Join the Sunshine Coast Business Women’s Network at our ‘Women in Sport’ Breakfast in collaboration with Silicon Coast, on Tuesday 10 October at the Maroochy Surf Club.
The recent dominance of the Matildas on the soccer field got us thinking about the role that we could be playing in spotlighting women who are making gains in their careers and how together we are stronger in building and developing this important industry, and our business opportunities in this arena.
Hear from our inspiring panellists about how we can:
- Highlight and grow the renewed interest in women in sport
- Build a thriving sports community on the Sunshine Coast for all
- Ensure businesses benefit from this growth and the upcoming 2032 Games
- Discuss what we can do as a community to make equality an outcome
This discussion will be led by SCBWN President Min Swan and Craig ‘CJ’ Josic from Silicon Coast, and the panel will include:
- Laura Scherian – Sunshine Coast Lightning and former Diamonds netball player
- Alana Quade (nee Boyd) – Olympian and former Australian pole vaulter, and on the leadership team for Sunshine Coast 2032
- Owen Bowling – Co-Founder and CEO at Coach Welly, an AI powered wellness platform
- Nicolle Kelly - Executive Director at Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport, Queensland Government
In the leadup to the 2032 Games is there no better time to be having this conversation and opening our minds up to the possibilities.
A little more about our panellists:
Laura Scherian is an Australian netball player in the Suncorp Super Netball league, playing for the Sunshine Coast Lightning. The Wing Attack/Centre has a reputation for her pin-pass feeds, as well as her speed and agility through the midcourt. Outside of game day, Scherian is known for her work ethic and high training standards.
Alana Quade (nee Boyd) is a pole vaulter who won gold in the pole vault at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and represented Australia at the Olympics. At the Games she made Australian Olympic history by becoming the first Australian to join both parents as Olympians.
Owen Bowling is the Co-Founder and CEO at Coach Welly, which is a sports technology startup poised to rapidly grow into a technology leader to disrupt the global health and fitness market using a combination of AI, fitness content, biometrics and gamification with cloud-based software to provide a personalised user experience at scale.
Nicolle Kelly is an insightful, outcome-driven and influential senior executive currently leading the development of the Queensland SportsTech industry, aligned to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Don’t miss this opportunity to listen to this empowering conversation and learn how to further engage in the community to help the Sunshine Coast sports community and our businesses blossom with new possibilities.