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Jane Moffat

Cricket Australia (AUS)
Australia

National Female Participation Lead at Cricket Australia responsible for the $6million plus investment into the Growing Cricket for Girls strategy 2016-2020. That investment continues today and through The Next Innings strategy takes a broader approach to women and girls’ involvement in cricket. Focusing on not only playing but coaching, volunteering, umpiring and driving cultural change.

Always curious about people’s experiences I focus on understanding and enriching the customer experience through collaboration, human led design and a desire to “make it better” for women and girls in sport.

Working with Prof. Phil Morgan and his team at University of Newcastle, NSW on the Daughters and Dads Cricket program has proved the enormous benefits in collaborative partnerships to drive change in community sport. Bringing together experts in different fields has delivered life changing outcomes that continue to have impact in local communities.

Previous roles include:

Workforce Development Manager – Gymnastics Victoria

Coaching and Pathway Manager – Yachting Victoria

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Sessions

  • Active Lives
    Active Lives
    Dad’s Supporting Their Daughter's Engagement With Cricket
    Learn about the role fathers have played in motivating and increasing the enjoyment of cricket for girls in Australia.

    In partnership with the NSW Office of Sport, Cricket Australia and Cricket NSW, the University of Newcastle developed a world-first, Daughter & Dad programme to target fathers as agents for change to improve their daughter's physical activity levels and skills and wellbeing. This talk will dive into the impact this programme has on girls' cricket participation.

    Session Title: More than cricket - a holistic approach to engaging girls in cricket

    Virtual session
    Active Lives

    In partnership with the NSW Office of Sport, Cricket Australia and Cricket NSW, the University of Newcastle developed a world-first, Daughter & Dad programme to target fathers as agents for change to improve their daughter's physical activity levels and skills and wellbeing. This talk will dive into the impact this programme has on girls' cricket participation.

    Session Title: More than cricket - a holistic approach to engaging girls in cricket

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing
    visibility & voice

    In partnership with the NSW Office of Sport, Cricket Australia and Cricket NSW, the University of Newcastle developed a world-first, Daughter & Dad programme to target fathers as agents for change to improve their daughter's physical activity levels and skills and wellbeing. This talk will dive into the impact this programme has on girls' cricket participation.

    Session Title: More than cricket - a holistic approach to engaging girls in cricket

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing

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