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Nicole Terrill

Bruce Pulman Park (NZL)
New Zealand

With a passion for sport, I have worked and volunteered my time in the not-for-profit sector, specialising in sports administration throughout my career. I love the work I do within sport, working alongside our community and wider region to support the delivery of sport and recreation.

I have worked for a number of sports groups from club, regional through to professional sports organisations but community is where I enjoy working the most, where the difference can be made.

In my current position at Bruce Pulman Park, one of my key projects is the Women, Diversity & Inclusion Forum at Bruce Pulman Park, this has been a great opportunity to pull together the diverse group of sports administrators that work/volunteer at or around the Park. The key focus for the forum is to build partnerships through effective networking and affecting change through connecting and collaborating.

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Sessions

  • Visibility and Voice
    Visibility and Voice
    The Power of a Park to Bring Community Together
    Find out about South Auckland’s world-class sport and recreation venue Bruce Pulman Park (BPP)

    This talk will outline the role of BPP and its many functions including its Wāhine in Sport forum, its Board, players and coaches. Lastly, the role it plays in building a sense of community and connection among women and girls.

    Session Title: Bruce Pulman Park: Connecting Our Wāhine in Sport

    Virtual session
    Visibility and Voice

    This talk will outline the role of BPP and its many functions including its Wāhine in Sport forum, its Board, players and coaches. Lastly, the role it plays in building a sense of community and connection among women and girls.

    Session Title: Bruce Pulman Park: Connecting Our Wāhine in Sport

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Systems, Resources and Investment
    visibility & voice

    This talk will outline the role of BPP and its many functions including its Wāhine in Sport forum, its Board, players and coaches. Lastly, the role it plays in building a sense of community and connection among women and girls.

    Session Title: Bruce Pulman Park: Connecting Our Wāhine in Sport

    Format: Lightning Talk
    Lenses:
    • Systems, Resources and Investment

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