Join us (the Office for Women in Sport and Recreation) to celebrate International Women's Day 2019.
The Change Our Game Ambassador program is focused on connecting influential women with the broader sport and active recreation industry, in order to inspire and advocate gender equality. ‘You can’t be what you can’t see’, and enlisting high profile ambassadors is one way of maximising the reach of the program’s messaging through official appearances and social media activity.
Our Ambassadors provide expertise to the community sport and recreation sector, providing inspiration and advice on policy, increasing female leadership and participation, and breaking down barriers to gender equality, both on and off the playing arena.
Chelsea Roffey is the first and only woman to have officiated in an Australian Football League Grand Final.
Emma is a a World Champion Triathlete, Sport Australia Hall of Fame and World Triathlon Hall of Fame member.
Katie Brennan is the captain of Western Bulldogs Football Club AFLW team and business owner of KB.Performance.
Kitty Chiller is the chief executive of Gymnastics Australia and was the Chef de Mission at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Lauren is the captain of the Victorian Roller Derby League All Stars, which won the World Championship title in 2017. She is a passionate advocate for inclusion and diversity in sport and recreation.
Mel Jones is a former Australian cricketer, and since retiring from cricket has been a commentator in international and domestic cricket matches.
Monique has a successful road and track career, she has ridden across Canada, chased the Tour de France solo, and raced as the only female in the team that won Race Across America (RAAM) in 2007 setting a new course record.
Sarah is the creator of NETFIT NETBALL, and has played netball at the elite level for 12 years.
Sharni is a former Australian netball player. A decorated player on the Australian team, having won two gold medals at the Netball World Cup and a Commonwealth Games gold medal.
Stella is General Manager, Community and Government Relations at Melbourne Victory, Director of VicHealth, Blue Light Victoria & Melbourne Victory FC Academy and a former director of Women’s Health East.
Tal is an Olympian, former Matilda, lawyer and now, a co-founder and Director of Sixfold Consulting Group.
Belinda Clark is a World Cup Champion Cricketer, cricket administrator, coach and a trailblazer - championing equal rights for female players.
Shantelle is a freestyle wrestler on the Australian wrestling team, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu athlete and World Champion. Her vision is to empower women and girls, challenge stereotypes and become a leader within her community.