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Speakers

Mel Johnston

Auckland University of Technology
New Zealand

Dr Mel Johnston is a Lecturer in Sport Leadership and Management at Auckland University of Technology (AUT). She is an enthusiastic advocate for advancing opportunities for women and girls in sport. Mel is involved in a variety of projects working alongside industry, such as women's major sport events, national sport organisations, and community sport.

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Sessions

  • Leadership
    Leadership
    A Snapshot of NZ’s Community Sports Clubs
    Explore the latest findings from The National Sport Club Survey (NSCS), which presents an annual snapshot of the management and operation of

    Representatives of over 1000 sport clubs, across 80 sports, participate in the survey. One of the key metrics is the number of sport clubs, particularly those in traditionally male-dominated sports, that have a female chair of their board.

    Session Title: Women in Community Sport Club Leadership

    Virtual session
    Leadership

    Representatives of over 1000 sport clubs, across 80 sports, participate in the survey. One of the key metrics is the number of sport clubs, particularly those in traditionally male-dominated sports, that have a female chair of their board.

    Session Title: Women in Community Sport Club Leadership

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

    Representatives of over 1000 sport clubs, across 80 sports, participate in the survey. One of the key metrics is the number of sport clubs, particularly those in traditionally male-dominated sports, that have a female chair of their board.

    Session Title: Women in Community Sport Club Leadership

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Health and Wellbeing

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