New ACHPER NSW board

April 2023

ACHPER NSW is pleased to announce our new board, appointed following our AGM last month.

The board combines a wealth of physical education experience. The board will lead ACHPER NSW in our purpose to support educators to deliver innovative and effective health and physical education programs.

  • Brad McAllister – President
  • Kristy O’Mahony – Vice President
  • Kyle Sutton 
  • Alex Lupton
  • Dom Sidarios
  • Kim Harper
  • Dr Kelly Ann Parry
  • Julie Percival
  • Cindy Waldock.

Read profiles on all our board members

Thank you to our outgoing board members

ACHPER NSW sincerely thanks our outgoing board members for their dedication, time and commitment to quality health and physical education.  We will miss them all – but look forward to working together in the future.

Luke Adams
Luke joined ACHPER NSW in 2018 and has been an active board member from day one. Luke presented at many ACHPER NSW workshops and conferences, his expertise and insights always greatly valued. He is passionate to make a difference for fellow PDHPE educators through quality professional learning. We thank Luke for his professionalism and commitment to the PDHPE.

Veronica Brogden (stepped down in 2022)
Veronica was nominated to the ACHPER NSW board in 2020.  Veronica is a strong advocate for PDHPE and brings great passion and work ethic to all she does. She has delivered engaging presentations at conferences and quality resources for ACHPER NSW. Thank you Veronica for your great enthusiasm and can-do attitude.

Angus Glynne
Angus joined ACHPER NSW Board in 2021 on the professional learning sub-committee.  Angus has been a high-quality presenter at ACHPER conferences and workshops, willing to share his knowledge and great passion for PDHPE. Thanks to Angus for the energy and enthusiasm he brought to ACHPER NSW and the PDHPE community.

Damian Hurley
Damian joined ACHPER NSW Board in 2021 and was part of the Stakeholder Engagement community. Damian brought new perspectives to our board, having previously worked in the UK. He worked on several ACHPER NSW projects, including Reimagining PE. Thank you to Damian for your collaboration and enthusiasm for PDHPE and sport.

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