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Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria is governed by an entirely voluntary Board of Management, who offer a diverse range of skills and experience to lead the governance and strategic direction of our organisation.
Maurice is the CEO and President of Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria, where he leads a team of five staff and oversees Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria's entirely Voluntary Executive Committee. A keen and long-term advocate for people with vision loss
Jane joined Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria's Executive Committee as Treasurer in 2015. During the past 10 years, she has worked in a variety of different corporate roles as an advisor/consultant at Deloitte Australia.
Gillian is the Vice President of Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria, and has been part of the Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria Executive since 2012. Gillian is an experienced sports administrator in both paid and volunteer capacities.
Kaye is Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria's Financial Manager, having served as a Voluntary Executive Committee member since 2002. She has fulfilled both the Treasurer and Secretary roles for Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria.
Tessa Sullivan is a wife and mother of three. She has a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, a Master of Laws (Juris Doctorate) from Monash University and a Diploma of Legal Practice from the Australian National University.
John Michael Landy, AC,CVO, MBE is an Australian former Olympic track athlete and Patron of Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria. He was the second man to break the four-minute mile barrier in the mile run, and he held the world records for the 1500 metres.
Charlie Pickering is an Australian television presenter and comedian. His commitment to Blind Sports & Recreation Victoria is to increase awareness of the many sporting and recreational activities that are available to people who are blind.