work and play. We celebrate and respect the unique cultural and spiritual relationship that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples share with the lands, sky and waters and the ongoing contribution their cultures make to the life of the region.
As we pay our respects to Elders past, present and future, we pledge our commitment towards reconciliation and justice. We recognise the strength and resilience of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and are dedicated to a future in which they feel connected, empowered and safe within the communities of the Loddon Mallee region.